Hanover Festival Queen sashed
Finalists in this year’s Hanover Festival Queen contest (from left) Jadeya Burgher, Miss LYL Ultrasound Centre; Valecia Vassell, Miss Actions Photography; Audriana Garricks, Miss Drive Your Dream; Teassica Williams, Miss Baywest Wellness Clinic Ltd; Celine Richardson, Miss Tano Trucking Services; Brianna Johnson, Miss City Optical; Marieka Shaw, Miss Seaview Pharmacy; and Daniela Walker, Miss Global Villa Hotel, pose for a photo after they were sashed during a ceremony held at the Bustamante Square in Lucea in the parish recently.The coronation show will be held on Saturday, June 25 at the Rusea’s High School campus 1 auditorium, starting at 8:00 pm.Tickets for the show are available free of cost at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) office in Lucea. (Photo: Anthony Lewis)

Finalists in this year’s Hanover Festival Queen contest (from left) Jadeya Burgher, Miss LYL Ultrasound Centre; Valecia Vassell, Miss Actions Photography; Audriana Garricks, Miss Drive Your Dream; Teassica Williams, Miss Baywest Wellness Clinic Ltd; Celine Richardson, Miss Tano Trucking Services; Brianna Johnson, Miss City Optical; Marieka Shaw, Miss Seaview Pharmacy; and Daniela Walker, Miss Global Villa Hotel, pose for a photo after they were sashed during a ceremony held at the Bustamante Square in Lucea in the parish recently.

The coronation show will be held on Saturday, June 25 at the Rusea’s High School campus 1 auditorium, starting at 8:00 pm.

Tickets for the show are available free of cost at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) office in Lucea.

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