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Party with Penny Under The Trees

By JOAN RAMPERSAD Saturday, February 16 2013

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A section of the crowd with their hands in the air....
A section of the crowd with their hands in the air....

It was another rocking all-inclusive party hosted by former Miss Universe Janelle Penny Commissiong-Chow at Hotel Normandy on Carnival Saturday.

As patrons stepped into the venue, they couldn’t help but start to dance as DJs Howie T, and Hurricane George played a mix of popular festival music both from the past and the present.

The party attracted a number of high profile personalities including outgoing president of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, George Maxwell Richards and Dr Jean Ramjohn-Richards, Chinese Ambassador Yang Youming, Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley and his wife Sharon, Professor Selwyn Ryan and his wife Jan, and Ken Butcher and his wife Pat.

After from the jumping music from the deejays, live entertainment came from Dexter “Blaxx” Stewart, who only the day before was placed third in the Groovy Soca Monarch competition. When he asked patrons if they thought he ought to have been the winner, they said yes. Blaxx then sang a string of his hits, ending his stint on stage with his popular competition song, “Leh Go”. The crowd loved it.

Live action also came from 3Veni and KI who kept partygoers in that festive mood.Apart from the jumping music from the deejays, live entertainment came from Dexter “Blaxx” Stewart, who only the day before was placed third in the Groovy Soca Monarch competition. When he asked patrons if they thought he ought to have been the winner, they said yes. Blaxx then sang a string of his hits, ending his stint on stage with his popular competition song, “Leh Go”. The crowd loved it.

Live action also came from 3Veni and KI who kept partygoers in that festive mood. Proceeds from the event were donated to a worthy cause.

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