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Published:Monday | October 30, 2017 | 12:00 AM
National Bakery’s Special Projects Manager Tiffany Wong in a blue mosaic dress but still supporting the pink cause.
Hitting us with her bright colours is host of the luncheon, Dahlia Harris.
Software development manager at Barita Investments, Michelle McRae, is the definition of beauty and brains.
Mother and daughter Winsome Levy, financial adviser, and Kim Mair, CEO of JMMB Joan Duncan Foundation, make a stylish combo.
Representatives from Jamaica Broilers, Lackesha Pitter and GeAnne Dwyer, are pretty in pink while supporting breast cancer.
Breast cancer survivor for 33 years, Denise Mullings, (left) and good friend Jeanie Bell were delighted to be a part of the festivities.


Last Thursday, The Jamaica Pegasus came alive with several shades of pink for the 2017 Keeping Abreast Luncheon. It was a grand celebration in honour of breast cancer survivors across the island. Several members of corporate Jamaica turned out in support of the fundraising event. Here are the highlights.