Nine delegates, have been selected to represent their secondary schools in the fourth Scotiabank National Secondary Schools’ Miss Heritage Pageant, slated for October this year.
The election was done, during an event hosted by the National Heritage Committee at the Murray Heights Hotel last weekend.
Each delegate faced three different panels of Judges in Interview, Impromptu Speech and Talent after which the top nine performers were sashed by Syran Clarke, the Commercial Manager of Scotiabank, the Super Platinum sponsor of the Secondary Schools’ Miss Heritage Pageant 2015.
Keneshia Llewellyn of the St. Vincent Girls’ High School was the overall winner of the Preliminary Competition. Keneshia and Jo-Anne Andrews of the St. Joseph’s Convent Marriaqua were the joint winners of the Best Impromptu Speech. The Best Interview was captured by Rondine Browne, of the St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown and Jakida Olliverre of the Bequia Community High School won the Best Talent.
The nine finalists selected to represent their respective schools in this year’s Miss Heritage Pageant are: Gabricia Yorke of the Bishop’s College Kingstown,
Ulrica Gaymes from the Central Leeward Secondary School, Azinza Browne of the Dr. J.P. Eustace Memorial Secondary School, Terrece John of the Intermediate High School, Julia Lewis of St. Clair Dacon Secondary School and the four category winners, Jakida Ollivierre, of the Bequia Community High School, Rondine Browne, of the St. Joseph’s Convent Kingstown Jo-Anne Andrews of the St. Joseph’s Convent Marriaqua and Keneshia Llewellyn of the Girls High School.