St. Kitts High School Student Wins Miss Labour Pageant

Miss Teen Labor - Zaiesha Joseph

Miss Teen Labor – Zaiesha Joseph
Photo By Erasmus Williams

Basseterre, St. Kitts – Nevis
May 03, 2011 (CUOPM)

A 16-year-old Verchilds High School student, Zaiesha Joseph walked away with the coveted and prestigious title of Miss Labour 2011-2012 title on Saturday night.

Miss Joseph, representing St. Christopher 4 Constituency (Challengers to New Guinea) also won the Best Promotional Speech with 180.5 points and Best Evening Wear with 94 points.

Joseph, whose older sister, Zionshaw, is the 2010 Miss Back to Roots of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC), amassed a total of 443 points.

First runner-up was 19-year-old Performing Arts Teacher at the Immaculate Conception Catholic School, Davina Doras-Cranstoun, representing Constituency One (East Basseterre), who received a total of 443 points.

Second runner-up went to 17-year-old Charles E. Mills Secondary School student, Jackiema Flemming, who represented St. Christopher 5 (Sandy Point/Fig Tree). She received 404 points and also won the Best Performing Talent segment with 124.5 points.

Third runner-up position went to Vekeich Connor, a 14-year-old student at the Charles E. Mills Secondary School, who received 386.5 points. She represented St. Christopher 6 (Newton Ground to Harris).

The Best Creative Wear category was won by 18-year-old Nakita James, representing Constituency 2 (Central Basseterre) with a total of 117 points.

The other contestants were 15-year-old Washington Archibald High School student, Crystal Boyles, representing Constituency #3 (West Basseterre);  16-year-old Sheniqua Cannonier, a student at the Cayon High School representing Constituency # 7 (Ottley’s Lodge/Belle Vue) and Constituency # 8 (Ottley’s/St. Peter’s) representative 19-year-old Zarema Pemberton, a student at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC).

National Political Leader of the governing St. Kitts-Nevis Labour Party and Prime Minister of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis, Hon. Dr. Denzil L. Douglas assisted by the 2010-2011 Miss Labour, Jannie Browne.

The contestants used straws, macaroni, roses, condoms, coconut palm, cactus and surgical gloves in the creative wear segment.

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