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SOMETHING EXTRA

Published:Thursday | June 5, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Maureen Webber and Montego Bay Mayor Glendon Harris are all smiles for our camera. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Inter-American Development Bank country representative for Jamaica, Therese Turner-Jones, is amused by Ambassador Richard Bernal. The two were spotted at the Caribbean Microfinance Forum's Welcome Cocktail Reception. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Nathaniel Peat of London-based Entrepreneur Gennex was spotted with State Minister Sharon Folkes-Abrahams (right) and IDB country representative for Jamaica, Therese Turner-Jones, at the Caribbean Microfinance Forum's Welcome Cocktail Reception at the Iberostar in Montego Bay on Monday night. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Megan Deane, chief executive officer of Creditinfo Jamaica Limited, at the Caribbean Microfinance Forum's Welcome Cocktail Reception. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
In yesterday's 'Something Extra', Ron Burke was incorrectly identified as marketing director, Absolut Vodka. He is the marketing director of Dream Entertainment, and Chesna Haber is the brand manager, Absolut Vodka and JWN international wines. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. - Contributed
Chanda Spencer of the Scotia Marketing Department, who also won an award as Service Champion of the Year, strikes a pose on the red carpet at Scotia-bank's Service & Support Awards. - Contributed
Alison Morgan and Denver Frater take a moment to pose for the camera. - Contributed
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It's good to be rewarded for a job well done, and last Saturday, Scotiabank celebrated 15 members of staff at their Service & Support Awards Ceremony at the Mona Visitor's Lodge and Conference Centre. We give them an EXTRA thumbs up.

Meanwhile, out west, it was all about the Caribbean Microfinance Forum's Welcome Cocktail Reception at Iberostar.