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Kayla Benjamin crowned queen at inaugural Miss Heritage Pageant

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by Eulana Weekes

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Miss Independence Square Kayla Benjamin claimed the Queen title at the inaugural Miss Heritage Pageant hosted by the Saddlers Secondary School on Saturday night, March 04, 2023.

Benjamin was crowned by Parliamentary Representative for Constituency Number 6, the Right Hon. Dr. Denzil Llewellyn Douglas.

The first runner-up position was awarded to Contestant Number 4, Miss Brimstone Hill, Christina Rittie, whilst second runner-up was awarded to Contestant Number 1 Adrianna Bergan, Miss Berkeley Memorial.

The other Contestants were Miss Black Rocks, Alysha Palmer and Juvecia Finch, Miss Caribelle Batik.

On their journey to Pageant night, the contestants were engaged in several personal development sessions and bonding moments.

Carnival Teen Queen Takyla-Hart Johnson met with the contestants and shared tips on how to boost their confidence on Pageant night. Former Miss National Carnival Queen Kaeve “Mimi” Armstrong engaged the contestants in a Self-Care Development session.

Additionally, the Saddlers Secondary School’s Guidance Counselor, Everlene Forbes enlightened the contestants about self confidence and emotional well being while Miss Sybil Welsh shared interview tips with them.

The contestants also had an opportunity to bond at a lunch hosted at Kittitian Hill and a live interview on Good Morning SKN.

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