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Andrew Desnoes, chief operations officer of J. Wray and Nephew, towers over Christina Kim, pro-golfer, and Trisha Thompson of Digicel enjoying the prize-giving at the Pro Amateur awards golf tournament last week in Montego Bay. - Contributed
Exchanging glances: A radiant Susan Taylor and her husband, Khephra Burns, arrive for the Mico University Alumni Association biennial gold medal awards banquet. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
The always lovely Maria Jones, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports, arrives for the Mico University Alumni Association banquet.
Winner of the LPGA 2009 Classic Yani Tseng (left), with Claro's Marketing Officer Lotoy Williams during last Thursday's Mojo LPGA Golf Tournament at Cinnamon Hill Montego Bay. Tseng, at age 19, was the youngest player to win an LPGA Championship and the second youngest to win an LPGA major. On March 29, 2009, Tseng became the fastest player in LPGA history to reach the $2-million mark in career earnings.

Editor-in-chief emeritus of Essence Magazine left much food for thought during Saturday night's Mico University Alumni Association biennial gold medal awards banquet, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel, New Kingston. Read all the details in Sunday's Outlook Magazine.