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Message from Ministry Of Tourism

Moses Kirkconnell, JP, MLAHon. Moses Kirkconnell. JP, MLA

Deputy Premier and Minister for District Administration, Tourism and Transport

The Ministry of Tourism is proud to be the Patron of the Miss Cayman Islands Pageant and is delighted to have played an active role in evolving this spectacular gala into one of the Islands’ most prestigious events.

The Miss Cayman Pageant is a time of great national pride and is an opportunity to select the person who will represent our islands as a cultural ambassador both at home and abroad.

On each occasion as we look forward to the dynamic and compelling extravaganza of the show, it is easy to forget that the Pageant delivers much more than a crown. It is an organisation that embraces the dreams of young women and provides the platform through which to attain them. As such, the pageant presents a unique opportunity to showcase the contestants’ intelligence, talent and poise, and is a defining moment in the lives of all of the bright and charismatic young ladies who walk its path.

The staging of this outstanding production is truly a public-private sector partnership and we would not have enjoyed such success over the years without the support of the corporate and individual sponsors who affably agree to financially support each contestant, along with all of the other businesses that donate their time and resources to assist with the contest. On behalf of the Government, I thank you for your generosity.

I also extend sincere appreciation to the members of the Miss Cayman Islands Committee under the guidance of Chairperson Mrs.Derri Lee, and to all of the volunteers and supporters who graciously give their time, energy and experience to support the Pageant and ensure that the very highest of standards are maintained.

While only one young lady can ultimately wear the crown, each of the accomplished and self-assured contestants has already proven to be valuable assets to our country. Moreover, they should all be considered as winners and I trust that whatever the results, they will continue to capably represent our beloved Cayman Islands with pride wherever their journeys lead.