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Published:Friday | January 20, 2017 | 12:15 AM
Dr Sara Lawrence was among the hundreds in attendance at the Transformed Life Church service.
Director of Kiwanis Club of Young Professionals Kingston, Jamaica (KYPKJ), Salina Solomon (left), and her mom, Rosemarie Brown, take a quick pic at the Sip and Paint for Charity event organised by the KYPKJ. Part proceeds of the event will go towards the club’s upcoming ‘Spread a Bed for KPH’ initiative and other outreach projects.
GK Foods sales representatives Simone Williamson (left) and Janneth Edwards-Cole enjoy the happenings at the Grace Foods Western Mixer on Sunday.
The gorgeous duo of Magion Stephenson (left), commercial manager, GK Foods, and her colleague, Andrea Reynolds, assistant global category Manager, at the Grace Foods Western Mixer on Sunday at the Palmyra Montego Bay.
Krystal Chong and Imani Duncan Price at the book launch.
D’lyssa Bailey (left) and Natalya Kitchin (right) are assisted by Island Stokes’ Liana Gomes during the Sip and Paint for Charity event at 100 last Sunday.
Drenna LUNA Managing Director Arlene Martin (right) was out with her mother, Ouida (left), and her niece and nephew, Anna and Luke Spencer, to a special mid-morning corporate service at Transformed Life Church on Hope Road. Representatives of more than 15 corporate entities turned out for the service held in their honour.
FLOW/Deezer representative Omario Brown (left) with former Miss Universe and host of Caribbean Next Top Model, Trinidadian Wendy Fitz-William, and vlogger Dutty Berry in the FLOW/Deezer Lounge, where Rebel Salute patrons were introduced to the music-streaming app available exclusively on FLOW mobile phones.


It has been very busy on the social scene this week. We take you into the weekend with highlights from Kiwanis Club of Young Professionals' Sip and Paint for Charity at 100 and Grace Foods' mixer at Palmyra in Montego Bay. And Krystal Chong asked, 'What the hell am I supposed to do with my life?' in her new book.