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Miss Caribbean World 2010 Marcia Baptiste

Congratulations to Miss Dominica Marcia Baptiste who was Crowned Miss Caribbean World 2010 in Tortola Saturday Night following 2008 Winner Marah Walter — as Dominica Takes that Title back to back.

It was reported that aptitude, beauty, enticement and intelligence emanated from the stage of the Multipurpose Sports Complex on Saturday night as 15 Caribbean beauties converged to compete for the Miss Caribbean World Pageant 2010.

However, after all the pomp and flare, Reigning Miss Dominica Marcia Baptiste was crowned the 5th Miss Caribbean World Queen.

Placing First runner-up was Miss Barbados – Dannyele Teneel Leslie, Second runner-up Miss Trinidad & Tobago – Jeuel-Marie Green-Thompson, Third runner-up Miss USA – Meagan Small and Fourth runner-up Miss USVI Tamika Nicole Narissa Joseph.

Miss BVI – Josefina Nunez copped the Best Evening Wear and Best Costume awards, while Miss St. Kitts – Fatisha Imo walked away with the Best Talent award and Miss St. Lucia – Glenda Kimberlyn Abbott with Best Swimwear. Miss Barbados was adjudged Miss Intellect. The Miss Congeniality title went to Trinidad & Tobago’s Jeuel-Marie Green-Thompson and Most Photogenic to Miss Anguilla – Sangrena Harris.

Congratulations once again, Marcia! You made us all proud to be Dominicans.

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Dominica Carnival Queen Contestant Amy Sasha Polydore

Amy is a 20 year old gem from the picturesque and tranquil community of Riviere Cyrique and is honored to make representation for the South-Eastern District in the 2010 Carnival Queen Pageant.

Born and raised into the care and affection of her extended family Amy has blossomed into a well-mannered, charming, fun-loving, pleasant lady with a gentle disposition and an infectious ever-present heart-warming smile.

Becoming Miss Dominica has always been Amy’s dream. It all began at the Morne Jaune Primary School where she was first introduced to the stage.

She acquired her secondary education at the Castle Bruce Secondary School. Amy distinguished herself through being an exemplary student. In her final year of high school, Amy was honoured with being crowned Miss CBSS 2005. At her graduation, she was recognized as the Student of the Year and captured the awards for School Spirit, Leadership and that of the Most Disciplined Student.

Miss Amy Sasha Polypore continued to make her mark on stage when she was crowned pageant queen, Miss South East 2006. She also furthered her education at the Dominica State College from which she graduated in 2008 with an Associate Degree in Business Administration.

Amy loves singing, folk dancing and drama and finds exquisite delight in writing poetry. She is an active member of the Sisserou Singers group, and presently serves as the secretary of the Morne Riviere Teen Club. She is also a member of her church choir.

Currently employed at the First Caribbean International Bank as a Client Services Officer, Amy aspires to pursue studies in marketing, especially as it relates to the banking industry. She is a people’s person! Increased knowledge in that field, she believes will equip her with the skills required to offer more specialized advice to persons on products which will benefit them from the wide-ranging services available at banking institutions.

Amy thrives on the positives and takes pride in overcoming challenges. It is that well cultured, good-natured, free spirited, ever friendly personality that drives this Nature Island beauty towards the attainment of the coveted, Miss Dominica, 2010 title.

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Bio courtesy of the Dominic Festivals Commission.

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Twenty-one-year old Dana Augustine from the well known cultural community of Paix-Bouche stands tall both in physical make-up and in mind-set. She is a proud and confident young lady who always strives to be the best that she can be. This has been the result of her upbringing and the strong values instilled in her by both her parents and community.

Dana has been involved in a number of organizations from a very tender age. These include the Anti Drug group, Paix-Bouche Creative Dance Troupe, the renowned Paix-Bouche Cultural Group and currently, she serves as the leader of the Catholic Youth Movement of her church community. At those times she serves with pleasure and humility.

Presently, she is employed at Scotia Bank Dominica. She graduated from the Dominica State College with an associate degree in Accounts, and currently, she pursues studies in Accounting at the University of the West-Indies.

Dana takes interest in reading novels, dancing and engaging community projects. She is also a proud West Indian cricket fan. She sees herself as a firm, courageous and friendly young woman adamant to live her life based on sound principles, respect and profound appreciation for life.

DA

Bio courtesy of the Dominic Festivals Commission.

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