Mahalia Seymour was crowned last
weekend to represent the district of George Town during Pirates Week
Dressed in a red evening gown, Miss
Seymour took first place among the other contestants: Shelya Torres, Gabriella
McField, Tyronnie Bodden, Kayla McField, TashaRay Solomon, Chelsea Evans,
Lethea Rankine, Kaitlyn Thompson and Tenisha McLean.
In an effort to raise money to
assist with Heritage Day activities, the Central Scranton Committee along with
the George Town Pirates Week Committee hosted the pageant Saturday night at
Central Scranton Community Park.
It was a fun night for family,
friends and contestants who attended. Organisers from Cayman Beauty Club also
contributed to the show’s overall quality.
Miss Seymour also won Best Smile,
and she impressed the judges during the question and answer session. When asked
“Besides sunshine and sand, name one more thing the Cayman Islands offers, she
quickly responded: Crystal clear blue waters.
Lethea Rankine was first runner-up;
Tyronnie Bodden, second runner-up; Chelsea Evans, third runner-up and Gabriela
McField fourth runner-up. Tasha Ray Solomon was Miss Photogenic.
Lucille Seymour of the Scranton
Committee commented on the spirit of unity in the community and said she was
proud to see the various committees coming together to help develop the
“The event was not just about
fundraising, but to make sure that people participate in community functions.”
She encouraged the gathering to help prepare for the district day and with
making the float.