On the Scene

Published: Saturday | June 9, 2012 Comments 0
With a bonfire playing backdrop, Diana Kellier and Carl Chen pose at Busha's Crab Party at Paradise Park in Westmoreland recently.-Photo by Janet Silvera
With a bonfire playing backdrop, Diana Kellier and Carl Chen pose at Busha's Crab Party at Paradise Park in Westmoreland recently.-Photo by Janet Silvera
From left: Marcia Williams, Syble McKenzie, and PanCaribbean's Tana Nunez enjoy themselves at PanCaribbean's Meet and Greet for customers at the Seawind Club in Montego Bay last Friday.-Photo by Sheena Gayle
From left: Marcia Williams, Syble McKenzie, and PanCaribbean's Tana Nunez enjoy themselves at PanCaribbean's Meet and Greet for customers at the Seawind Club in Montego Bay last Friday.-Photo by Sheena Gayle
From left: New Branch Manager Lloyd Duhaney (left) of PanCaribbean speaks with Patrick Brown; Member of Parliament Dr Horace Chang; businessman Chris Chow; and PanCaribbean's Sabrina Cooper at The PanCaribbean's Meet and Greet in Montego Bay last Friday - Photo by Sheena Gayle
From left: New Branch Manager Lloyd Duhaney (left) of PanCaribbean speaks with Patrick Brown; Member of Parliament Dr Horace Chang; businessman Chris Chow; and PanCaribbean's Sabrina Cooper at The PanCaribbean's Meet and Greet in Montego Bay last Friday - Photo by Sheena Gayle
Hopewell High School's Trudy-Ann Knibb (seated) and Ghnell Hylton perform a dub poem during a World Environment Day exposition at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Hanover on Tuesday.-Photo by Christopher Thomas
Hopewell High School's Trudy-Ann Knibb (seated) and Ghnell Hylton perform a dub poem during a World Environment Day exposition at the Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Hanover on Tuesday.-Photo by Christopher Thomas

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