Key West Village resort, the place to be seen in Turks and Caicos

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

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The Key West Village resort was the place to be seen on May 18, 2014 when Gordon 'Butch' Stewart, Sandals Resorts International (SRI) chairman officially launched the latest addition to the Beaches Turks and Caicos mega resort in Providenciales. The beautiful people were out in their numbers and hard-working Jamaica Observer photog Joseph Wellington was there to bring you the personalities:

Hanging out with the boss: Sandals Resorts International (SRI) Chairman Gordon 'Butch' Stewart is happy to oblige Deborah DeSmith (left) of Beach Bum Vacation and Lynn Thomas of Alpha Travel, North Carolina with a photo op.

On lovely foundation: SRI CEO Adams Stewart shares lens space with Heidi Clarke (left), Sandals Foundation executive director and Emilie Peavey of Susan Peavey Travel, Boston.

Beautiful by nature: Bobby Stewart, son of SRI Chairman Gordon 'Butch' Stewart is in the beautiful company of Miss Turks and Caicos Islands 2013, Snwazna Adams.

Lisa and the don: Sandals finance director, Lisa Gomes is being entertained by Beaches Turks and Caicos general manager, Don Dagenais.

...And another Stewart star is born. Sabrina Stewart, daughter of SRI Chairman Gordon 'Butch' Stewart thrilling the crowd with her rendition of John Legend's All of me loves all of you, at the Key West Village Opening ceremony.

For old times sake: Pamela Redwood (right), executive assistant to Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller sharing the moment with

Our moment too: Turks and Caicos Islands Opposition Leader Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson and hubby were on hand to participate in the opening ceremony.

All-white all right: Arlene Lindo, executive assistant to SRI Chairman Gordon 'Butch' Stewart can do no wrong in the evening's all-white theme.

Three the hard way: (From left) Bobby Stewart, Jimmy Bristol, the evening's emcee and Don Lindo share lens time.

A TCI mermaid: This beautiful mermaid is being carried to the opening ceremony by two young men.






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