Former prime minister of Jamaica and special representative of CARICOM to Haiti, P.J. Patterson (second left), looks at the Caribbean FashionWeek Haiti Art & Fashion Project document, presented to him by Pulse general manager Romae Gordon (left), prior to endorsing the project. Also pictured are Pulse chairman Kingsley Cooper and director in the office of the special representative of CARICOM to Haiti, Maureen Vernon. - Contributed
Angelita McDonald (centre), a past student of the Green Island High School, is the new Miss Hanover Festival Queen. She is flanked by first runner-up Gaynor Johnson (left) and second runner-up Janique Anderson. - Contributed
Monique Foster (centre) won the St Elizabeth Festival Queen title. Also shown are first runner-up Ava-Kay Scarlett (left) and Tracey Ann Williams who placed third. The coronation show was held at St Elizabeth Technical High School on Saturday, May 15. - Contributed
Karl Williams arrives with Maureen Banton (left) and Angela Bailey for the Sagicor Corporate long-service awards luncheon at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel in St Andrew on Friday, May 14. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Dr Guyan Arscott trades hospital room for the green as he gets ready for his shot towards the difficult signature hole on the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course. - Contributed
From left: Claudia Rae greets Lorna Golding while a smiling Joy Roberts looks on, at the Victory Academy's Evening of Honour and Excellence at the Terra Nova All-Suite Hotel on Waterloo Road last Saturday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Samantha Rae, Sashell Hall and Tiffany Rae flashed their 'pearly whites' at Victory Academy's Evening of Honour and Excellence. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
The Claro-sponsored Jamaica Cultural Development Commission's annual selection of parish festival queens is finished and Victory Academy has much to celebrate.