Thu | Jul 29, 2021

Something extra

Published:Wednesday | March 28, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Melissa Dukharan chose this beautiful floral halter maxi for the Hindu Indian-style wedding ceremony of Jayant Thakur and Shanti Badaloo last Saturday. - photos by Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Niall and Sasha Sheehy are also out for the joyous celebration of the wedding ceremony of Jayant Thakur and Shanti Badaloo at Mona Visitors' Lodge, University of the West Indies, Mona campus, last Saturday.
Indian dancers take a break for the wedding, Chantalle (left) Biersay and Rachelle Biersay.
The Digicel Girls and dancers take time out to pose for a picture during Digicel's Night at Bacchanal Fridays at Mas Camp, on Friday, March 23. - Contributed photos
Mark Linehan (left), Digicel Jamaica's CEO, hangs out with guest performer from Trinidad, Shurwayne Winchester, after his electrifying performance at Mas Camp for Digicel's Night at Bacchanal Fridays.
Michael DeLisser poses with Jackie James at his parents' Roy and Joyce DeLisser's 50th anniversary wedding party at the Ironshore Golf Course in Montego Bay last Saturday. See details in Sunday's Outlook. - Photo by Janet Silvera
Scotiabank launches Lion Fish Project: President and Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank, Bruce Bowen (left), listens attentively as director of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Centre for Marine Sciences, Professor Dale Webber (right), emphasises a point. Occasion was the launch of the Scotiabank Group's 'Scotia Goes Green On Lion Fish: Let's Eat Them to Beat Them' campaign on March 22, at the UWI Port Royal Marine Laboratory and Biodiversity Centre. Also listening (from second left) are South African High Commissioner to Jamaica Mathu Joyini, and principal, UWI, Mona campus, Professor Gordon Shirley. - JIS
Gary Hendrickson has a hug for birthday girl Deika Morrison at her 40th birthday with family and friends at Bin 26, Devon House, Hope Road, on Wednesday, March 21. See details in Sunday's Outlook. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

 It's still Bacchanal time and much more in beautiful Jamaica.



CAPTION: Scotiabank launches Lion Fish Project: President and Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank, Bruce Bowen (left), listens attentively as director of the University of the West Indies (UWI) Centre for Marine Sciences, Professor Dale Webber (right), emphasises a point. Occasion was the launch of the Scotiabank Group's 'Scotia Goes Green On Lion Fish: Let's Eat Them to Beat Them' campaign on March 22, at the UWI Port Royal Marine Laboratory and Biodiversity Centre. Also listening (from second left) are South African High Commissioner to Jamaica Mathu Joyini, and principal, UWI, Mona campus, Professor Gordon Shirley. - JIS