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Our Saturday Social lens are trained this week on the kick-off of the mega-party Smirnoff Dream Weekend, now in full swing in Negril. We're also sharing moments from last Sunday's art exhibition at the chic Decor VIII on Hillcrest Avenue. The exhibition, which features the works of some 50 female artists, was also a tribute to Dr Olive Lewin, founder of the Jamaican Folk Singers.
(Photos: Naphtali Junior)
Girlfriends (from left) Alicia Steward, Samantha Whelan and Ana La Belle greeted
our lens with smiles at the Smirnoff Dream Live concert at Cayenne Beach Negril
Kellie Molyneaux (left) and Bridget Hamilton were spotted enjoying the action at
last Wednesday’s Smirnoff Dream Live concert.
Chancellor of the University of Technology Edward Seaga
greets Olive Lewin, the special honouree at the launch of
Decor VIII’s art exhibition, titled “50 Years of Female Art”.
Feeling the Jamaica 50 spirit, OB/GYN Olivia McDonald
showed us her Rock-inspired fan.
Young Jeremy Knight was seen walking his dog in the courtyard at the Decor VIII event last Sunday.
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