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Last Saturday the Glenmuir High School graduating class of 2012 hosted their annual ball. Held at The Verandah at Juici Patties in May Pen, the theme for the event was 'Tropical Glamour' and it carried a different programme to the usual graduation ball. The graduates enjoyed entertainment from fellow students and a delicious meal.
The venue portrayed the theme well with palm trees, various other foliage and a small pond building the ambiance which was perfectly complimented by the fashion we saw.
Check out the dresses and suits we spotted and congratulations to the graduates.
These ladies were kind enough to pose for
TEENage before they said grace.
Shauna Fearon looked confident
in this short, ruffled pink dress
with an empire waist. Her outfit
was completed with silver shoes
other quite well
Not only was
dress unique, but it was
quite stunning and she
wore it well as she posed for
Although hiding at first, we
finally got a shot of two of
the night’s chaperones,
Jermaine Allen and Renee
Morgan Meikle was more than
happy to pose for TEENage
showing off a lovely dress in a
unique colour that complemented
Sean Peter King proudly had his date Sasha-
Lee Lewis on his arm as they posed for
TEENage. Her chic pink and black ensemble
went well with his much simpler, but still
This colour co-ordinating couple,
Cushema Weir and Quaid
Williams, looked absolutely
adorable as they posed for the
Debbie-Ann Mitchell strutted confidently in her pink
dress with corset bodice. She added blue accessories to
complete her outfit.
Jamie Rowe (centre) was one lucky guy
standing with Sherice Bramwell (left) and
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