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M.A.D.E. scholarship winners Michael Dixon and Andrae Barrett show off their projects for  Opposition Spokesman on Education, Basil Waite, and Courts Research Director Carolyn Thomas at the Courts Award ceremony on August 13, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Blue, blue,  Inspector Gary McKenzie's world is blue as he poses for our camera at the Jamaica Constabulary Force awards dinner on Saturday.

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Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Korey Maknaba and Valrie Levy make a fine pair at the Jamaica Constabulary Force awards dinner.

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Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
From left, Janet Scarlett, Keliah Lewis, Hashina Edwards and Marsha Bryan sport bright colours for the Jamaica Constabulary Force awards dinner at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Saturday.

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Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Top Cop Cpl. Max Burgher during the Jamaica constabulary Force Awards Dinner at the Pegasus Hotel on Saturday September 5, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
A radiant Mesmirina Coubrie during the Jamaica constabulary Force Awards Dinner at the Pegasus Hotel on Saturday September 5, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Top cop Corporal Max Burgher (right),  toasts runner-up top cop,  Constable O Myrie during the Jamaica Constabulary Force awards dinner.

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Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Corporal Debby-Ann Ayre receives an award from Dudley Bryan at the Jamaica Constabulary Force awards dinner.


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Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
DSP Wayne Cameron; Insp.Gary McKenzie; Sup. Radcliffe Lewis socialise before the awards during the Jamaica constabulary Force Awards Dinner at the Pegasus Hotel on Saturday September 5, 2009.
Colin Hamilton/freelance photographer
Cpl. Debby-Ann Ayre receives an award from Dudley Bryan during the Jamaica constabulary Force Awards Dinner at the Pegasus Hotel on Saturday September 5, 2009.
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Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Sir patrick Allen left, Governor General could not hide his delight when met Wycliffe Bennett right just before he was presented with a Musgrave Gold Medal at an award ceremony at the University of the West Indies Hospital. Wycliffe Bennett who has been ailing for some time was also visited by Olilvia Grange second left, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture and his wife Dr. Hazel Bennett second right.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Sir patrick Allen left, Governor General along with Olilvia Grange centre, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture presented with a Musgrave Gold Medal and citation to Wycliffe Bennett at an award ceremony at the University of the West Indies Hospital. Wycliffe Bennett who has been ailing for some time was also visited by  scores of admirers who attended the ceremony. Looking on is his wife Dr. Hazel Bennett.
Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Sir Patrick Allen left, Governor General along with Olilvia Grange centre, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture presented with a Musgrave Gold Medal and citation to Wycliffe Bennett at an award ceremony at the University of the West Indies Hospital. Wycliffe Bennett right and his wife Dr. Hazel Bennett second right.Wycliffe Bennett who has been ailing for some time was also visited by  scores of admirers who attended the ceremony.
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