The Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation hosted its 10th annual Unconditional Love dinner dance on Saturday, July 20, in Southampton. The event chair was Jean Shafiroff and the honoree, Aimee Sadler, founder and CEO of Dogs Playing for Life. The event’s host committee included Antonella Bertello, Amy Cosman, Missy Hargraves, Sharon Kerr, and Randi Schatz. The junior chair was Kate McEntee, and junior co-chairs included Kingsley Crawford, Jenny Dwork, and Merritt Piro. Share
Wilford ‘Billy’ Heaven was last night returned for a third successive term as president of the Jamaica Cricket Association (JCA) after seeing off the challenge of Melbourne Cricket Club President Mark Neita at the organisation’s annual general meeting yesterday. Ninety-nine votes were counted at the Medallion Hall Hotel, with confirmation arriving shortly after 8 p.m. that Heaven, who also serves as CEO of the CHASE Fund, had secured a 62-37 majority. Heaven had centred his campaign around what he described as strong governance policy and pointed to several major marketing and commercial projects that are being undertaken by the association. The businessman will now keep control of the island’s cricketing affairs for at least another two years after first being voted into office in 2013.