PHOTO: Conference break

PHOTO: Conference break

Saturday, May 04, 2019

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(From left) Trudy Dixon, Caribbean sales manager of the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB); Judy Hylton, Rotary assistant governor, Jamaica South East; Dr Patrick Adizua, district governor, Rotary District 7020; and Novlet Deans, assistant governor, Jamaica South Central, share a photo op at the welcome reception of the Rotary International District Conference at the Jamaica Pegasus on April 29. The JTB was a sponsor of the conference along with Scotiabank Jamaica, E Y Services, First Heritage Co-Operative Credit Union, National Commercial Bank, among others. The conference, which ends tomorrow, has seen more than 300 overseas Rotarians joining their local counterparts to plan and get updates on service projects and initiatives in the region, as well as report on the collective progress being made by Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation.

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