All for a worthy cause

Negril Chamber of Commerce stages successful fund-raiser

Thursday, July 19, 2018

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NEGRIL, Westmoreland — The third staging of the Negril Chamber of Commerce's International Food and Wine event unfolded recently on the beautiful white sands of the Boardwalk Village in the resort town.

Guests experienced a variety of international dishes provided by the top chefs from some of Negril's best hotels, restaurants and resorts. Participating hotels included Beaches Negril, Couples Resort, Skylark, RIU Negril, Boardwalk Village, Royalton Negril, Azul Sensatori Negril, Hedonism II, Miss Lily's Restaurant and The Cliffs.

There was a great variety of delicious dishes to select from and to delight taste buds, with a to die for dessert station from Couples Resorts, jerk pork and chicken made with Scotch Boyz line of sauces from Boardwalk Village and BBQ ribs and jerk corn from Miss Lily's. were just some of the many favourites on the night.

Of course, excellent wine pairings were also in the mix, as well as live entertainment from singer Prince J.

The event formed part of the fund-raising efforts of the chamber to assist in the expansion and renovation of the Negril Health Centre, and other projects and charities.

The aim is to make the centre capable of delivering first-class medical care to residents of Negril and visitors.

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