Jamaica Gleaner - - SOMETHING EXTRA -

The Ja­maica Can­cer So­ci­ety and the Ja­maica Reach to Re­cov­ery have once again come to show their sup­port for breast can­cer sur­vivors with the an­nual Keep­ing Abreast Lun­cheon. Hearts were touched peo­ple were moved and left with ‘arm candy’bracelets, cour­tesy of the Sagi­cor Foun­da­tion.

Show­ing off their arm candy bracelets (from left) are Audrey McIn­tosh, man­ager, Pri­vate Bank­ing Cen­tre; Na­jah Peterkin, man­ager pri­vate client ser­vices, NCB Cap­i­tal Mar­kets; and El­iz­a­beth James, re­gional man­ager, NCB Cap­i­tal Mar­kets.

Left: Can­cer sur­vivors, who were gifted with the ‘arm candy’ bracelets from the Sagi­cor Foun­da­tion at the re­cently held Keep­ing Abreast Lun­cheon, bump their fists in sol­i­dar­ity to show sup­port of the fight against can­cer.


Wes Hall greets Lady Allen, wife of the Gov­er­nor Gen­eral of Ja­maica, prior to the pre­miere screen­ing in Ja­maica of ‘WES’, a doc­u­men­tary on his life story. The screen­ing took place at the Carib Theatre in Kingston on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 19. Also in the photo is Donette Chin-Loy Chang, phi­lan­thropist and co-chair, Food For the Poor Canada.

Honourable Kam­ina John­son-Smith (left), min­is­ter of for­eign af­fairs, greet­ing Ja­maican-Cana­dian busi­ness­man Wes Hall dur­ing the cock­tail re­cep­tion of the screen­ing of ‘WES’, at the Carib Theatre on Oc­to­ber 19. Look­ing on is Yanique Forbes-Pa­trick, Sco­tia Wealth Man­age­ment’s port­fo­lio man­ager.

El­iz­a­beth Buchanan(left), ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor, In­sti­tu­tional Ad­vance­ment, Uni­ver­sity of the West Indies, in con­ver­sa­tion with Dou­glas and Michelle Orane last Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 19, at the Carib Theatre, dur­ing the cock­tail re­cep­tion prior to the screen­ing of WES, a doc­u­men­tary on the life story of Ja­maica-born Wes­ley Hall, Cana­dian busi­ness leader.

Sagi­cor’s Chad An­thony Smart has more than a few laughs for Michelle Dis­tant as he hands her a flower and an arm candy gift to cel­e­brate the fight against can­cer.

Wes Hall, his wife Chris­tine (cen­tre) and Suzanne Bowen pose for the cam­era at the cock­tail re­cep­tion at the Carib Theatre on Wed­nes­day, Oc­to­ber 19, prior to the screen­ing of ‘WES’, a doc­u­men­tary on his life story.

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