Saturday, 30 August 2014

CLUB VIP: Stars dazzle on the scene from Rose Hall to the Liguanea Club

GOOD LOOKING OUT: August 23, St. James. Helping the homegirl Vivica A. Fox celebrate the big 5-0 on the breezy lawns of the Rose Hall Great House in MoBay on Saturday were head-turners like The Game's Wendy Racquel Robinson and ace designer/stylist to the stars NeaLis McIntosh, who had Robinson all dolled up for the shinding. (Photo: Skkan Media).

GAME CHANGERS: August 23, Kingston. Jamaica's top tennis stars were on show this past weekend as the curtains came down on the Hi-Pro All-Jamaica Senior Tennis Championships at the Liguanea Club. Kingpin Damion Johnson, left, (collecting his trophy from Hi-Pro's Darren Lawrence) was crowned winner of the Men's Open title. (Photo: Skkan Media).

HEAD OF THE CLASS: At company headquarters, Grace Kennedy Group CEO, Don Wehby, (second right) imparted pearls of wisdom to these accomplished students, the 2014 recipients of the Carlton Alexander bursary. From left are Dwayne Campbell, Darienne Spalding, Danielle Griffiths and Brianna Lindo. (Photo: Grace Kennedy).

FAMILY AFFAIR: August 27, Kingston. The sons and grand-daughters of the late Carlton Alexander - Philip, Zoe and Edward - also posed for photographs with Wehby and this year's batch of bursary recipients. (Photo: Grace Kennedy).

WE LIKE IT: August 27, Kingston. Red Stripe's newly launched 2014/15 initiative Drink Right WE I.D. got the thumbs-up from endorsers like Lisa Hanna and Warren Weir, who were both on hand for Wednesday's well-supported launch at Red Stripe HQ. (Photo: Skkan Media).




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