September 21, 2020

Miss Cayman’s beauty with a purpose

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Miss Cayman contestants are ready for their close-up at this weekend’s final event.

iNews spoke to the beautiful hopefuls to find out how they felt about  the possibility of representing their country.

Miss Cayman contestants are ready for their close-up at this weekend’s final event.

iNews spoke to the beautiful hopefuls to find out how they felt about  the possibility of representing their country.

Jessica Ebanks, 24, “ It’s a great opportunity for me to exemplify what I have to offer as a young educated and determined Caymanian. Being able to represent at an international level gives me the empowerment and will to portray my country in a positive way.”

Cassianne Lawrence 21, “For me to be in Miss Cayman is an amazing opportunity just to be apart of the pageant as a contestant. Not a lot of girls have the opportunity to say I was a Miss Cayman contestant and I believe this can mold me as a woman.

Hettie-Ann Dunbar, 19, “ I feel happy that I can be apart of miss Cayman 2011/2012 it has helped to boost my confidence, helped me to be more-outgoing and every step has been a learning experience.”

Crystal Tomlinson, 23, “ This has been a very exciting experience and a great opportunity for young Caymanian women. The role of Miss Cayman is very important for whoever wins and a very great privilege.

Lindsay Japal, 23, “ This is an incredible honor to be apart of Miss Cayman and a huge privilege not only on a national level but as well as an international level to represent.

Alyssa Christian, 21, “It has been an awesome experience and I am honored to be a contestant as a possible candidate to represent my country. I would be very honored if I won to represent both locally and abroad. I would take my position very seriously.”

Jadine Swanson, 20, “It has always been a dream of mine to be apart of the Miss Cayman Islands Pageant. I feel that it will be a good experience for me to grow. Its going to be a tough competition because every girl has a chance.”

Jera Ebanks, 22, “ It is really important, every young woman should be a better influence for young generations to look up to.

Janelle Muttoo, 22, “Being apart of Miss Cayman this year means a lot to me with the opportunity to become an ambassador to represent Cayman through a broader scope.

Samantha Widmer, 24, “I think the pagent has been the best decision I have made. After losing my mom it has kept me going and helped me to be the person I want be.”

The Miss Cayman Islands pageant will be held at the Lion’s Center on 24th of September, gates open at 5pm.

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