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Scenes from the social world in and around Kingston Jamaica.

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Former Prime Minister Edward Seaga, gives us a quick smile before joining Flow president and COO Michelle English (right) and Public Relations Manager, Denise Williams, in presenting the big cheque to the Flow's Champion's Cup's winning team, Boy's Town.
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The Flow family was out in full force at Flow's Champion Cup Finals on Sunday. (From left) Nova Hamilton, Denise Williams, Trace Gayle, and Simone Riley wear their corporate gear with flair!
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These ladies didn't hold back when it came to giving some very vocal support to their team at Flow's Champion Cup Finals.
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The one and only Khadine "Miss Kitty" Hilton flashes a cheeky grin before beginning hosting duties at Sunday's Flow Champion's Cup Finals.
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At Club Privilege, a dolled up Barbie Mudahy (right) does her miniature namesake proud, along with the equally glamourous Trish Macfarlane (left), and Shanoyia Murray.
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Girls just wanna have fun! We caught Amelia "Milk" Sewell (right) partying the night away with a friend, last week at Club Privilege.
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 Mahaish Alexander(left) and Eliane Bailey enjoy a drink and a chat at New Kingston's latest hot spot, Club Privilege.
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 Attendees of the Strawberry Hill event were perhaps some of the first to see the pregnant storm clouds that would later bear welcome fruit over Kingston.
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1 Lisa Gabor (left) and Sally Henzell give a friendly toast of their dice cups before getting down to business at the 5th Annual Strawberry Hill 'High Stakes' Backgammon Tournament.
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2 Yum! Bet you didn't know chocolate ice cream makes the ideal backgammon-watching snack! Julia Vaz-Campbell is clearly in-the-know at Saturday's Strawberry Hill event.
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