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Published:Tuesday | September 23, 2014 | 9:00 AM
From left: Team members Kirstie Robinson, Andrea Sawyers, Sara Stanford, and Gadiva Ingram pose for the camera at the opening of Bliss Bridal Boutique, Montego Bay.
Contributed Photo "Job well done!" must be what Dr Wykeham McNeill, minister of tourism, said to Catherine Goodall, regional brand manager, Pepsi-Cola Jamaica, as he gives her a hug after the completion of Jamaica Environment Trust's beach clean-up exercise at Fort Rocky on Saturday.
Psychologist Doneisha Burke receives a Wray & Nephew White Rum gift package from Pietro Gramegna, Wray & Nephew White Rum brand manager. Occasion was the private Wray & Nephew White Rum cocktail tasting, held at The Bar at J. Wray & Nephew Limited's Dominica Drive offices in New Kingston. The tasting included a mixed group of white rum and non-white-rum drinkers, where they gave their reviews after watching the bartenders create each cocktail and tasting the finished products. The Wray & Nephew White Rum signature cocktails will be revealed in October 2014.
Edward Miller (centre) got a 'good catch' with Shanique Hylton (left) and Patrique Goodall at the Montego Bay Yacht Club Marlin Tournament's Tight Lines party at the Doctor's Cave Beach last Saturday.
Double six! (From left) Jimmy Stanley, Bobby Stewart, Deryk Meany, Claude Deidrick, Michael Baugh and Doug Gore played dominoes all day in the water at the Montego Bay Yacht Club Marlin Tournament's Tight Lines party at the Doctor's Cave Beach last Saturday. Photos by Janet Silvera
Too hot to handle, (from left) Rachel Marley, Monique Mitchell, and Vicky Stanley chill at the Montego Bay Yacht Club Marlin Tournament's Tight Lines party at the Doctor's Cave Beach last Saturday.
From left: Allison Callam, Shereen Callam and Tanisa Samuel were a sight for sore eyes last Saturday.
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Time sure flies when you are having fun. The weekend is over, but the fun continues. Tight Lines reeled in good fun at the Montego Bay Yacht Club and corporate Ja did its share of cleaning up.