Wednesday, 30 January 2019

SOCIETY, SOCIETY: Philip Paulwell’s sparkling 56th b’day bash + ‘Alice in Wonderland’ charity event launched

JOLLY GOOD FELLOW: The good times rolled and the champagne flowed as MP and PNP comrade Philip Paulwell, family and friends, constituents and well-wishers gathered to celebrate his 56th in Port Royal on January 12. The guest list featured a who’s who of high society, the political sphere, corporate and the public service. Former Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller and Errald Miller were there; the JMEA’s Metry Seaga also showed support, as did businessman Brian ‘Ribbie’ Chung, and several others. There was a pause for cake-cutting duties, plenty of photo-ops, and DJ Squeeze kept the party jumpin’, as he spun the oldies but goodies and the hottest new party-starting anthems.

FOR THE CHILDREN: Whether it’s Shaggy & Friends or some other charity-minded group, initiatives to raise funds to boost the life-saving work of the Bustamante Hospital for Children always draw support from the philanthropists and the social set. Recently, Millsborough Crescent in upper St. Andrew played host to the launch of the hospital’s new Alice in Wonderland charity ’do, being put on by the Friends of the Bustamante Hospital under the patronage of Her Excellency Lady Allen. The attendees included Chorvelle Johnson, Thalia Lyn, Minna Israel, Canadian High Commissioner Laurie Peters, Jacqueline Sharp, Wisynco’s Francois Chalifour, singer and medical doc Mario Evon and Rock Capital’s Ryan Reid.







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