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Published:Wednesday | November 10, 2010 | 12:00 AM
When you get to the magical age of 60, as Mandeville businessman Trevor Heaven did recently, and your Claudine throws you the party of a lifetime, you have to make a memorable entry. And what better way than atop this 1951 MG TD - owned by classic car collector Victor Dixon Jr? Read all about it in Sunday's 'Outlook'. - Contributed
Dr Camille Bell-Hutchinson, campus registrar, presents The Gleaner Power 106's Celia Morgan with her degree at UWI Mona's graduation ceremony at the campus on Friday evening. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Zhara Redwood (right), former Miss Jamaica Universe, receives her degree from Dr Camille Bell-Hutchinson at The University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona graduation ceremony on Saturday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Sharon Colquhoun-Bailey glows in red at Saturday's Jamaica Chamber of Commerce ball.
Social butterflies Allison Peart (left) and Trisha Thompson get down to the music at Saturday's Jamaica Cham-ber of Commerce ball. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Executive director of the Caribbean Maritime Institute, Fritz Pinnock (left), converses with president of the Optimist Club of New Kingston, Claudette Franscique, during the organisation's annual installation ceremony at Alhambra Inn, St Andrew, on Saturday. Pinnock was guest speaker at the event. - JIS
Kerry Moxam
Old classmates (from left) Robert Richards, Ingrid Mangatal and Stephen Wedderburn reminisce about school days. The occasion was a mass to honour the Jesuit founders of the school, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with a mass at Sts Peter and Paul and a reception at the Knutsford Court Hotel last Saturday. - Contributed

Kerry Moxam, first runner-up in the Miss Jamaica World contest and Jamaica's representative to the 2010 Miss Intercontinental, placed 8th out of 56 participants, at Saturday's staging of the pageant in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. She arrived there on October 25 and the contest took place at the Taino Theatre at the Barcelo Premium Hotel. Maydelise Columna of Puerto Rico placed first; Susana Schwarz of Peru finished second and third was Anastagia Pierre of The Bahamas.

Moxam is now visiting relatives in Miami and returns to the island on Saturday.