Wednesday, 9 November 2016

ON THE SCENE: Highlights from Youth Month launch, Hennessy’s ‘Renaissance’ bash, Asafa’s KPH donation, and more

WORTHY CAUSE: Oct. 28, Kingston. Thanks to generous contributions from fans and other do-gooders, sprint ace Asafa Powell raised an impressive $560,000, which he has donated to the Kingston Public Hospital’s 'Spread a Bed for KPH' initiative. A formal handing-over took place at the hospital, where Powell presented administrators with a symbolic cheque. (Photo: Asafa Powell)

THREE'S COMPANY: Oct. 29, St. Andrew. The Devonshire at Devon House provided a cool setting for last weekend’s launch of the activities that have been planned for Youth Month 2016. Education, Youth and Information minister Ruel Reid was in attendance, of course, and shared lens time with this pair of fresh-faced ambassadors, after delivering his address to the gathering. (Photo: Stush)

FLOYD'S MOTION: Oct. 29, St. Andrew. The launch of Youth Month 2016 was a high-energy affair, and state minister Floyd Green was among those showing off the latest dance moves, as ace deejay Ding Dong entertained the crowd. With a diverse mix of activities scheduled for November, this year’s Youth Month is being observed under the theme “E=MC2 – Empowering Youth.” (Photo: Stush)

DUET: Nov. 3, Kingston. The couple that plays together stays together. Ready TV’s Chris Dehring and his ever-supportive wife Katia Almeida made it a date night, adding some star power to the recent staging of Triple Thursdays at Chris Gayle’s New Kingston hotspot Triple Century. Cute pair! (Photo: Skkan Media)

SHOT CALLERS: Nov. 5, Kingston. The Marketplace was party central for high society on the weekend, as the Hennessy-hosted bash ‘The Renaissance’ drew a massive turnout to the sparkling music-and-booze affair. Dancehall kingpin Rodney ‘Bounty Killer’ Price (right) and Business Access TV boss Garth Walker were among the famous faces who put in appearances. (Photo: Sleek)






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