PM meets 2014 Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Contestants

Photo: JIS Photographer The Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller shares the spotlight with the contestants of the 2014 Miss Festival Queen Competition who paid a courtesy visit at the Office of the Prime Minister on Tuesday, July 15. Also sharing in the moment is the Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, Minister of Education (front row: third left), the reigning Festival Queen, Ms. Krystal Tomlinson (front row: fourth left) and Miss Kemesha Kelly (front row: first right), Coordinator. The Prime Minister commended the parish queens on their successful journey in the competition so far and encouraged them to become engaged in the national life of the country. “We have a very important role to play in our society. As young women you can make an outstanding contribution to the development of this country, so continue to represent your parish with pride and dignity and use this opportunity to become involved in an area of national service.” said Prime Minister Simpson Miller.

The Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller shares the spotlight with the contestants of the 2014 Miss Festival Queen Competition who paid a courtesy visit at the Office of the Prime Minister on Tuesday, July 15. Also sharing in the moment is the Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites, Minister of Education (front row: third left), the reigning Festival Queen, Ms. Krystal Tomlinson (front row: fourth left) and Miss Kemesha Kelly (front row: first right), Coordinator.  The Prime Minister commended the parish queens on their successful journey in the competition so far and encouraged them to become engaged in the national life of the country. “We have a very important role to play in our society. As young women you can make an outstanding contribution to the development of this country, so continue to represent your parish with pride and dignity and use this opportunity to become involved in an area of national service.” said Prime Minister Simpson Miller.

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