Monday, 24 June 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Chris Gayle + Lisa Hanna + Daniel Sturridge + Dr. Kenneth Baugh + Veerle Poupeye + Assassin + Keneea Linton-George + W. Billy Heaven + Tahnida Nunes + PM Portia Simpson-Miller

GROUND WORK: June 21, St. Catherine. PM Portia Simpson-Miller, alongside youth and culture minister, Lisa Hanna, and CHASE Fund CEO, W. Billy Heaven (left), participate in the groundbreaking for the construction of the new $24-million Marlie Hill Basic School in Bellefield. Member of Parliament for West Central St. Catherine, Dr. Kenneth Baugh (right), and members of the community were also in attendance. (Photo: JIS)

A CUT ABOVE: June 22, Kingston. Showrunner Keneea Linton-George assists Season 3 winner Theodore Elyett in cutting his custom-designed cake at the Mission Catwalk finale viewing party inside the Acropolis Gaming Lounge on the weekend. Elyett, who hails from The Bahamas, is the first non-Jamaican winner of the fashion reality series/competition. (Photo: Skkan Media)

SHOT CALLERS: June 18, Kingston. The heavyweights, like veteran sportsman Chris Gayle (right) and ace deejay Assassin, turned up in their numbers at Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records last Tuesday night for the Capleton edition of Behind The Screen. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

CREATIVE FORCE: June 22, Kingston. Emphasizing the importance of fostering art appreciation among the youth, the National Gallery's executive director Veerle Poupeye gives her remarks during Saturday's opening of the Art'It children's art exhibition at the UDC Information Centre. (Photo: TALLAWAH)

IT TAKES A VILLAGE: June 22, St. Catherine. England-based soccer star Daniel Sturridge (2nd left), who plays for Liverpool FC, in partnership with Digicel (represented here by sponsorship manager Tahnida Nunes, centre), on Saturday threw a well-supported family fun day on the grounds of the Faith Basic School in Waterford, where a hefty cheque donation was made to the early childhood institution. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

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