LUCEA, Hanover— Chief Public Health inspector for Hanover, Derrick Storer, says a recent reduction in budgetary allocation for travelling health workers will have negative implications on the operations of the parish’s health services.
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There were flapper dancers, a jazz band of sorts, guests styling in designs that harked back to the Roaring Twenties, fare by Oji Jaja and shhh, 'a bootleg bar'. Fashion powerhouse Keneea Linton-George was in defiant birthday mode Wednesday last. SO takes you inside the speakeasy.
Inside the speakeasy were Scotiabank President Bruce Bowen
(left), Supreme Ventures President Brian George (centre) and
Digicel commercial director Jason Corrigan.
The flapper-esque pair of reigning
Miss Jamaica World Deanna Robins
(left) and gal pal Gabrielle Miller,
editor at eMedia Interactive.
Digicel husband-and-wife duo Jason
and Aileen Corrigan.
Keneea Linton-George styles alongside her Selena Wong-designed cake.
Providing escort for little sis Teca
Nunes was application specialist
Flapper dancers (from left)
Chelcia Creary of NDTC, Kayon
Wray, an independent dance
professional and Gabrielle Miller
of The Company Dance Theatre.
The choreographer was Stefanie
Thomas of NDTC.
Film-maker Mykal Cushnie, clad in
Carlton Brown, and Donalee Curtis in a
Whitney Port ensemble.
Cha! Cha! Cha!
Camera-ready (from left): Dermot Cribbin, business
solutions implementation manager at Digicel, his
fashion designer wife Juliette Dyke, marketing
consultant Carone Messado and her graphic designer
hubby Terrence Messado. (Photos: Lionel Rookwood)
Flapper girls (from left): Stefanie
Thomas, Keisha Scott, Kaysian
Bourke and Caren Simpson with
birthday girl Keneea Linton-George.
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