The 19th Annual Cinderella Scholarship Pageant was held this year at the Loyola hall 31 March.
Due to Hurricane Ivan, this year’s programme was compressed into one night, instead of the usual three nights.
However, the show was none-the-less of the usual high standard and was big success.
This year’s program featured the Cinderella pageant only, with 18 contestants.
The International Royalty of five, along with their chaperones and the international president, Mr. Fred Vollman, along with his MC and a panel of judges, helped to make the show a great success.
A very appreciative capacity audience filled the Loyola Hall and was treated with some excellent talent, both from the International Royalty and from our Cayman Contestants.
The contestants that were crowned for this years Cayman Royalty are; Cinderella Collage Age, Melissa Edwards, representing the district of West Bay she is the daughter of Suzanne Rondon and Michael Edwards, Cinderella Teen, Angelica Borden representing the district of West Bay daughter she is the daughter of John and Angel Borden, Cinderella Miss, Erin Panton representing the district of Bodden Town, she is the daughter of Perry and April Panton, Cinderella Miniature Miss, Daisha Coleman, representing the district of Bodden Town she is the daughter of Clay and Michelle Coleman and Cinderella Tot, Amanda Reid representing the district of George Town and she is the daughter of Neville and Sharon Reid.
Mrs. .Celeste Broderick will be taking Cayman’s five overall Royalty along with the other qualified contestants their families and friends (about 50 in the delegation) to the international pageant to be held in Las Vegas Nevada over the week of 15-23 July.
All of the Cayman contestants will be competing with over three hundred and fifty young ladies from all over the world in a full week of activities where they will also have the opportunity to meet, socialise and learn about different cultures.