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Out and About

Published:Friday | June 27, 2014 | 12:00 AM
From left: Denise McLaughlin, Jillian Armstead, and Amelia Browne smile for our lens during the COJO garden summer soirée. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
The evening's host, Dalbert Daley (right), joins (from left) Vincent Hosang, Ann-Marie Grant, and Sabrina HoSang for a quick photo op. - Gladstone Taylor/Photographer
Royanne DeSilva was a sight to behold in this green velvet ensemble at the Dream Weekend launch at The Jamaica Pegasus. - Colin Hamilton/Photographer
Wearing different shades of blue at Tuesday night's launch of Dream Weekend are William Greenwood (left) and Kamal Bankay. - Colin Hamilton/Photographer
Gizel McKellar (left) and Shavon Duke playfully depict a bicycle tour of England, 1996 champions of the FIFA World Cup. On Friday, June 20, team members of Sagicor Group Jamaica participated in the company's second Sagicor Cup competition where departments creatively depicted their World Cup team of choice. Team Australia came out on top with 98 points and a cash prize of $50,000 after being reviewed by a panel of judges. - Contributed
Omar Walker (right) and Shanoya Johnson watch the World Cup football match between the USA and Germany at the Chinese Benevolent Association in Kingston on Thursday. - Ian Allen/Staff Photographer
Don Wehby, CEO of the GraceKennedy Group Limited, gives an ear to an excited Ascot Primary’s Julianne Dawkins after her team won the Western Union Primary Schools’ debate. Ascot Primary defeated George Headley Primary in the recent finals of the competition which is part of GraceKennedy Money Services IPLEDGE initiative, which means ‘I Promise to Lend Encouragement to Develop Growth in Education’.
Testina Williams, aged 100 years (left), and May Clark, 105 years (right), both from Brainerd, St Mary, recently shared their milestone moment with Councillor Richard Creary of the Richmond division in St Mary.
Cedric Blair, managing director at Red Stripe, was in the thick of things as he enjoyed the match between Argentina and Bosnia at Ribbiz Ultra Lounge on Sunday, June 15.
Diana Brown (left), president of the Port Authority of Jamaica Sports and Social Club, and Jacqueline Wilson, a matron from the St James Infirmary, pose with the laptop donated by LIME Jamaica to the infirmary after the Association of Sports and Cultural Clubs of Caribbean Port Authorities Port Games community project on June 6.

Our lens was out this week catching the scenes from a number of events across the corporate area; Dream Weekend launch at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel and the World Cup fever at SportsMax Sports Zone. We were also in NYC for the Children of Jamaica Outreach (Cojo) Summer Soirée charity garden party.