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Something extra

Published:Tuesday | February 2, 2010 | 12:00 AM
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Keisha Nesbeth, marketing coordinator, Rum Bar Rum, strikes a pose at the customer and staff appreciation party on Friday night. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

RUM BAR

Worthy Park Estate/Rum Bar Rum hosted its customer and staff appreciation party at Heather's Garden Restaurant, Haining Road, New Kingston, on Friday night.

CHARITY GOLF

The Digicel Group sponsored the annual Caribbean Neuroscience Symposium Charity Golf Classic at the picturesque Cinnamon Hill Golf Course in Montego Bay. The weekend of activities included a cocktail reception last Friday evening at the Ritz-Carlton Resort, followed by Saturday's tournament.



Kristen Rose-Green (left) and Janelle Anderson are just too cute to be ignored. Our camera definitely agrees.



Ace golfer Laurie Stewart has the attention of (from left) Jaycinth Brown and Ritz-Carlton's Mureen Ebanks who was kept busy ensuring things flowed smoothly for her main man, Dr Carl Bruce, who spearheaded activities for the neurosurgeons' annual event.
- Photos by Barbara Ellington



From left: A bevy of beauties, Juliet Dyke, Amoi Leon, her sister Sashae Leon and Keneea Linton are picture-perfect for brunch at Half Moon Villas in Montego Bay, St James, on Saturday. - Photo by Barbara Ellington



Niall Sheehy (left), head of Digicel Business, accepts his prize from neurosurgeon Dr Carl Bruce, for placing seventh in the charity golf tournament at Cinnamon Hill on Saturday. Dr Bruce was one of the main organisers of the event.



From left: Niall Sheehy, head of Digicel Business; Donovan White, head of marketing; Joy Clarke, head of sales for the western and central regions; and Dwayne Bennett, business account manager, pose for Something Extra at Cinnamon Hill Golf Club on Saturday. Digicel Business sponsored the event.

Great distress!

1. Irony of ironies. The couple got stuck in the mud close to a popular lovers' spot. Along comes a few guys who offer to push the vehicle to firmer ground. One of the Good Samaritans thought there was something familiar about the woman who was keeping her head way low. Imagine his distress when he discovered it was his fiancée on a tryst with another man.

Funeral drama in the city

2. The ex-wife likes the idea of being a widow so much she promptly took matters into her hands and organised a funeral service for the dearly departed one. People who turned up for funeral number one were advised of a cancellation. Then there was funeral number two, by invitation, and yet a third one organised by friends of the deceased. At funeral number three, the 'widow' was conspicuously absent, but the former live-in lover was very much there with her posse.

Be careful!

3. Beware when visiting certain nightclubs in the city. The caution comes against the background of reports that women are stalking certain ladies' rooms in readiness to pounce on unsuspecting patrons.

He's to go!

4. Is there going to be another high-profile firing soon? From all indications, the people on high are not happy with certain outbursts and are set to show him the door. Listen for it.

Engaged

5. The gorgeous designing woman from rural Jamaica is sporting a fabulous diamond after a brief courtship. The lucky man already has a relationship with Lady Luck, so he's picked a winner this time.