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Published:Monday | November 26, 2018 | 12:00 AM
(From left) Tamii Brown, Commercial and Corporate Affairs Manager at Salada Foods Jamaica; Alphonso Grennell, managing director of the Grennell’s Driving School; and Sherianne Hart, Salada Business Manager at LASCO Distributors, were all smiles.
Salada Foods Jamaica team member, Natalie Cousins, receives a celebratory high five as she crosses the finish line.
(From left) Dr. Janaine Dawkins, Chief Technical Director at the Ministry of Transportation and mining; Rema Townsend, Administrator at the National Road Safety Council; Alphonso Grennell, Managing Director of Grennell’s Driving School; and Tamii Brown, Commercial and Corporate Affairs Manager at Salada Foods Jamaica, were out to show their support.
A-Okay: Train Fit Club members Michelle Slack and Damon Smith, are ready to take on the route.
Over the weekend, the city of Sanya, China, hosted a colourful costume parade to launch the 68th staging of the Miss World pageant. Here, contestants from Barbados, United States, Cook Islands, Sri Lanka, Gibraltar, Ukraine and Netherlands, join Miss Jamaica World 2018 Kadijah Robinson (right) for a photo before the start of the parade.
Miss Jamaica World 2018 Kadijah Robinson, shows off her fashion and syle.

The Grennell's Driving School hosted its eighth annual 'Road Safety 5K' at its head office, recently, to commemorate Road Safety Ambassador Falasha Fitz-Henley, who succumbed to injuries last year due to a motor vehicle crash approximately nine years ago in which she lost a limb. The 5K was timely ahead of the United Nations' day of remembrance for road crash victims scheduled for the third Sunday in November each year. The major focus of this year's 5K was to shed much-needed light on the devastating impacts caused by motor vehicle crashes that have affected the lives of individuals, families and the country at large. Here are the highlights.