MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica - Prominent Montego Bay attorney Nathan Robb has been elected to serve as president of the influential Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI).
Robb was installed Wednesday evening at the chamber's annual general meeting held at the Wexford Hotel in the resort city.
He replaces outgoing ...more »
ON Saturday, February 2, in observance of World Wetlands Day, students from the Cornwall College Science and Environmental club and Sandals Green Team members took time out for an up close look at wetlands and their importance to the natural environment.
The group was engaged by representatives from the Montego Bay Marine Park in a detailed presentation on wetlands then treated to a tour of Montego Bay's most important wetland -- the Bogue Lagoon.
The day's activity provided an opportunity for students and team members from Sandals Montego Bay-based resorts (Sandals Montego Bay, Sandals Royal Caribbean and Sandals Carlyle) to learn, share and appreciate the natural beauty and diversity of the rich environment located in their own back yards.
Captain, Peter Campbell (right)
has the full attention of (from
left) Cornwall College
Environmental Club member,
Shemar Briscoe and Sandals
Montego Bay team members —
Renford Williams, Haniff
Richards and Christopher Grant
as he talks about environmental
issues affecting the Bogue
Two Cornwall College students
touch a live Jelly fish in the safe
hold of Peter Campbell, a
Captain for Dream Catamaran
Cruises. Looking on at the
excitement is Green team
member, Kaveen Balasal from
Sandals Carlyle. The three were
among a team from Cornwall
College and Sandals Resorts,
who participated in a World
Wetlands Day presentation
carried out by the Montego Bay
Montego Bay Marine Park ranger Athol Monteith (right), proudly showcases a turtle
specimen on display at the Marine Park office to Michael Anderson from Sandals Royal
Caribbean and Cornwall College Teacher, Kesecia Reid. Renford Whittingham, also from
the Marine Park, looks on.
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