Something extra

Published: Wednesday | January 16, 2013 Comments 0
From left: Michelle Scott, Marsha Williams and Lana Forbes hang out.
From left: Michelle Scott, Marsha Williams and Lana Forbes hang out.
Richard Shaw poses for our camera with Kamala Duncan (left) and Jennifer Daley.
Richard Shaw poses for our camera with Kamala Duncan (left) and Jennifer Daley.
Christopher Chin and Sheridah Clarke enjoying each other's company.
Christopher Chin and Sheridah Clarke enjoying each other's company.
Scotiabank President and CEO Bruce Bowen and wife Suzann make a handsome pair at Scotia Insurance Life Stars Awards. - Photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Scotiabank President and CEO Bruce Bowen and wife Suzann make a handsome pair at Scotia Insurance Life Stars Awards. - Photos by Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Hugh Reid (centre), president of Scotia Jamaica Life Insurance Company, and Bruce Bowen greet Andrea Reid, who emceed the event.
Hugh Reid (centre), president of Scotia Jamaica Life Insurance Company, and Bruce Bowen greet Andrea Reid, who emceed the event.
Having a good time at the Scotia Insurance Life Stars Awards are Suzan Sinclair (left) and and Tessa Archie.
Having a good time at the Scotia Insurance Life Stars Awards are Suzan Sinclair (left) and and Tessa Archie.
Suzann Bowen (centre) shares company with Avril Leonce (right) and Rosemarie Voordouw.
Suzann Bowen (centre) shares company with Avril Leonce (right) and Rosemarie Voordouw.
Top insurance agent Cheryl Dixon (left) shows off her trophy. Sharing the moment is her colleague, Russain Dwyer.
Top insurance agent Cheryl Dixon (left) shows off her trophy. Sharing the moment is her colleague, Russain Dwyer.
Jackie Hamilton (left) poses with Debbie Clue.
Jackie Hamilton (left) poses with Debbie Clue.

 Guests were invited on a mission at the Hilton Rose Hall in Montego Bay last Saturday night. The event promised to be a blast, and it was! Extra brings highlights from this event dubbed 'Operation Golden Eye'.



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