SCRIPPS BOUND - The Gleaner's Children's Own Spelling Bee champion Owayne Rodney relaxed at SuperClubs Breezes hotel as he prepares for the upcoming Scripps National Spelling championship in the United States of America. From left: SuperClubs Breezes hotel Manager Ann-Marie Goffe-Pryce, Primrose Swaby, Owayne Rodney, 1998 Spelling Bee national champion Kathryn Lewis and executive assistant manager at SuperClubs Breezes hotel, Norma Dobson, pose for the camera during last weekend's time of preparation and relaxation at the hotel. Rodney and his party will leave for the Scripps National championship on May 29.
Talk about great genes! Check out the Lees (from left): Tishan, David and future Miss World baby Mia Rose!
Dr Damia Baugh is medicine for the heart as she poses for 'Something Extra' at Sunday's polo match.
POLO POSH - Scotia Private Client Group hosted the Jamaica Open tournament at the Kingston Polo Club on Sunday. Appleton Estate's Chesna Haber (left) and Digicel's Trisha K. Thompson are engrossed in their preferred newspaper at Sunday's Scotia Private Client Group/Jamaica Open at the Kingston polo game. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
The fabulous Melissa Thomas looks swell.
FUNERAL FASHION - It was a fashion parade at the funeral of Montego Bay businessman Peter Pitter at the St John's Methodist Church in Montego Bay last Saturday. Dolly Barber attracted The Gleaner's lens.
Scotiabank's Andrea Lyle is looking fabulous at the funeral celebrating the life of late Montego Bay businessman Peter Pitter at the St John's Methodist Church in Montego Bay last Saturday.
President Barack Obama walks with First Lady Michelle Obama to Air Force One to leave Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland. On Friday Obama took a weekend vacation in Asheville, North Carolina. - AP Photo