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Published:Wednesday | June 6, 2018 | 12:00 AM
Founding daughter of Calabash Justine Henzell and her son Dylan Brennan share a moment at Calabash 2018, held in Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth, recently.
Looking quite radiant were Tia Del-Grande (left) and Cathene Wishardt as they strolled through Calabash 2018.
Supreme Ventures Group's, chief financial officer, Dennis Chung (right), shares a laugh with Health Minister Dr Christopher Tufton at the 15th JCS Relay for Life on Saturday, June 2, at the University of Technology. Supreme Ventures Limited was an associate sponsor.
Stephen Drummond (left) and Victor Swift were two of the attorneys feted at the dinner cruise by Douglas Halsall, chairman, Advanced Integrated Systems.
From left: Irwine Clare, managing director, Caribbean Immigrant Services; Willie E Gary and Larry Strauss were all having a grand time.
From left: Michael Buckle; Doug Halsall, chairman, Advanced Integrated Systems; and Wayne Smith share a light moment aboard the 'M/Y Gabby Milan' recently.

A special 'Dinner Cruise' was recently hosted by the chairman of Advanced Integrated Systems, Doug Halsall and Irwine Clare, on behalf of visiting attorneys from the USA, who are representing Michael May aka Flourgon in his law suit against Sony Records and Miley Cyrus. The law team is headed by Jamaican, Stephen Drummond, Esq. Here are some social pics, along with more highlights from Calabash 2018 and the 15th annual Relay for Life.