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| In this issue:
- Interesting Bits : Getting the Cow in
- Go-Jamaica: Pictures from the Go-Jamaica
Chat and Pageant
- Client Profile : Marlene Bell Realtors
- Go-Jamaica Scholarships Listings
- Sangsters' Books Stores - Miss Lou's
- Business Directory
Bits : Getting the Cow in
week the story that caught our eyes was an interesting
piece, by Kevin Lalah, as he continued his roving
around the country.
"They pushed even harder, grimacing with
the effort. But the cow still just would not budge.
A crowd had now gathered to witness the spectacle
as the men struggled to get the stubborn cow into
the back of the truck. "
The above excerpt is from the amusing article,
and the picture of the men trying to get a cow
into a truck makes it a great read.
If you missed the article,'Winning the big blue
at Denbigh ', it can be found at:
Lawrence, Miss Jamaica World 2006
pageant is over, but we have some great photographs
from the Go-Jamaica Chat with the Contestants,
and the Miss Jamaica World Pageant at the Jamaica
Pegasus, in our Photo Gallery at http://go-jamaica.com/iphoto/.
Congratulations to Sara Lawrence, Miss Jamaica
World 2006, and well done to all the other contestants.
Read about the final show, in this Krista Henry
If you missed the profiles of the young ladies
you can view them here at
: Marlene Bell and Associates
Bell and Associates is a Jamaican real estate
firm established in April 2002.
Along with her 17 years of professional experience,
Marlene is the holder of a Certificate in Estate
Agency (CEA) and a Diploma in Land Economy and
Valuation Surveying (Dip. LEVS) from the College
of Arts, Science and Technology (now the University
We are a new real estate firm in Jamaica. Based
in Kingston but operating island-wide, we are
committed to giving excellent service, paying
attention to detail and going the extra mile to
facilitate the smooth processing of every transaction.
Visit Marlene Bell and Associates at http://www.mbellrealtors.com/
presents Jamaica's first on-line Scholarship
Database available to Jamaican students. The
scholarship listing is compiled and maintained
by the Information System Department of Jamaica
Gleaner Company. It can be found at http://go-jamaica.com/scholarship.
The scholarship database allows the user to find
relevant scholarships by academic level, subject
area and the offering organisation. Remember you
can view the Jamaica Scholarship listings at http://go-jamaica.com/scholarship/
and if scholarships that your organisation offers
are not listed, send an e-mail to email@example.com
and get them included.
Of note, we offer our congratulations to the
three Gleaner/Children's Own Spelling Bee participants
awarded The Gleaner/Children's Own GSAT County
Scholarships. Read the full story at http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20060818/news/news1.html
|Miss Lou's Books
at Sangster's Book Store
Books Store still has copies of Miss Lou's works,
Get them now.
Jamaica's cultural icon might have died but
her good works live on. Purchase copies of her
work from Sangster's Books Store (http://sangstersbooks.com/)
and keep the memories alive. Some of the works
Di Riddim Sweet - US$16.00 *,Aunty
Roachy Seh - US$13.00 *,Anancy & Ms. Lou -
US$11.00*,Jamaica Labrish - US$14.00*,Selected
Poems - US$13.00*
* -Prices do not include shipping and handling.
For more details http://sangstersbooks.com/.
Gleaner Business Directory : Get Listed and Get
and more person are searching, the Online Jamaica
Gleaner Business Directory . It serves as an easy
guide to business in Jamaica and we currently
have hundreds of listings and your listing will
increase the range of services listed and increase
your bottom line. Get your business listed today.
Contact our sales representatives at 932-6073,
932-6270 or 932-6137 and get listed and found
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