Friday, 7 February 2014

LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOYS: Out and about with Kevin Downswell, Nugent Walker, Omari Edwards, Tajaun Gibbison and Warren Weir

WHIZ KID: Feb. 5, Kingston. A proud moment for Knox College and the wider Clarendon community, 13-year-old champion speller Tajaun Gibbison hoists the Gleaner/Children's Own National Spelling Bee trophy minutes after besting a quality field of contenders to emerge victor inside the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel's ballroom on Wednesday. (Photo: Jamaica Gleaner)

GOT MILK: Feb. 5, Kingston. Joining an ever-increasing list of elite athletes snapped up by corporate Jamaica, Olympian Warren Weir shares a light moment with Sports Minister Natalie Neita-Headley moments after being named brand ambassador for popular dairy company Serge Island Limited at the National Stadium. "My personal motto is 'Be the best you can be'," says Weir, "and it all its activities Serge Island urges youths to be exactly that, so we are properly aligned." (Photo: Skkan Media)

SPECIAL DELIVERY: Feb. 3, Kingston. The Usain Bolt Foundation recently brought some good old cheer to the staff and wards of the Mustard Seed Communities, donating supplies and a sizeable cheque towards the maintenance of operations at the institution. Here, the foundation's Nugent Walker cheekliy mugs for the camera as he presents a gift to one of the wheelchair-bound kids. (Photo: Usain Bolt Foundation)

THINK PINK: Feb. 1, Kingston. Saturday's Youth View Awards (YVAs) at the National Indoor Sports Centre brought out a galaxy of entertainment stars, including crooner Omari Edwards, who was happily on hand representing the reggae-gospel fraternity. (Photo: Ishango Photos)

HIGH NOTE: Feb. 1, Kingston. Gospel was also front and centre at the awards show, thanks to a crowd-pleading performance by singer Kevin Downswell, who reportedly had the house rocking to the strains of his megahit "Stronger." (Photo: Ishango Photos)

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