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Persons being recognised and awarded for their contribution to society.

Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
Teachers at the St Andrew Technical High School.
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer.
Teachers at the St Andrew Technical High School.
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Janet Sharp, (second right) executive vice-president/resident actuary of Sagicor Life Jamaica, shares a joke with from left Danielle Downie, 2008 Carifta Games gold medallist from Wolmers High School for girls, Ricardo Allen, of University of the West Indies and Shauna Wheatle from Hydel Group of Schools after presenting scholarship to the awardees at the Sagicor Life Jamaica Actuary Scholarship for Sports and Tuition at the Head Office in New Kingston on Tuesday, March 10-2009
Rudolph Brown/Chief Photographer
Janet Sharp, (second right) executive vice-president/resident actuary of Sagicor Life Jamaica, shares a joke with from left Karl Williams, assistant vice president, Corporate Marketing.
Danielle Downie, 2008 Carifta Games gold medallist from Wolmers High School for girls, Ricardo Allen, of University of the West Indies and Shauna Wheatle from Hydel Group of Schools after presenting scholarship to the awardees at the Sagicor Life Jamaica Actuary Scholarship for Sports and Tuition at the Head Office in New Kingston on Tuesday, March 10-2009
Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Phillip Duncan (left), former town clerk, displays the key to the city he received from the Kingston and St Andrew  Corporation (KSAC) on behalf of the late Marie Atkins, former mayor. Lorna Peralto (right), widow of the late Ryan Peralto, former parliamentarian and Kingston mayor, also received a key. Ryan Peralto Jr and Mishka Peralto watch from the background. The presentation took place during a parish council meeting at the KSAC Tuesday.
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