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Published: Thursday | April 19, 2012 Comments 0
It was nice to see former beauty queen Ayesha Richards (left) with her friends along the carnival route on Sunday. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
It was nice to see former beauty queen Ayesha Richards (left) with her friends along the carnival route on Sunday. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Bob Sprengers (left), of Heineken; Destra Garcia and Ronan McGrane take time out for the camera.
Bob Sprengers (left), of Heineken; Destra Garcia and Ronan McGrane take time out for the camera.
Here, LIME's Chris Dehring and fiancée Katia Almeida stay close together at Bacchanal Jamaica and Appleton Jamaica Rum J'ouvert and Road Parade on Friday.
Here, LIME's Chris Dehring and fiancée Katia Almeida stay close together at Bacchanal Jamaica and Appleton Jamaica Rum J'ouvert and Road Parade on Friday.
Banker Winston Lawson gets a photo op with Destra at Frenchmen Badozee on Saturday. - Contributed
Banker Winston Lawson gets a photo op with Destra at Frenchmen Badozee on Saturday. - Contributed
James Robertson, captain of the Audi team, poses with Karen Kranenburg at the launch of Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament which is set for Sunday, April 22. The launch took place at the Scotiabank Group Financial Centre, Constant Spring Road, on Tuesday.
James Robertson, captain of the Audi team, poses with Karen Kranenburg at the launch of Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament which is set for Sunday, April 22. The launch took place at the Scotiabank Group Financial Centre, Constant Spring Road, on Tuesday.
Polo event coordinator Karen Kranenburg (left) enjoys a hearty laugh with Dennis Lalor and Paula Brown at the launch of Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament which will be held on Sunday. - photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Polo event coordinator Karen Kranenburg (left) enjoys a hearty laugh with Dennis Lalor and Paula Brown at the launch of Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament which will be held on Sunday. - photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Nadia Jervis (left), relationship manager of Scotia Private Client Group poses with Opal Levy-Clarke at Tuesday's launch of the bank's Jamaica Open Polo tournament which will be on Sunday.
Nadia Jervis (left), relationship manager of Scotia Private Client Group poses with Opal Levy-Clarke at Tuesday's launch of the bank's Jamaica Open Polo tournament which will be on Sunday.

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