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Published:Monday | June 9, 2014 | 12:00 AM
She has a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the University of the West Indies and is very passionate about volunteerism. Twenty-five-year-old Anjell Bryan, executive assistant to Guardian Life President Eric Hosin, is this year's Miss Kingston and St Andrew Festival Queen. - CONTRIBUTED
Scotiabank's Monique Todd is certainly feeling the love from Dr Aggrey Irons (left), while Dr Hugh Reid, general manager of Scotia Insurance, looks on at the reopening of MAJ House.
Professor Marvin Reid, vice-president of the Medical Association of Jamaica, greets Pamela Douglas with a kiss at the event.
Dr Shane Alexis (centre), president of the Medical Association of Jamaica (MAJ), has the full attention of (from left) Jacqueline Sharp, president and CEO of Scotiabank; Anna Alexis; Patsy Latchman-Atterbury, executive vice-president, retail banking, Scotiabank; and Anthonette Patterson-Bartley, president of the Nurses Association of Jamaica, at the reopening of MAJ House. - Photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Development Options' Maureen Webber and Norman McDonald, owner of Linstead Market Jamaica, dance up a storm during the Caribbean Microfinance Forum's gala at the Iberostar hotel in Montego Bay last Thursday night. - Photo by Claudia Gardner
Local entertainer Tarrus Riley is all smiles with Helen Douglas, principal of the Richmond Park Prep School in Kingston, at a fundraiser for the school held in Long Island, New York, recently. - Contributed
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Kingston and St Andrew has a new Festival Queen, the Medical Association of Jamaica has a new house, and after a week of meetings, participants in this year's Caribbean Microfinance Forum really let their hair down in the Second City.

Happy Monday!