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Published:Thursday | January 10, 2013 | 12:00 AM
Natalie Neita-Headley, minister of state in the Ministry of Sports, could not help but cuddle up next to the statuesque and pleasant legend, Olympian and Male Athlete of the Year Usain Bolt, inside the Terra Nova's Venetian Suite. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Hugh Reid (left), president of Scotia Insurance, greets and exchanges a broad grin with Olympian Michael Frater at the Scotiabank Golden Cleats Awards Luncheon. That must have been some punchline! - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Kim Lee (left), senior marketing manager at LIME, and Minister Natalie Neita-Headley try their luck with the Gangnam Style dance during the launch of Dancin' Dynamites at Sinclair's Bargain Centre, Linstead, recently.
The talented Snoop Lion, who found epiphany in Jamaica recently when he declared his new calling into the Rastafarian religion, passed through Club MoBay on Tuesday. Here, he poses with Customer service manager Damien Kerr. - Contributed
Half Moon managers made a new-year call on the Gleaner's Western Bureau staff on Wednesday, January 9. Here, Hotel Manager Shernette Crichton (left) and Marketing and Communications Manager Diandra Shand present a gift bag of wines to Editorial Supervisor Adrian Frater. - PHOTO BY Nathan Clarke
It was a day of good friends, great wine and tasty food as Dacia Smith (left) and Tameka Bryce celebrated the new year at an intimate soirée in Rhyne Park, Rose Hall, in Montego Bay on Sunday. - PHOTO BY Janet Silvera

We are still on a high celebrating with Olympians Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce who were awarded the Male and Female Athlete of the year awards at Scotiabank's Golden Cleats Awards Luncheon on Tuesday. We have a few special moments from the West and the recently renamed Snoop Lion was on the rock and stopped by Club MoBay. Dancin' Dynamites is on the verge to hit our screens soon, and we have pics.