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Something Extra | Monday

Published:Monday | March 12, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Selena Chin dons traditional African garb for the sip and paint.
From left: Talika Williamson, Lianna Black and Mellanie Didier show off their interpretation of the evening’s subject – a strong, black woman.
From left: Frances Mighty-Hutchinson, Melissa Thomas and Adrea Scatlett-Lozer take a break from painting to pose for our lens.
Lystra Sharp adds powerful words to her painting.
Kimberly England (left) and Rose Holness at the launch of Sarah's Children.
From left: T'shura Gibbs, Theresa Walker and Joy Clark came out to support the newest charity in the Second City.
Sarah Finlay, after whom the charity is named, with her grandd aughter Tameka Bryce.
Dollis Campbell (left) of Dynamic Event Services, and Charmaine Deane, area director of marketing and communication of Hilton Rose Hall & Jewel Resorts.
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International Women's Day was celebrated with activities across the island. In St Andrew, JMMB hosted an all-female paint and sip. And, the Second City saw the launch of Sarah's Children, an advocacy group aimed at protecting abused children and the elderly. Here's a great way to start the week.