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Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica, Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.

Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Videographer Jose Walton and Dr. Sherrill Chong hanging out at Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Empress Mullings made a big impression at Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Daughter of the last remaining Wailer "Bunny Wailer" Cen'c love was awesome with her smoothe strumming and tantalising voice at Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Andrew Levy (L) and Claudia Wray got close at Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Nelly Stharre at Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
Colin Hamilton/Freelance Photographer
Poet Adugo Ranglin-Onoura at Womanbition, a term coined from a combination of woman and ambition to encourage women to bring out their innate abilities through self-esteem and confidence, was showcased at the Starapple Gardens on March 8. It was a wonderful evening of music, dance and poetry
featuring artists such as Nelle Stharre, Adugo Ranglin-Onoura, Dr. Sherrill Chong, Cen'c Love, Empress, Queen Ifrica Pam Hall and Tanya Stephens to name a few.
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