Something extra

Published: Tuesday | February 21, 2012 Comments 0
Peta Gay McCook (left) and her mother, Sonia McCook, are caught on camera at Sterling Asset Management's 10th anniversary dinner at Hope Gardens, in St Andrew, last Thursday. See more in Sunday's Outlook. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Peta Gay McCook (left) and her mother, Sonia McCook, are caught on camera at Sterling Asset Management's 10th anniversary dinner at Hope Gardens, in St Andrew, last Thursday. See more in Sunday's Outlook. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Black-tie pirates Janet and Clyde Ostler were outstanding at the Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball.
Black-tie pirates Janet and Clyde Ostler were outstanding at the Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball.
Dimitris Kosvogiannis, general manager of Grand Palladium, and Kash Scarlett at Saturday night's Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball titled 'Shipwrecked'. The event was held at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas. See Sunday's Outlook for details. - Photos by Janet Silvera
Dimitris Kosvogiannis, general manager of Grand Palladium, and Kash Scarlett at Saturday night's Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball titled 'Shipwrecked'. The event was held at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas. See Sunday's Outlook for details. - Photos by Janet Silvera
Zachary Harding and Theresa Roberts on the dance floor at Hanover Charities Sugar Cane ball.
Zachary Harding and Theresa Roberts on the dance floor at Hanover Charities Sugar Cane ball.
Usain Bolt (centre), patron of 2012 PanCaribbean Sigma Corporate Run, gives his parents, Jennifer and Wellesley, some encouragement before they participate in the walk on Sunday. Bolt and sponsors contributed US$25,000 (J$2,150,000) to the charity for the Bustamante Hospital for Children Cardiac Surgery Programme. PanCaribbean Sigma Corporate Run has collaborated with the Chain of Hope Foundation to raise J$50,000,000 for the cardiac programme at the hospital. - Contributed
Usain Bolt (centre), patron of 2012 PanCaribbean Sigma Corporate Run, gives his parents, Jennifer and Wellesley, some encouragement before they participate in the walk on Sunday. Bolt and sponsors contributed US$25,000 (J$2,150,000) to the charity for the Bustamante Hospital for Children Cardiac Surgery Programme. PanCaribbean Sigma Corporate Run has collaborated with the Chain of Hope Foundation to raise J$50,000,000 for the cardiac programme at the hospital. - Contributed
Students from The Bahamas pose for the camera after the service commemorating the 50th anniversary of the University of the West Indies' (UWI) transition from a college to university. From left (back row): Krista Nottage, Athena Cunningham and Rashan Dean, and from left (front row): Symona Sawyer, Briquel Sherman and Arielle Higgs. The students were spotted by Something Extra at the University Chapel, UWI, Mona campus, on Sunday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Students from The Bahamas pose for the camera after the service commemorating the 50th anniversary of the University of the West Indies' (UWI) transition from a college to university. From left (back row): Krista Nottage, Athena Cunningham and Rashan Dean, and from left (front row): Symona Sawyer, Briquel Sherman and Arielle Higgs. The students were spotted by Something Extra at the University Chapel, UWI, Mona campus, on Sunday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer

This year's Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball, under the theme 'Shipwrecked', was held at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Hanover on Saturday night and, as usual, the annual event was a resounding success.

 

CAPTION: Usain Bolt (centre), patron of 2012 PanCaribbean Sigma Corporate Run, gives his parents, Jennifer and Wellesley, some encouragement before they participate in the walk on Sunday. Bolt and sponsors contributed US$25,000 (J$2,150,000) to the charity for the Bustamante Hospital for Children Cardiac Surgery Programme. PanCaribbean Sigma Corporate Run has collaborated with the Chain of Hope Foundation to raise J$50,000,000 for the cardiac programme at the hospital. - Contributed


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