Fourteen to compete in 2018 Scotiabank Mr and Miss Teenage Pageant

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Fourteen contestants from 11 secondary schools across the twin island state will vie for the coveted titles of Mr. and Miss Teenage Pageant 2018, this evening at Carnival City.
The participants are: Ms. Sheronia McAlmont – Christ the King High School; Mr. Romario Hughes – Jennings Secondary School; Ms. Rhea Watkins – St. Anthony’s Secondary School; Ms. Alisha Alie – All Saints Secondary School; Ms. Kemeisha Whyte – Ottos Comprehensive School; Mr. Dwayne Jacobs – Sir Novelle Richards Academy; Ms. Stanicia Rodgers – Glanvilles Secondary School; Ms. Sierra Letlow – Clare Hall Secondary School; Ms. Kayla Massicot – Jennings Secondary School; Ms. Kerriann Thomas – Pares Secondary School; Mr. Glenfield Brann – St. Mary’s Secondary School; Mr. Mjolnor Messiah – St Joseph’s Academy; Mr. Zenniel Bethune – Glanvilles Secondary School; and Ms. Chinel Johnson – Sir Novelle Richards Academy.
“Living the Dream” is the theme of the pageant, which is being sponsored by Scotiabank.
The 2018 contestants of the Scotiabank Mr. and Miss Teenage Pageant were officially introduced during a presentation with title sponsor, Scotiabank, on Tuesday July 10.
During the introduction, Scotiabank representative Blair Rose, emphasised the bank’s continued commitment to youth and development of cultural arts in Antigua and Barbuda after being the title sponsor of the pageant for four years, and formerly the title sponsor for the Carnival Opening Parade for 11 years.

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