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On The Scene

Published:Saturday | May 5, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Junior Tourism Minister Damion Crawford (left), and Rockhouse hotel director and Negril Chamber of Commerce president, Damian Salmon, share a light moment at the Market To Table dinner held at the Negril hotel last week.
Angrie Brown (left), a St Elizabeth student-teacher at the Catholic College of Mandeville, listens as Kerrene Grant-Morgan, business development officer at First Global Bank, explains the bank's new student-loan facility, which allows students to acquire an unsecured loan of up to a maximum of $1 million towards their education. - Contributed
Junior councillors from the St James Parish Council held a 'Walk for Progress' on April 28 to solicit donations for the St James Infirmary. Here (from left), Junior Deputy Mayor Trichell O'Connor, Junior Mayor Shenniel James, Tahir Thompson, and Sashana James take time out from their activities for a photo. - Contributed
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(1) Angrie Brown (left), a St Elizabeth student-teacher at the Catholic College of Mandeville, listens as Kerrene Grant-Morgan, business development officer at First Global Bank, explains the bank's new student-loan facility, which allows students to acquire an unsecured loan of up to a maximum of $1 million towards their education. - Contributed

(2) Junior councillors from the St James Parish Council held a 'Walk for Progress' on April 28 to solicit donations for the St James Infirmary. Here (from left), Junior Deputy Mayor Trichell O'Connor, Junior Mayor Shenniel James, Tahir Thompson, and Sashana James take time out from their activities for a photo. - Contributed

(3) Junior Tourism Minister Damion Crawford (left), and Rockhouse hotel director and Negril Chamber of Commerce president, Damian Salmon, share a light moment at the Market To Table dinner held at the Negril hotel last week.- Contributed