Tue | Jun 18, 2019

Something Extra

Published:Wednesday | May 29, 2019 | 12:11 AM
From left: Charles Johnston, Lisa Johnston, Grantly Stephenson, Judith Stephenson and Juan-Carlos Croston stand proudly as the executive body of the Caribbean Shipping Association.
From left: Vanaida Marcel, Malika Capella and Jo-Ann Martis turn the conference into a girls’ night out as they enjoy music from the live band.
Hostess for the night Paula-Anne Porter Jones (left) is radiant as she stands next to Prudence Barnes, PR and marketing executive for Kingston Wharves Limited.
Elegance at its finest was observed as hostesses from Kingston Wharves Limited welcomed everyone to the event.
Gulianne Springer from the Shipping Association of Barbados enjoys some tasty tacos from the food court.
A little soca had Sonja Voisin dancing the night away.
Sandy Kenswil travelled all the way from Suriname to be part of the Caribbean Shipping Association Executives Conference.
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As part of the Caribbean Shipping Association Executives Conference, Kingston Wharves hosted a social event dubbed ‘Jamaica to the World’ last Tuesday on the East Lawn of Devon House. The event was filled with excitement and rich reggae music from Christopher Martin and dancehall icon Beenie Man. We bring you the highlights.