|Lorna Bell, President of Jamaica Special Olympics Association lends support|
|Valerie Juggan-Brown, Guardsman Group CEO was on hand to ensure that security was optimal - and it was!|
|The Wray & Nephew Bar gets ready to greet thirsty runners!|
|Miss Kitty, Simon Croskill and Digicel team member keep 5K enthusiasts entertained|
|Prof Maureen Samms-Vaughan and Sarah Newland-Martin of the Jamaica Autism Support Association were on hand to tell 5K participants that their contributions are well spent|
|The Lime team gave their support - Jamaica's special needs projects are bigger than any competition!|
|Kandi and Paddy King show that fitness runs in the family!|
|My two best guys - Hubie and Noel - represented well!!|
|Gloria Palomino's tennis keeps her fit - the 5K was a breeze|
|Cecile and Leahcim Semaj show the glow of country life at Asante Adonai|
|Lovely smiles - Gleaner Public Affairs Editor Barbara Ellington and Stewart's Camille Fenton feel the Digicel 5K vibe|
|'Don't take my picture Mom!' - but had to show off that Anita also represented the Chin family well at the 5K|
|Dominic Bell chills after a brisk 5K - well done Team PROComm!|
What a wonderful feeling to park good distance away and walk feeling absolutely safe. It's a revolution - a reclamation of parts of Jamaica that we used to avoid. This is the exciting 'Kingston Town' Belafonte sang about - let's keep the joy alive!
It took a fearless Denis O'Brien, Founder and Chairman of Digicel to help us see the potential of these open lots facing our beautiful waterfront.
Not only did this event help hundreds of special needs children - it also gave us back the city our parents had enjoyed. What a success! Certainly, Digicel 'Set the night on fire'.
Sent from my BlackBerry® device from Digicel