Charlestown-Nevis-Following up on her successful hosting of what has been popularly dubbed ‘Tricalia’s camp,’ Miss Tricia Williams of Brown Hill, is embarking on yet another campaign which involves the development of young children.
Miss Williams and her hard working team of assistants, will be hosting the first ever ‘Miss Virtues Pageant’.
This event will feature four little lasses, all under the age of eleven. Incidentally, they all currently attend the Ivor Walters Primary school and so on Monday 12th November, the four contestants were formerly introduced to the general public, during the morning assembly session at that school.
Each contestant will feature a specific virtue and Miss Williams noted that the intention is for these girls to research these virtues and make them a part of their everyday lives.
She is also hoping that whatever is presented during the course of the grand show, will have a similar impact on the entire viewing audience.
The contestants are:
Contestant number 1: Miss HONESTY –Jayisha Christopher
Contestant number 2: Miss RESPECT-Shaquanna Bijader
Contestant number 3: Miss PEACE-Shevoncia Browne
Contestant number 4: Miss PATIENCE-Kenza Daniel.
The show will be staged at NEPAC on Saturday 1st December and commences at 7.15 pm SHARP.
Tickets at the door will be going at $25.00 adults and $20.00 children
Pre-sold tickets at $20.00 adults and $15.00 for children.
There is also a special offer of $10.00 for the first 40 campers from the Tricalia’s camp and the first 30 students from the Ivor Walters Primary School.