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Published: Wednesday | November 21, 2012 Comments 0
Veteran entertainer Ken Boothe was caught at his home having fun with his granddaughter, Sabella Boothe. What a cutie! - Contributed
Veteran entertainer Ken Boothe was caught at his home having fun with his granddaughter, Sabella Boothe. What a cutie! - Contributed
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JAMAICA AND TRINIDAD: Chairman-elect of the Caribbean Association of Banks Inc (CAB) Carlton Barclay shares birthday cake-cutting duties with Trinidadian High Commissioner, Dr Iva Gloudon, to mark the 50th anniversary of Independence of both territories. The occasion was the ceremony opening the three-day CAB conference last Wednesday, November 14, at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JAMAICA AND TRINIDAD: Chairman-elect of the Caribbean Association of Banks Inc (CAB) Carlton Barclay shares birthday cake-cutting duties with Trinidadian High Commissioner, Dr Iva Gloudon, to mark the 50th anniversary of Independence of both territories. The occasion was the ceremony opening the three-day CAB conference last Wednesday, November 14, at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.
Beaming on the Catwalk! Kenny Wilson, the new Male Face of Jamaica winner, alongside 16-year-old Sashauna Robinson, CMS fashion Model winner after last Sunday evening's Caribbean Model Search finals. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Beaming on the Catwalk! Kenny Wilson, the new Male Face of Jamaica winner, alongside 16-year-old Sashauna Robinson, CMS fashion Model winner after last Sunday evening's Caribbean Model Search finals. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
JAMPRO Vice-President of Investment Promotions Claude Duncan (centre) is flanked by JAMPRO President Sancia Bennett-Templer (right) and JAMPRO's Karene Miller at the official screening of the America's Next Top Model season finale at the Spanish Court Hotel on Friday, November 16.
JAMPRO Vice-President of Investment Promotions Claude Duncan (centre) is flanked by JAMPRO President Sancia Bennett-Templer (right) and JAMPRO's Karene Miller at the official screening of the America's Next Top Model season finale at the Spanish Court Hotel on Friday, November 16.
Maya Deer (left), owner of the online boutique MayaQoba, hangs out with designer friends Keneea Linton-George (centre) and Juliette Dyke (right) at the JAMPRO-organised official screening of the America's Next Top Model season finale. - Contributed photos
Maya Deer (left), owner of the online boutique MayaQoba, hangs out with designer friends Keneea Linton-George (centre) and Juliette Dyke (right) at the JAMPRO-organised official screening of the America's Next Top Model season finale. - Contributed photos
Monika Zguro (left), of the Ministry of Albanian Foreign Affairs, with June Daley, president of Miss Jamaica UK, at the Miss Globe 2012 pageant in Vlora, Albania, recently. Daley was one of the judges of the pageant that was televised throughout Europe.
Monika Zguro (left), of the Ministry of Albanian Foreign Affairs, with June Daley, president of Miss Jamaica UK, at the Miss Globe 2012 pageant in Vlora, Albania, recently. Daley was one of the judges of the pageant that was televised throughout Europe.
Marilyn Bennett shaking a leg with Lloyd Tomlinson at the Portia Simpson Miller Foundation's annual scholarship award fund-raising party, held at Norbrook Drive, on Friday, November 16. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Marilyn Bennett shaking a leg with Lloyd Tomlinson at the Portia Simpson Miller Foundation's annual scholarship award fund-raising party, held at Norbrook Drive, on Friday, November 16. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

We are already halfway through the week and many of you are still recuperating from the recently concluded foodie fare. Today, we share highlights from the Portia Simpson Miller Foundation scholarship party, JAMPRO's ANTM finale party, and Jamaica and Trinidad celebrate their 50th. Also Ken Boothe shows off his angelic granddaughter, and CMS finds new title holders.












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