Thursday, 24 October 2013

OUT & ABOUT: Sandrea Falconer + Ricardo Gardener + Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce + Warren Weir + Cui Yu Ying + Wykeham McNeil

AYE, CAPTAIN: Oct. 8, Trelawny. Tourism minister Wykeham McNeil takes the floor, as Mickey Mouse looks on, during a welcome-ashore ceremony for the Disney Wonder cruise ship, which made its inaugural call on the Falmouth Pier (the first of five visits for the year) earlier this month. "People know that the company (Disney) is one that tries to have the highest standards and is very discerning," McNeil said. "So Disney coming to Jamaica is a tremendous endorsement of Jamaica." (Photo: Stush)

FOR A GREAT CAUSE: Oct. 16, Kingston. Sprinter and philanthropist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce accepts a hefty sponsorship cheque from Grace Kennedy Limited on behalf of her non-profit, the Pocket Rocket Foundation. Since June, Grace has donated 10 cents from the sale of each can of Grace Vienna sausages to the foundation. (Photo: Grace)

ALL TOGETHER: Oct. 21, Kingston. The organizers of the annual Bell Ziadie Memorial football extravaganza kept their usual Heroes' Day date with Winchester Park at St. George's College, paying tribute to living icons of the sport and bringing together athletic personalities from the worlds of media and entertainment. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

PLAY MAKERS: Oct. 21, Kingston. Former Reggae Boyz skipper Ricardo Gardener (left) and Olympian Warren Weir were among the celebs who laced up to take part in the 2013 Bell Ziadie Memorial on Heroes' Day at St. George's College. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

LIVING HISTORY: Oct. 22, China. Information minister Sandrea Falconer (right) presents a copy of the commemorative publication Jamaica 50 to her Chinese counterpart Cui Yu Ying. Falconer is currently in Asia participating in a summit for information ministers of developing countries being hosted by the Chinese government. (Photo: OPM)





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