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Published: Saturday | December 8, 2012 Comments 0
Something in the distance has caught the attention of Andy Thorburn (left) CEO of Digicel (Jamaica) and Roger Grant, a financial consultant with Scotiabank.
Something in the distance has caught the attention of Andy Thorburn (left) CEO of Digicel (Jamaica) and Roger Grant, a financial consultant with Scotiabank.
These ladies' outfits were among the eye-catchers at the Rose Hall Holiday Ball to raise funds for the SOS Children's Village. From left are Sonia Rickards, communications specialist, businesswoman Angela Whitter, and Krystina Brimo, real-estate consultant. - Contributed
These ladies' outfits were among the eye-catchers at the Rose Hall Holiday Ball to raise funds for the SOS Children's Village. From left are Sonia Rickards, communications specialist, businesswoman Angela Whitter, and Krystina Brimo, real-estate consultant. - Contributed
Businesswoman Heather Wates (left) talks with Joy Clark, Digicel's head for western and central Jamaica. They were among patrons at the 2012 Rose Hall Holiday Ball held on Saturday.
Businesswoman Heather Wates (left) talks with Joy Clark, Digicel's head for western and central Jamaica. They were among patrons at the 2012 Rose Hall Holiday Ball held on Saturday.
Culinary professionals and foodies gathered at the Westender Inn for the Chef's Day-off event by the Caribbean Culinary Network (CCN). Here (from left) Ann Alexander of Anthony Mair Cutlery; Loraine Washington international chef and founder of FitCusine; Sharon Chambers, author and communications specialist; and chef Anthony Mair, international chef and founder of CCN. - Photo by Sheena Gayle.
Culinary professionals and foodies gathered at the Westender Inn for the Chef's Day-off event by the Caribbean Culinary Network (CCN). Here (from left) Ann Alexander of Anthony Mair Cutlery; Loraine Washington international chef and founder of FitCusine; Sharon Chambers, author and communications specialist; and chef Anthony Mair, international chef and founder of CCN. - Photo by Sheena Gayle.


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