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15 Vying for 2014 miss teen jamaica

Tuesday, July 22, 2014    

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NEXT Sunday, 15 high school girls will be vying for the crown of Miss Teen Jamica 2014 at the Courtleigh Auditorium.

The young women, aged 13 to 17 years, from high schools all across the island, will compete for a share of $1 million worth in scholarships to the University College of the Caribbean; and the winner will claim a trip to Florida. Nayanda Dixon completes her reign.

Nickada Plummer, 13 Miss Assign Beauty School (of London)

Faith Campbell, 14 Miss Togra Promotions

Nimoy Bailey, 14, Miss Linval Hardware & Blockmaking (Pt Mrt)

Meca-Gaye Francis, 17 Miss Value Auto Spares

Sashoy Brown, 15 Miss Big Stone Records

Lashane Simms, 17 Miss Brightstar Beauty Salon

Khadeen Johnson, 17 Miss LMH Publishing

Shadae Stephenson, 14 Miss J’SIN Promotions

Kelsey-Jo Sharpe, 17 Miss Singer Jamaica

Codeth Cameron, 15 Miss Aleja Boutique

Annessia Forsythe, 15 Miss Royal Cones

Melinda Levy, 17 Miss Lawson’s Block Making & Hardware

Zalika Francis, 16 Miss Absolute Car Rentals (Bog Walk)

Makayda Codrington, 16 Miss Synergy Engineering

Danaé Dennis, 14 Miss Fay’s on Wheels Restaurant





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