Miss Clarendon, Kimberly McLeod Wins Miss Jamaica Nation 2014

Miss Clarendon, Kimberly McLeod, who took the title at the inaugural staging of the Miss Jamaica Nation beauty pageant on Saturday night that, was held at the Courtleigh Auditorium in Kingston.

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Miss St James, Latoya Thompson(l) Miss Clarendon, Kimberly McLeod(c) Miss Hanover Geri Graham(r)

Thirteen young ladies representing each Parish vied for the title. Miss St James, Latoya Thompson took the first runner-up spot, while Miss Hanover Geri Graham was named second runner-up.

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Miss St Elizabeth Katherine Foster took the most congenial sectional award; most aware went to Thompson from St James; Miss St Thomas Yohanna Kellyman, was awarded most photogenic; while the award for the best evening gown design went to Miss Hanover Geri Graham. The dress was designed by Hope Wade.

The Miss Jamaica Nation's objective is to promote natural beauty by avoiding the use of any artificial enhancements such as hair extensions, tattoos, alterations to the physique whether by surgery or clothing, fake eyelashes, and coloured contact lenses. The competition was organized by pageant director and general manager for HOT 102, Ken Williams.

Performers of the night were Cherine Anderson and Dalton Harris

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