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Kayla wins Bequia’s Miss Heritage title

Kayla wins Bequia’s Miss Heritage title

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She did her best, captured the heart of the audience, the approval of the judges, and emerged as Miss Heritage 2011.{{more}} Miss Bequia Easter Regatta, Kayla Bailey, was crowned queen of the first ever Heritage Pageant in Bequia after attaining the Best Evening Wear and Best Talent Category.

The event, which took place on Friday, March 11, 2011, saw the huge support of family, friends, and the community of Paget Farm on a whole. The show was deemed a success by the organizers who wish to host it annually.

Bailey, on her quest to win the Best Talent category, portrayed a tourist’s visit to the Bequia Easter Regatta, where she tried to fit in with the locals. Everyone was in awe as she displayed her Evening wear designed by Ronelle Simmons and sewed by Nursine Ragguette.

In the First Runner-Up position was Miss Independence, Tyra Hazell. Hazell captured the Miss Photogenic award, Best Casual Wear, as well as the Best Interview segment. In her interview, Hazell was asked the questions: “When did St. Vincent and the Grenadines first become an independent nation?” and “Who is your favorite teacher and why?”, to which she give astoundingly correct answers.

Miss Nine Mornings, Janielle Compton, had to settle for the second Runner-Up position, after winning the Miss Congeniality award. Miss Breadfruit Festival, Junisia Hazell, won the Best Introductory Speech category. The other competitors were Miss Emancipation Keneila Stowe, Miss National Heroes Day Ronesha Hunte, and Miss Gospel Festival Roella Bynoe, all of whom gave great presentations.