AWARDS

Jamaica Gleaner - - SO­CIAL - Janet.sil­vera@glean­erjm.com

give back to the school.

Af­ter more than 30 years prac­tis­ing over­seas, Aird re­turned to Ja­maica three years ago. He has since opened west­ern Ja­maica’s state-of-the-art Carnegie Hand In­sti­tute and Surgery Cen­tre, the first of its kind in the coun­try.

His coun­ter­part, Dr Kirk Camp­bell, is an as­so­ciate pro­fes­sor of medicine and di­rec­tor of Nephrol­ogy Fel­low­ship pro­gramme at Mount Si­nai Hospi­tal in New York, and Ledger Kel­lier is one of Florida’s se­nior bank­ing ex­ec­u­tives, who when not in the board­room, is usu­ally on a site dis­cussing the best ways to help fi­nance the next land­mark build­ing in South Florida’s thriv­ing Tri-County.

For­mer goal­keeper of the Ja­maica Un­der 20 foot­ball team, War­ren Bar­rett com­pleted the im­pres­sive names recog­nised at the event.

Mag­a­zine ed­i­tor Ivan God­frey (left) con­verses with François Lawrence, chair­man of the Home­com­ing Com­mit­tee, at the Corn­wall Col­lege Old Boys’ As­so­ci­a­tion Din­ner and Awards last Satur­day night at the Mon­tego Bay Con­ven­tion Cen­tre.

Men of Might re­cip­i­ent, War­ren Bar­rett (right), ac­cepts his award from Home­com­ing Com­mit­tee mem­ber, Kevon McIntosh.

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