Special moment!
(From left) Lorna Bell, Special Olympics Caribbean Initiative executive director; Mike Hamilton, senior director of Independent School Development for Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools; Sports Minister Olivia Grange; Haylie Wrubel, senior director of global education for Special Olympics; Nathan Koller, manager of progamme development for global Unified Champion Schools; Senior Superintendent of Police Stephanie Lindsay; Acting-ACP Charmaine Shand; Tari Lovell, Digicel marketing manager; and Aldrick McNab, board chairman of Special Olympics Jamaica, share a photo opportunity during a press conference at the Office of the Police Commissioner on Wednesday. (Photo: Collin Reid)

(From left) Lorna Bell, Special Olympics Caribbean Initiative executive director; Mike Hamilton, senior director of Independent School Development for Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools; Sports Minister Olivia Grange; Haylie Wrubel, senior director of global education for Special Olympics; Nathan Koller, manager of progamme development for global Unified Champion Schools; Senior Superintendent of Police Stephanie Lindsay; Acting-ACP Charmaine Shand; Tari Lovell, Digicel marketing manager; and Aldrick McNab, board chairman of Special Olympics Jamaica, share a photo opportunity during a press conference at the Office of the Police Commissioner on Wednesday.

Photo: Collin Reid

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