PHOTO: Miss Jamaica World finalists visit GG

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — On Tuesday, August 21, the 16 finalists of Miss Jamaica World 2018 made a courtesy call on Governor General Sir Patrick Allen at Kings House.

The Governor General reminded them of their duty to service as they prepare to represent Jamaica at the Miss World 2018 pageant.

Photo shows the Governor General with (front row from left) Tamaya Henry (Miss Absolute New York), Rushell Malcolm (Miss Puerto Seco Beach), Lawnda Jackson (Miss Cetamol Menstrual), Chante Pitter (Miss Neutrogena), and Kadijah Robinson (Miss Fontana Pharmacy).

(Second row from left) Jana Hinds (Miss Mushroom Swimwear), Catherine Harris (Miss ORS Olive Oil), Kwela Cole (Miss Intranet), Julia Lindo (Miss Charles Chocolates), and Jameillia Baimbridge (Miss Circles Logistics).

(Back row) Issia Thelwell (Miss Tropical Bliss), Drezel-Deidra Simmonds (Miss Karen Booker Designs) Marishan O'Sullivan (Miss Perfectil), Amaya Lewin (Miss Autocraze), Shanique Salmon (Miss Hilda's Wine Jelly and Lamise Hamilton (Miss Interlinc).

The Miss Jamaica World coronation is scheduled for Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in New Kingston on September 1.

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