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Published:Thursday | April 26, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Tameika Burns, Pan-Caribbean's 2010 team member of the year, shows off a gorgeous bedazzled clutch and navy dress complete with colour-blocked slingback pumps at the 7th annual PanCaribbean Star Awards on Saturday, April 21, at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in Kingston. - Contributed
Ruth Jankee (left) hangs out with programme officer for World Learning, Carrie Barbo, at the Jamaica Epicurean Escape at 19 Carmel Road in Cherry Gardens on Monday. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Jamaican high commissioner-designate to the United Kingdom, Aloun Assamba (left), chats with Jeanette Lewis, public relations manager at Flow, on the opening night of the Reggae Film Festival held at the gardens of The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Wednesday, April 18. Flow partnered with the organisers of the event. - Contributed
Michael Look Tong (left), director of media services at Flow, and Knolly Moses, executive director of Panmedia Limited, catch up at the opening night of the Reggae Film Festival held at the gardens of The Jamaica Pegasus hotel on Wednesday, April 18. - Contributed
Dennis Lalor has the attention of Paula Brown (centre), financial adviser, and Christine Morrison, relationship manager of Scotia Private Clients, at the recent launch of Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament which will be on Sunday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
From left: James Robertson, politician and ace polo player; Lissant Mitchell, CEO, Scotia Investments Jamaica; Karen Kranenburg, polo event coordinator; Lesley Fong-Yee; Christina Taylor of Wyndham Kingston hotel; Roger Grant, senior manager, Scotiabank Private Banking; and Judith Denton of Audi are eagerly awaiting the festivities on Sunday. They were caught on camera at the launch of Scotia Private Client Group Jamaica Open Polo tournament at the Scotiabank Group Financial Centre Constant Spring Road on Tuesday, April 17. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
Loven McCook, regional manager at PanCaribbeanBank, is snapped with Tara Nunes, vice-president, sales and investment services, at the 7th annual PanCaribbean Star Awards last Saturday. - Contributed
From left: Patria-Kaye Aarons, Darlene Black and Claudette Preston enjoy Monday's Jamaica Epicurean Escape in Cherry Gardens. - Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Chris Reckord (left), independent wine consultant and wine educator, receives the Order of Bernardo O'Higgins, the highest state award of Chile presented to foreign citizens, from His Excellency Alfedo Garcia at a recent ceremony. - Contributed
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Come rain or shine, there is always something exciting happening in our little island.