Monday, 8 July 2013

SCENE & HEARD: Safiya Cooper + Stephen Miller + Juliet Cuthbert Flynn + Tahnida Nunes + Chino McGregor + Tshani Jaja + Evon Benjamin + Miss Kitty + LeVaughn Flynn + Patrice McHugh + Yendi Phillipps

CHEQUING IN: July 5, Kingston. Emerging as second-place finishers (out of 30 schools) in this year's Jamaica Yellow Pages Recycle and Win competition, Half Way Tree Primary secured a cheque valued at $25,000 (being presented here to principal Carol O'Connor Clarke (left) by Tshani Jaja), a brand-new state-of-the-art desktop computer and a free party for the class that managed to collect the most directories for the school. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

JOB WELL DONE: July 5, Kingston. Mobile giants Digicel previewed its 2013 high-school disc-jockey competition on the weekend with a vibrant launch that featured dozens of enthusiastic participants showing off their "skills" and earning prizes for their efforts. Above, sponsorship manager Tahnida Nunes shares lens time with a pair of prize winners. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

TEAM PLAYERS: July 5, Kingston. Brand ambassador Miss Kitty (seen here with another prize recipient) emceed the recent launch of Digicel's high-school disc-jockey competition, which will officially get going in September. Students from 16 schools from across Jamaica will compete for attractive prizes in the contest, which is scheduled to run for 15 weeks. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

CUSTOMER CARE: July 6, Kingston. In true customer appreciation style, telecomms firm LIME has been doiling out cash to winners of its exciting Lucky Number Promotion, in which LIME users can win the first five digits of their mobile numbers in cash. Here, sponsorship manager Stephen Miller (centre) hangs with jubilant Week 4 winners (from left) Velma Blake, Sylvia Nembhard, Tasheba Welsh, Debbie Henlon, Raelene Wright and Cameel Cameron. (Photo: LIME)

THE CAMERA LOVES THEM: July 7, Kingston. With a mix of social scene habitues, gourmet cuisine, and great music, Cabana City Reserve, sponsored by Digicel, brought a flurry of energy and refined excitement to the Kingston Waterfront on Sunday. Radiant it girls Safiya Cooper (left) and Patrice McHugh looked lovely in their simplistic, stylish get-ups. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

FRESH AIR: July 7, Kingston. Still glowing from the bliss of their recent north-coast nuptials, newlyweds LeVaughn Flynn and Juliet Cuthbert Flynn (left) were spotted chatting up another guest at Sunday's Cabana City Reserve. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

THE BIG REVEAL: July 7, Kingston. Digicel-endorsed events are known for bringing together the likes of ambassador Yendi Phillipps, Chino McGregor, and such company faces as Nunes and Evon Benjamin (left) -- who were all in the fab mix at Cabana City Reserve, pitching in to select a winner of a new Samsung Galaxy S4, courtesy of the mobile company. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

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