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Dr. Melody Ennis (3rd left), Guest Speaker at the Royal Air Forces Association Jamaica 580 Branch recent monthly luncheon, share camaraderie with members (L-R) Life Vice President Stan Ottey, Vice Chairman Merline Bardowell, Rex Thame, James Croach, Life Vice President Barry
Courtney Campbell, chairman of National Education Trust, is all smiles with Denise Arana, general manager Public Private Partnerships and Privatisation Division of Development Bank of Jamaica at the National Education Trust breakfast with diplomatic and donor communities at the terra Nova Hotel in Kingston on Tuesday.
We Are Rum People - Ian Bourne (left), Director at SunNation and Gary Dixon, Marketing Director at J. Wray & Nephew Ltd at Appleton Estate sponsored Dusk.
From left, Peta-Gaye Simpson, Sales & Marketing Executive at Innovative Signs, Charles Neil - Relationship Associate, Citibank and Staci Smith ,Junior Brand Manager for Appleton enjoy a night out at Appleton Estate Dusk.
From left: Divas Tyheissa Williams, Patricia Chuck and Tresha Knight make good use of their selfie stick to capture the moment at Frenchmen Rise Up Breakfast Party.
Shanique Lewis living it up at Frenchmen Rise up
Kandi King of Karnival by Kandi (left) and gal pals Jheanelle Lawrence of Proven (second right) and Jhordanne McDonald, Account Executive of Seaboard Freight and Shipping Jamaica Limited (right) look great on the arms of Digicel's Neil Lawrence (second left) at Appleton Estate 'Dusk' on Carnival Monday.
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From Ochi to St Mary, Portland to Kingston, the Easter weekend was on fire as partiers made their rounds attending highly anticipated social events just for the season. In case you missed it, Today has the inside scoop.