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Published:Monday | February 20, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Paula Kerr-Jarrett adding a pop of colour and flair to the night.
Executive co-chairman of Caribbean Producers (Jamaica) Ltd, Tom Tyler, and jewellery designer Tiffany Edwards sparkling at the Hanover Charities 60th anniversary Sugar Cane Ball.
From left: Sandra Minott-Phillips, attorney-at-law, poses with husband Dr Peter Phillips, People’s National Party president-designate, Prime Minister Andrew Holness and wife Juliet Holness.
The stunning Audrey Marks, Jamaica’s ambassador to the United States, and Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism, exuding elegance and charm.
A rose among thorns, Maria Kreyn poses with (from left) Guy T. Stuart III, chairman of the Half Moon board of directors, Jessey White and Bob Pittman.
New chairman of Round Hill Board, Glenn Creamer (left), his wife, Mary Jane, their children and house guests pose for the camera at the Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball.
Luis Moreno, United States (US) Ambassador to Jamaica; Sonya Allen, regional manager, CGM Gallagher; and Eric Khant, deputy chief of mission, US Embassy, are surely enjoying the evening’s activities.

It was a night of glitz and glamour as Hanover Charities celebrated its diamond jubilee at the Sugar Cane Ball held at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas on Saturday, breaking all records in the number of attendees and the amount generously donated by its patrons. The women sparkled like diamonds and the men opted for elegant suits. Something Extra gives you a front-seat view of the night's event.