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Published:Thursday | May 10, 2012 | 12:00 AM
May Lawrence Evans (right) of Supreme Ventures Foundation hands over the Lotto Classic Crystal Trophy (Governor's Cup) to Franz Jobson, CEO of Caymans Track Limited, at Tuesday's launch of Lotto Classic Day on Saturday, May 19 at Caymanas Park. The launch took place at the Knutsford Court Hotel Monday night. - Colin Hamilton/Photographer
Dr Christopher Tufton (left), executive director of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI); Reginald Budhan (second left); Dr Marshall Hall (second right), chairman, CaPRI; and Dr Damien King, former executive of CaPRI, in discussion on the scrap-metal trade. The CaPRI hosted a public forum - 'Ten Steps to a Scrap Metal Solution' - at Carter Hall, Holy Cross Church, Half-Way Tree road, on Tuesday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Minister of Health Dr Fenton Ferguson welcomed Cuban doctors to Jamaica at a ceremony held at the Ministry of Health, King Street, on Tuesday. Here Dr Ferguson (left) and Cuban Ambassador Yuri Gala Lopez are engaged in conversation. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Teachers-turned-students, in uniforms to boot, having an exciting day at Sts Peter and Paul Prep school in Kingston yesterday, which was celebrated as Teachers' Day. From left are 'student teachers' Valerie Stewart, Karen Walker, Claudia Nugent, vice-principal, Francine Mothersill and Jody Ann Bailey - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
South African High Commissioner to Jamaica Mathu Joyini (left) in discussion with EU Ambassador Paoli Amadei at the showing of 'The Choir', a powerful film about life in a South African prison. Jamaica's showing of the film, organised by the delegation of the European Union and South Africa's high commissioner, is showing at The Courtleigh auditorium until May 15. - Contributed
Jamaica Association of Professionals in Nutrition and Dietetics (JAPINAD) hosted its 10th anniversary brunch at Fortune Wedding Centre, Portmore. Seated having fun are: Rosalee Brown (left), president of JAPINAD; Kasha Stephenson-Spence (second right), medical sales manager for Northern CARICOM, and her team from Mead Johnson, sponsor of the brunch.

'The Choir', that powerful, life-transforming South African film about survival in South Africa's largest prison, is on at the Coutleigh Auditorium. Also, amid the hectic pace, teachers paused to celebrate their special day.