TEENnews in focus
Patricia Dailey-Smith (left), Audit Partner, KPMG has the attention of Caprice McFarlane (centre) a student of the Norman Manley Law School at the UWI Mona Campus and Professor Stephen Vasciannie (right), former Principal of the Norman Manley Law School. They were at a farewell event to wish Caprice bon voyage on her trip to attend a General Course on International Law at the Hague Academy of International Law in Netherlands recently. KPMG contributed $25,000 to Caprice's trip. She and members of the Norman Manley Law School attended the course.
From left: Jeanette Lewis, public relations manager at Columbus Communications Jamaica Limited keeps an eye on the basketball as fans Alexandra Gregory and Jada Lewis enjoy a moment with recording artiste Christopher Martin, who was the featured artiste for the half time show for Game 2 of the Flow National basketball League finals at the National Arena on Sunday, August 19.
Janielle Lyn (left), Miss TEEN Jamaica 2012-13 and Jody-Ann Henry (right), first runner-up Miss TEEN Jamaica 2012-13 meet Dr Julius Garvey, son of national hero Marcus Garvey, shortly after he arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport last Thursday. Dr Garvey was in Jamaica as part of the commemoration of the 125th anniversary his father's birth on Friday, August 17. Dr Garvey celebrated his 80th birthday on the day he arrived on the island.