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Published:Monday | December 7, 2015 | 12:33 PMJody-Anne Lawrence
Lloyd Barnett and his wife Charmaine glides across the dance floor.
Stanley Dunwell and wife Dr Patricia came out to have fun while supporting a worthy cause.
Kiwanis President Dalma James and his wife Catherine arriving at the Kiwanis Club of Kingston's Annual Grand Christmas Grand Charity Ball.
Douglas Development Company Limited's Jacqueline Gayle and Flow's Pete Smith caught the attention of our lens.
Lloyd Forbes and Pauline Castle dancing the night away.
Jodie-Ann Pearson (left) and Kevron Graham are charming at the Kiwanis Club of Kingston, Annual Grand Christmas Charity Ball.
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It is the most wonderful time of the year and it is at this time that the Kiwanis Club of Kingston holds their 52nd Grand Charity Ball.
This year's proceeds would go towards the blood or plasma storage capacity of the Jamaica National Blood Transfusion Service (Blood Bank). With this in mind, guests had no reservations letting their hair down for a worthy cause.
Men and women came dressed like Lords and Ladies at a ball, and Fab 5 had them gliding through the decades on the dance floor. The formalities were brief with a welcome by President Dalma James. Master of Ceremonies Robert 'Bobby' Finzi-Smith, kept the programme running smoothly with his entertaining sense of humour.
Cabaret performer Althea Hewitt and Christine Virgo were a delight.
The night was filled with fine dining and entertaining and guests no doubt made their way home feeling much more delighted than when they came.