Something extra

Published: Thursday | December 27, 2012 Comments 0
Denny Chandiram (centre), his wife Veena (left) and mother Janki at their annual Christmas party last Sunday.
Denny Chandiram (centre), his wife Veena (left) and mother Janki at their annual Christmas party last Sunday.
From left: Sujata Gidumal, Madu Mahtani, Ranjeet Mahtani and Minali Chandiram share lens time at Denny and Veena Chandiram's Christmas soirée last Sunday at the Lagoons in Montego Bay. - Photos by Janet Silvera
From left: Sujata Gidumal, Madu Mahtani, Ranjeet Mahtani and Minali Chandiram share lens time at Denny and Veena Chandiram's Christmas soirée last Sunday at the Lagoons in Montego Bay. - Photos by Janet Silvera
From left: Kingsley Cooper, Safia Cooper and Justice Hillary Phillips pause for a snapshot.
From left: Kingsley Cooper, Safia Cooper and Justice Hillary Phillips pause for a snapshot.
Shari St John (left), Minna Israel (centre) and Paige Gellineau looking swell at Pulse International's annual Christmas eve party.
Shari St John (left), Minna Israel (centre) and Paige Gellineau looking swell at Pulse International's annual Christmas eve party.
Chantal Raymond was definitely on trend at the party. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Chantal Raymond was definitely on trend at the party. - Photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Denise Walfall, Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell and Dollis Campbell engage in light banter.
From left: Denise Walfall, Energy Minister Phillip Paulwell and Dollis Campbell engage in light banter.


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had the biggest one of all on Christmas Eve. The annual soirée at the elegant Villa Ronai was a blast, and what better way to welcome Christmas Day for the many friends who met, mingled and partied? And over in Montego Bay, another big one was the Chandirams' Christmas do last Sunday at the Lagoons in Montego Bay.





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