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Something extra

Published:Monday | April 5, 2010 | 12:00 AM
Tamara Christie (in grey, back row second right) of the Jamaica Tourist Board with some of the performers at the recent international night held in Atlanta, Georgia. - Contributed
Carmela Azan (left) and Yulit Gordon at the March 27 'Dress for Success', Jamaica's first suit drive to raise donations to outfit those women who are looking to launch their careers. It was held at Angela's Boutique, St Andrew. - Contributed
From left: Patrick Hylton (left) National Commercial Bank (NCB) group managing director chit-chats with team members Rickert Allen and Belinda Williams before hosting clients and customers to dinner by world-famous Nobu Restaurant at Strawberry Hill, St. Andrew last Thursday night. - Winston Sill / Freelance Photographer
The always fashionable Barbara Hume of National Commercial Bank (NCB) poses for Something Extra. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
A mere fractured foot could not keep J.Wray and Nephew's Marilyn Bennett from the NCB-hosted Nobu Restaurant experience. Sheree Martin (back, (left) and Belinda Williams watch her progress. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Andrew Rousseau (right) and Liz Solms (centre) enjoy Appleton Estate cocktails while Island Outpost's Melissa Eldemire looks on, at the Nobu dinner at Strawberry Hill. - Contributed
The hotel of choice during the Champs weekend for Ato Boldon, former Trinidadian Olympian, was the Spanish Court Hotel, as he relaxes for a chat with the hotel's general manager, Lee-Ann Godfrey.
Michelle Crumback and fiancé Dr Curtis Stone from Calgary, Canada, photographed on their Jamaican vacation recently. The vacation came a week before she celebrated her birthday and three weeks before they tied the knot in Mexico on the Mayan Riviera. - Contributed
Richard Byles (left), chairman and Donovan Perkins, president and chief executive officer of Pan Caribbean Financial Services, seen here with Annastacia Gayle of the Mandeville branch. She was the recipient of two awards at the PanCariibean Star Awards 2010 - Best in Customer Care and the Extra Mile Award for her display of utmost care to an ailing client that came to do business at her branch.

Last week was all about Nobu Restaurant's domination of the culinary landscape. What a memorable feast it was for all! Well done, Suzie Berry. We can't wait for more!