Mother’s Queen Show participants awarded

first_img Tweet Sharing is caring! Share Share EntertainmentLocalNews Mother’s Queen Show participants awarded by: Dominica Vibes News – April 14, 2014center_img Share 104 Views   no discussions Reigning Carnival Mother’s Queen; Headther VidalParticipants of the 2014 Carnival Mother’s Queen show received their awards and prizes on Saturday April 12, 2014 during a prize giving ceremony held at the Calypso House in Bath Estate.Reigning Carnival Mother’s Queen Heather Vidal, 38, of Portsmouth received an undisclosed cash prize from National Bank of Dominica (NBD) for best traditional wear, a gift voucher of $200.00 from HHV Whitchurch as well as gifts from the Carnival Mothers Queen Committee, Joan Braiding Store and J.E Nassief.Vidal copped the awards for Miss Intelligence, best talent and best traditional ole masquerade at the February 23 competition.First runner up Patricia Charles received a mobile phone from LIME, a cash prize, gifts from Mother’s Queen Show Committee, Joan Braiding Store, Josephine Gabriel and J.E Nassief.Second runner up Tarickh Joseph received a cash prize, gift voucher from Fashion Line, a night for two at Fort Young Hotel, gift certificate from Ree Ree’s place, Joan Braiding Store, J.E Nassief and the Carnival Mother’s Queen Committee. Third runner up Cecilia Henderson received a cash prize, gifts from Joan Braiding Store, Carnival Mother’s Queen Committee, J.E Nassief and Josephine and Gabriel.Ezra George, one of the participants also received cash prizes and gift certificates from Joan Braiding Store, J.E Nassief, Josephine Gabriel and the Mother’s Queen Committee.The other participants, Vanessa Louisy of Pointe Michel, Terissa Bruno of Canefield and Jasmine Joseph of Mahaut who were not present at the ceremony will also receive cash prizes and gifts.Secretary/treasurer of the Carnival Mother’s Queen Show Committee, Claudine Charles noted that based on the impact and effect of last year’s competition, they decided to host the show again.The 2013 Carnival Mothers Queen was Kyishrma Victor of Salisbury. Charles also noted that the aim of the show was “to portray the traditional costume of our country, to highlight the talents of the mothers, to assist the mothers in building on their self-esteem and confidence in themselves and to continue to contribute to the carnival industry in Dominica”.Additionally, an undisclosed cash donation was made to the Dominica Social Centre as part of their mandate to “give back to the needy members of our community”.– / 12last_img

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