Sunday, 14 April 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Edward Seaga + Christopher Jarrett + PM Simpson-Miller + Kingsley Cooper + Jacqueline Johnson + Nicola Madden Greig + Ian Boyne + Camille Needham + Jeneil Williams

MODEL CITIZENS: Apr. 12, St. Andrew. Fresh from a whirlwind series of overseas assignments, in-demand Jamaican supermodel Jeneil Williams flew into the island to join in last Thursday's observance of Jeneil Williams Day and to visit with the likes of PM Portia Simpson-Miller (alongside Pulse boss Kingsley Cooper) at Jamaica House on Friday morning. During the courtesy call, the PM praised Jeneil's unprecedented achievements in fashion modelling and congratulated her on her inspirational move from humble beginnings to world-class status, further noting that she's looking forward to her becoming the world's top-ranked supermodel. (Photo: Pulse)

CHEQUING IN: Apr. 9, Kingston. Local charity body Food for the Poor was one of four entities to benefit from the JHTA Kingston City Run, which took place last month. The run, which had both local and international participants, earned some $2 million. Here, executive director Jacqueline Johnson (second left) accepts a donation of $500,000 from members of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) Kingston City Run Committee. Presenting the cheque are JHTA Chair, Nicola Madden Greig (left); Executive Director of JHTA, Camille Needham; and race director, Christopher Jarrett(Photo: ProComm)

PAGE BY PAGE: Apr. 10, St. Andrew. The conference hall at King's House was teeming with dignitaries and folks alike from numerous sectors, who came out to show support for the launch of Ian Boyne's new book, Profiles of Excellence, which the award-winning journalist co-wrote with motivational speaker Glenford Smith. Here, Boyne interests former Jamaican Prime Minister Edward Seaga in a few passages from the book, a compendium of 26 years of interview notes, success tips and more from Boyne's long-running show Profile(Photo: Skkan Media)

LET'S FACE IT: Apr. 10, St. Andrew. PM Portia Simpson-Miller, a longtime friend of Ian Boyne, was also in attendance at the book launch, spotted sharing a warm, congratulatory look with the author-columnist during the event. (Photo: Skkan Media)




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