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Published:Thursday | September 22, 2022 | 12:08 AM
Allison Roofe was appropriately attired in green while out to celebrate Calabar with husband, Michael, whose bow tie and pocket square complemented her look.
Allison Roofe was appropriately attired in green while out to celebrate Calabar with husband, Michael, whose bow tie and pocket square complemented her look.
Michael Collins, manager, Youth Banking Unit,  JN Bank, went for a playful look in stripe pants and a  black dinner jacket.
Michael Collins, manager, Youth Banking Unit, JN Bank, went for a playful look in stripe pants and a black dinner jacket.
Our camera caught proud Calabar old boy Peter Moses (left) in conversation with Karl Johnson, board chairman of Calabar High School.
Our camera caught proud Calabar old boy Peter Moses (left) in conversation with Karl Johnson, board chairman of Calabar High School.
From left: Richard Pandohie, CEO of Seprod,and Terri-Ann and Vishwanauth Tolan were all smiles for our shutterbug.
From left: Richard Pandohie, CEO of Seprod,and Terri-Ann and Vishwanauth Tolan were all smiles for our shutterbug.
The stunning Erica Bartley was snapped in an embrace with David Miller, president of the Calabar Old Boys’ Association.
The stunning Erica Bartley was snapped in an embrace with David Miller, president of the Calabar Old Boys’ Association.
Reverend Dr Howard Gregory (right), Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, and his wife Charmaine greet David Miller, president of the Calabar Old Boys’ Association.
Reverend Dr Howard Gregory (right), Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, and his wife Charmaine greet David Miller, president of the Calabar Old Boys’ Association.
Professor William Aiken was in attendance with his wife, Ella.
Professor William Aiken was in attendance with his wife, Ella.
Anneil Coote-Guiness and Dave Guiness were simply regal.
Anneil Coote-Guiness and Dave Guiness were simply regal.
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Calabar High School marked its 110th anniversary at its annual dinner and awards at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston last Saturday. Celebrating ‘The Utmost for the Highest’, distinguished alumni and their significant others, awardees, well-wishers and special guests donned floor-skimming gowns and dapper tuxedos and suits to ring in the super centennial occasion. Something Extra brings you the highlights.