ST CATHERINE, Jamaica – Cops assigned to the Linstead Police station in St Catherine say they seized a firearm and several rounds of ammunition in the town on Thursday.
Reports are that between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm police personnel conducted operations in the Clarkes area of the town, During the process an unfinishe ...more »
Lynette Chin-McDaniel, executive agent at Sagicor Life Jamaica, was honoured Monday last by her friend of over 25 years Lorraine Fung for an impressive 36 years in the field of insurance. The Cater-In Salut! dinner party for the proud mother of two also celebrated her daughter Tiffany’s recent graduation from the University of Technology. The exclusive guest list included Sagicor executives Richard Byles, president and CEO and Mark Chisholm, vice-president in Sales — Individual Life Division, as well as Chin-McDaniel’s client of 36 years Lorraine Williams.
Dawn Leyow and Tiffany McDaniel of DEC Events transformed the dining and cocktail area by using colourful lighting, oversized table fixtures and fabric draped beautifully across the ceiling to give the area a Mediterranean feel. Caterer Lorraine Fung prepared a sumptuous Mediterranean-themed dinner, excellently paired with wines and champagnes by Observer’s wine expert Christopher Reckord. Pastry Chef Nicole Shirley created the celebratory cake as well as the desserts. Thursday Life shares an exclusive peek.
The two-tier black forest celebratory
cake designed by Nicole Shirley.
Chin-McDaniel shares cake-cutting duties with Richard Byles,
president and CEO - Sagicor Life Jamaica. (Photos: Marlon Reid)
Dawn Leyow and Lynette’s daughter Tiffany McDaniel of DEC Events
incorporated the evening’s Mediterranean theme into the beautiful decor
Caterer Lorraine Fung prepares the paddle skewered chicken kebabs and
garlic pita bread bites as Pastry Chef Nicole Shirley looks on.
Master of Ceremonies for the evening Rochelle
Cameron (right) shows attorney-at-law Gayle
Walters a message on her phone during the
Paddle-skewered chicken kebabs served with
grilled herbed vegetables.
Freshly grilled garlic pita bread bites.
Lynette shares laughter with Captain Errol Stewart (left) and
Pete Smith, regional financial manager at LIME Jamaica.
Caterer Lorraine Fung (third right) spoke about her friendship with Lynette Chin-McDaniel
(second left) as (from left) Electronics Engineering student David McDaniel, Observer contributor
Christopher Reckord, Observer Senior Associate Editor Novia McDonald-Whyte, Operations
Manager of DEC Events Tiffany McDaniel and Pastry Chef Nicole Shirley share in the moment.
Lobster thermidor served on roasted veggie polenta, embraced with herbed
grilled garden vegetables topped with a cap mushroom stuffed with spicy
crabmeat and garnished with a sprig of rosemary.
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