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Published:Tuesday | May 8, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Clare Groves, a 17-year-old television producer, won the Miss Jamaica Global 2012 crown on Saturday night in a glitzy affair at the Montego Bay Convention Centre. Flanking the winner are Latoya Bulgin (left), first runner-up, and Maricet Levy, second runner-up. - photo by Mark Titus
Saying thanks! - LIME's senior executives hosted an appreciation luncheon for their favourite past teachers at the company's corporate office on Monday, May 7. (From left) Marlene Street-Forrest, GM - Jamaica Stock Exchange, with Grace Silvera; Radley Reid, former principal - Campion College with Chris Dehring and Hyacinth Bennett, founder of the Hydel Group of Schools, with Garry Sinclair. The event was hosted in celebration of National Teachers' Day 2012. - Contributed
Shenade Ganase, of Trinidad and Tobago, strikes a pose after her dance performance at the National Council for Indian Culture in Jamaica's Indian Arrival Day and Roti Festival on Sunday, May 6, at Chedwin Park, St Catherine. - photo by Paul Williams
Tresan Hutchinson, of the Port Antonio Primary School, gets a warm hug from minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing and member of parliament for Central St Mary, Hon Dr Morais Guy, at the National Child Month church service on Sunday at the St James Anglican Church in Annotto Bay. In the background is chairperson of the National Child Month Committee, Dr Pauline Mullings.
Gail Lyn-Shue proudly shows off her tattoo 'But will my honoured friend return' written in Chinese at Classic Protection and Security's wine and cheese charity event at Stella Maris on Sunday. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
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celebrated their arrival in Jamaica and what a cultural fest it was! Over in the west, a new Miss Jamaica Global queen was crowned and Child Month activities continue islandwide.


CAPTION: Saying thanks! - LIME's senior executives hosted an appreciation luncheon for their favourite past teachers at the company's corporate office on Monday, May 7. (From left) Marlene Street-Forrest, GM - Jamaica Stock Exchange, with Grace Silvera; Radley Reid, former principal - Campion College with Chris Dehring and Hyacinth Bennett, founder of the Hydel Group of Schools, with Garry Sinclair. The event was hosted in celebration of National Teachers' Day 2012. - Contributed