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Dr Dameon Black (left), deputy president, University College of the Caribbean (UCC), presents the scholarship letter to Miss Jamaica World 2014, Laurie Ann Chin, in the presence of Miss Jamaica World franchise holder Laura Butler. Nine contestants, including Miss Jamaica World 2014, will receive scholarships valued at $5 million from UCC, London University, Florida International University, and Kursk State Medical University. - Contributed

Dr Dameon Black (left), deputy president, University College of the Caribbean (UCC), presents the scholarship letter to Miss Jamaica World 2014, Laurie Ann Chin, in the presence of Miss Jamaica World franchise holder Laura Butler. Nine contestants, including Miss Jamaica World 2014, will receive scholarships valued at $5 million from UCC, London University, Florida International University, and Kursk State Medical University. – Contributed

TGIF! We ease you into the weekend with highlights from the Youth Orchestra of the America’s performance at Emancipation Park on Wednesday, the arrival of Japan training squadron ship Kashima, and a delicious offering from the new cookbook by Suzanne and Michelle Rousseau.

Source: http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20140725/social/social9.html

From left: Dr Fritz Pinnock, executive director, Caribbean Maritime Institute, presents the master's degree scholarship in logistics to the winner of the logistics essay, Miss Jamaica World Sports Fast Track winner, Toni Oliver, in the presence of Miss World franchise holder Laura Butler, on July 18, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. - Contributed

From left: Dr Fritz Pinnock, executive director, Caribbean Maritime Institute, presents the master’s degree scholarship in logistics to the winner of the logistics essay, Miss Jamaica World Sports Fast Track winner, Toni Oliver, in the presence of Miss World franchise holder Laura Butler, on July 18, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel. – Contributed