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Father's Day 'Rock and Roll'

By Alicia Sutherland

Monday, June 30, 2014    

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MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Men from across the island were on Sunday, June 15 — the day dedicated to fathers — celebrated at an inaugural Father's Day Luncheon Garden Party organised by ThelKar Communications.

Retired Senior Superintendent of Police Reneto Adams, President of Northern Caribbean University Dr Trevor Gardner and political commentator Kevin O'Brien Chang were among those who shed their regular roles for the afternoon to entertain the audience with different genres of music.

Along with female guest performers Beverley East, graphologist, and Theresa Noel-Belasco of the High Commission for Trinidad and Tobago, the performers took turns entertaining the audience, backed by Merritone Disco and Mikey Thompson of Kool 97 FM.

The intimate gathering at the new Golf View Gardens on Caledonia Road in Mandeville satisfied their taste buds with delights from Star Grill caterers.

Star Grill and Patmore Hardware were sponsors, Rum-Bar Rum provided complimentary drinks and Fontana Pharmacy made a donation towards the staging of the event.

Part-proceeds from the Father's Day Luncheon and Garden Party will go towards purchasing an ID card-making machine for Brooks Park.

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