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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | October 30, 2018 | 12:00 AM
From left: Lyshon Davis, iCool brand manager, shares a hearty laugh with Minister of Health Dr the Hon Christopher Tufton and Dennis Lalor, chairman of ICWI.
Do it for the cause! From left: ARC Manufacturing Limited’s Haley Hassock, Dahlia Cole, Melissa Merchant and Renee Lynch were out to support breast cancer awareness at the recent ICWI Pink Run.
From left: Sharon Johnson, executive assistant to the managing director of LASCO Distributors; Tamii Brown, commercial and corporate affairs manager at Salada Foods Jamaica; and Danielle Cunningham, LASCO marketing manager, beverages, are decked out in tutus, ‘tall socks’ and lots of fashion personality.
Members of the ARC Manufacturing Limited team (from left) Jermaine McGlashing, Haley Hassock, Fadion McKay, Dahlia Cole, Sholton Brown, Melissa Merchant, Garfield Walker, Renee Lynch and Romar Rhoden.
Two thumbs up! Tamii Brown, commercial and corporate affairs manager at Salada Foods Jamaica, gives the route and race top ratings as she crosses the finish line.
Lyshon Davis (left), iCool brand manager, congratulates top wheelchair participant Vinette Green.
LASCO’s Tiphanny Stiff is simply radiant for her photo finish.
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The streets of Kingston were brightened with pink on Sunday, October 28, as over 5,000 participants took to the streets in their pink tutus and 'tall' socks at the 2018 ICWI/Jamaica Reach To Recovery Pink Run. The run was the culmination of a month of activities for October, which is internationally recognised as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, coordinated by the Jamaica Cancer Society to raise awareness and funds to assist women in need of treatment for breast cancer. The ARC Manufacturing Limited team also came out in their numbers in a show of support. Here are the highlights.