Mon | Sep 25, 2017

Out and about

Published:Friday | October 2, 2015 | 10:07 AM
Angels of Love Jamaica (AOLJ) volunteer Janielle Green with Angel Rusheka.
AOLJ member Jodi Chung displays her gold balloon in honour of little angel Kevin who passed away.
Garry Sinclair(right), managing director of FLOW, presents outgoing chairman of Cable and Wireless Jamaica, Chris Dehring with a set of golf clubs. Dehring fancies himself a great golfer. He is said to have hit a 77 recently.
Chris Dehring shares the moment with his family. His wife Catia and daughter Shiloh. Dehring was presented with a farewell plaque and other gifts at his send-off reception in Beverly Hills, St Andrew, on Wednesday.
Senator Imani Duncan-Price making her way to Gordon House.
A very dapper Desmond McKenzie added some splash to his ensemble for Wednesday's joint sitting.
The indomitable Olivia 'Babsy' Grange makes her way inside Gordon House where British Prime Minister David Cameron spoke at a joint sitting of Parliament on Wednesday.
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It has been a very eventful week with two heads of states gracing our shores. But outside of all the official hobnobbing, there was no down time and our cameras have been Out and About capturing it all for you. Happy weekend everyone!

 

Angels of Love Jamaica

 

In celebration of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, which ended on Wednesday, local NGO Angels of Love Jamaica, which caters to critically ill paediatric cancer patients in Jamaica, decided to 'Paint Jamaica gold', which is the universal colour for paediatric cancer.

They did this in a balloon release ceremony on Saturday at Devon House in St Andrew. One Hundred balloons were released into the skies with the names of names of the 'little Angels' whom have lost their battle with cancer.

 

Farewell Dehring

 

After six years with Lime, now Flow, Chairman Chris Dehring is moving on. His colleagues bid him farewell on Wednesday, his final day on the job.

 

Cameron in Town

 

British Prime Minister David Cameron made an official visit to the island, leaving a lot of talk in his wake. On Wednesday as he made a presentation to a joint sitting of Parliament, in true Jamaican fashions, the members wore their Sunday best.