Something extra

Published: Thursday | July 12, 2012 Comments 0
New president of the Rotary Club, Liguanea Plains, St Andrew, Novlet Green, is beaming. She was installed in a glitzy ceremony and reception at the Pavilion, Terra Nova Hotel, last Saturday. See story in Sunday Gleaner's Outlook magazine. - Contributed
New president of the Rotary Club, Liguanea Plains, St Andrew, Novlet Green, is beaming. She was installed in a glitzy ceremony and reception at the Pavilion, Terra Nova Hotel, last Saturday. See story in Sunday Gleaner's Outlook magazine. - Contributed
Lisa Hanna, minister of youth and culture, strikes a pose in her new LIME Jamaica 50 commemorative jacket presented by Garry Sinclair, LIME managing director. - Contributed
Lisa Hanna, minister of youth and culture, strikes a pose in her new LIME Jamaica 50 commemorative jacket presented by Garry Sinclair, LIME managing director. - Contributed
Krystal Chong (left) and Jodi Stewart-Henriques share company at Behind the Screens series, featuring Tanya Stephens, at Tracks and Records Wednesday night. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Krystal Chong (left) and Jodi Stewart-Henriques share company at Behind the Screens series, featuring Tanya Stephens, at Tracks and Records Wednesday night. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Mrs Mike Fennell, Beverley McKenley, Mike Fennell and P.J. Patterson in conversation at the Calabar Old Boys' Association birthday tribute to Herb McKenley. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
From left: Mrs Mike Fennell, Beverley McKenley, Mike Fennell and P.J. Patterson in conversation at the Calabar Old Boys' Association birthday tribute to Herb McKenley. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Promoter Philip Palmer and Smirnoff's Erica Williams enjoy the happenings at Os.Mo.sis party on Saturday at Fort Charles, Port Royal. - Contributed
Promoter Philip Palmer and Smirnoff's Erica Williams enjoy the happenings at Os.Mo.sis party on Saturday at Fort Charles, Port Royal. - Contributed
Former prime minister and Calabar old boy P.J. Patterson and Beverley McKenley cut the birthday cake in honour of Herb McKenley at Heroes Park on Tuesday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer
Former prime minister and Calabar old boy P.J. Patterson and Beverley McKenley cut the birthday cake in honour of Herb McKenley at Heroes Park on Tuesday. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer

As the nation's 50th anniversary draws closer, corporate Jamaica has been rolling out new products to celebrate this golden achievement. LIME has launched a number of novelty items in honour of this milestone.




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