Mother and Daughter pageant for May 13th

Dacia Fraser and Samacia

The twenty-sixth staging of the Mother and Daughter pageant is set for May 13 at the National Culture Centre where contestants will face off in three categories; senior, middle and junior.

The contest is being held under the theme ‘Rhythm and Love’.

The pageant is staged under Supa Stylistics productions operated by Dr Sulan Fung-Browne and her mother Ingrid Fung.

The contestants are junior category; Dacia Fraser and Samacia; Nicole Prince and Raniah; Giselle Dover and Giada; Joan Richmond and Jaquesha; Latonie Clarke and Tanji; Mia Ritchie and Breann; Netresha Thomas and Shauna; Shelda Scott and Makayla; and Ulynie DeNobrega and Skylar. Middle category; Arlene Beresford and Roshonah; Kenciola Craig and Ashanti; Latoya Todd and Shiniea; Simmone Persaud and Suraiya; Stephanie Gouveia-Bovell and Shaquoya; and Zeola Evelyn and Julissa. Senior category will see; Felicia Fiedtkou Munoz and Hannah; Heather Gonsalves and Renee; Cheryl Matthews-Jones and Kimberly; Sondra Low and Sondrea; Nalini Rampersaud and Jessica; and Melissa Newton and Natalya

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