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Ten vie to be Corporate Area Festival Queen

Friday, May 17, 2019

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Come June 9, 10 young ladies will compete for the Miss Kingston and St Andrew Festival Queen 2019 title at the Little Theatre in St Andrew.

A signature programme of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission, the coronation show will be held under the patronage of Mayor of Kingston and St Andrew Councillor Delroy Williams, and will be held under the theme: “Strong Jamaican Woman: Woman of Culture”.

The contestants were officially introduced at a reception held at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre and the competition was officially launched.

The contestants were also sashed by their respective sponsors.

Seen here: (From left) Sadia Blake, Miss PTG Electrical Building Solutions; Anna Kay Hudson, Miss Kingston & St Andrew Municipal Corporation; Natasia Reid, Miss COK Sodality Co-op Credit Union Ltd; Shakira Bennett, Miss FMA Customs Brokers; Mayor Williams; Georgian Morrison, Miss Promo Biz Marketing & Events Solutions Ltd; Sashana Russell, Miss Lady's Restaurant & Catering Services; deputy mayor, Councillor Winston Ennis; Paige Dixon, Miss Grace Springtime; Kerry Ann Powell, Miss Dobby's Hide Away Bar & Grill; Rasheeda Murphy, Miss Dream Wedding Services and Ornella McFarlane, Miss Singram Medical Services.

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