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Published:Saturday | December 6, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Thalia Watson embraces her nine-year-old daughter, Kierecia Chisholm, during a break at the sashing ceremony for the Miss Cacoon Primary School pageant contestants in the Dias community square in Hanover recently. - Contributed
ExtremeBartending.com's Opie Oppenheimer (left) takes Sandals Negril's bartender, Sandra Williams, through the ropes during a flair bartending training held at the resort recently. Williams was among several bartenders from Sandals and Beaches Negril who learned how to add flair to their bartending during the two-day training session.
Beaches Negril bartenders have fun while going through their paces during the Sandals Resorts International-hosted flair bartending training conducted by ExtremeBartending.com at Sandals Negril, recently. More than 40 bartenders from Sandals and Beaches Negril learned how to use various elements to create a more enjoyable experience for their guests.
Bar and dining room team members from Sandals Whitehouse pay keen attention as ExtremeBartending.com trainer Dave Simpson shares tips on flair techniques during a training session.
Presenters Opie Oppenheimer (left, kneeling) and Dave Simpson (third left, kneeling) and bartenders from Sandals Montego Bay region pause for a group photo following the flair bartending session held at Sandals Royal Caribbean. During the session, Oppenheimer and Simpson - both from ExtremeBartending.com - carried the bartenders through the ropes from basic 'flairing' techniques to bar jokes and games.
Claudette Bryan, president of St James Lay Magistrates' Association, and husband Junour Bryan, at the St James Lay Magistrates' Association awards banquet, held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre last Saturday night. - Photo by Karrie Williams
Past students Kacia Miller (right) and Saleem Johnson cut the cake to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the ABC Learning Centre in Green Island, Hanover, recently. - Contributed
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