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Paulwell's big 55

Published:Sunday | January 22, 2017 | 12:00 AMJody -Anne Lawrence
The man of the night Parliament Phillip Paulwell makes his grand entrance at his birthday party.
Fiercely dressed are Marcia McIntyre (left) and Melissa Vassell at Phillip Paulwell's birthday celebration.
Donovan and Patrice White are ready to party.
Can you say golden? Kimberley Fenton looks smashing in this gorgeous gold number with plunging neckline.
Chris Dehring, CEO Ready TV with his beautiful wife Katia.
A very animated Yvonne McCalla Sobers converses with Phillip Paulwell at his birthday bash.
The man of the night Phillip Paulwell, cuts his birthday cake surrounded by some very important women in his life. From left: Attorney-at-Law Sophia Frazer-Binns, former Mayor of Kingston Angela Brown-Burke, Councillor Lorraine Dobson, Nurse Donna Aris and his daughter Terry-Ann Paulwell.
Charles Davidson and Verica Bennett smile for our camera.

Opposition Spokesman on Energy and Mining Phillip Paulwell celebrated his 55th birthday in fine style at Fort Charles, Port Royal in his Kingston East constituency.

On Saturday, January 14, friends, supporters and colleagues turned out in their numbers to party the night away.

Music pounded through the air as the guest of honour was fashionably late and greeted his guests with warm hugs. Guests included his fellow Comrades as well as his political rivals, who have nothing but respect for this fun-loving politician.

When it came time for the formalities, opposition Spokesman on Finance and Planning Peter Phillips welcomed all present while commending and congratulating his fellow Comrade. Apologies were offered for opposition leader Portia Simpson-Miller whose absence was due to the loss of her sister.

Of course, it would not be a party without a fabulous birthday cake, and that it was. He cut it with women who mean a lot to him. This included: his daughter Terry-Ann, politician Angela Brown-Burke, attorney-at-law Sophia Frazer-Binns and registered nurse Donna Aris.

The party went on into wee hours of the morning.