out& about

Published: Sunday | December 20, 2009

Cynthia Casserly recently celebrated her 100th birthday with a party involving family and friends. It was held at Milverton Crescent, Mona, on December 3. Here, Cynthia (sitting) poses with her children (from left) Cecelia Becca, Duncan Stuart Casserly, Patti-Ann McDonald, Margaret Steel, Bridget Spaulding and Michael Casserly. Stooping is Amy Thame.

Cynthia Casserly (seated), Ingrid Thame (centre) and Elys Thame exchange greetings at Casserly's 100th birthday.

From left: Taneisha Davis, Aisha Barrett, Sasha Garel, Marsha Wilson, Trish McFarlane and Sophia Skyers show their best side at the official opening of Club Privilege, located at Trinidad Terrace, New Kingston, on Friday, December 11.- Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

The Maggi Mobile, the only travelling cooking show, visited Waterhouse recently - one of its many community stops around the island. The event was staged at the Balcombe Drive open lot from 2-6 p.m., with nutritional talks, demonstrations and sampling of recipes.

Importantly, a contribution of Maggi soups and other Nestlé products was made to the Waterhouse Digicel Premier League football team. The photograph shows captain of the team, Kenardo Forbes, receiving a gift basket from Wendy Robertson, consumer marketing manager, culinary products, Nestlé. Others in the photo are (from left) Jeffrey Henry, Jonathan Williams, Keith Sailsman, manager of the Waterhouse Under-21 team, and Kemar Rodney.- Contributed

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