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Fifty hours of partying

Published:Friday | March 18, 2016 | 12:00 AM
(Second right) Birthday boy Junior Taylor is flanked by from left: sister, Nadia Taylor, Dad Willie and sister Carolyn Carter.
From left: Tai Flora’s Dr Paulette Tai-Chun Hossman, Shikima Hinds and Janette Eyles.
From left: Rich Barnett from Houston; sister of the birthday boy, Carolyn Carter, from Florida; and Lisa Chen from Mandeville all came together to celebrate Taylor’s special day.
From left: Birthday boy Junior Taylor shares lens time with Janette and Dr Charles at his party last Saturday night at the Day-O Plantation in Montego Bay.
From left: Tai Flora’s Sascha Hossmann, cousin of the birthday boy; Nicholas Taylor; Naschune Taylor, and father of the birthday boy Willie Taylor
From left: Marina Delfosse; her better half, Paul Harris; Dr Judi Shaw; Pam Daley from New York; and Bobby Chantrelle.


The face behind Complete Entertainment, Junior Taylor, a man who Montegonians have embraced and accepted, decided that for his 50th birthday celebration, he would do 50 hours of partying, and he never missed a beat.

The celebration commenced last Friday night at the Drambuie Villa in Content, Belmont overlooking The Lagoons where an intimate group of family members and close friends enjoyed an evening of reminiscing, music and food courtesy of Alessandro's catering.

Saturday night was the official party 'Groove Thang' held under the 'Jamaicans Caring for Jamaicans' banner in aid of establishing a recreational centre at the St James infirmary.

Hosted at Day-O Plantation, Junior 'JT' Taylor as he is fondly called, culminated his weekend of activities at Pier 1 on Sunday night for retro seafood Sundays.

Family and friends came from as far as Hungary, Toronto, Houston, New York, Ft. Lauderdale and locally, from Mandeville, Kingston and Falmouth.

In aid of the charity effort, Caribbean Producers Jamaica, Wray & Nephew, Hampden Rums, Rainforest Seafoods, Day-O Plantation all came on board as sponsors.

TODAY brings you the highlights of Saturday's event.