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The eight (8) contestants vying for the prestigious title of National Carnival Queen 2015, on Wednesday July 1st each unveiled their charities/organizations for which they will work with for the year 2015‐2016 at a Press Conference held at the CDF Conference Room, Barnard Hill, Castries.   

The National Carnival Queen Pageant Committee and the Carnival Planning and Management Agency (CPMA) introduced this new initiative of the pageant to the press, media and public as a critical move in maintaining sustainably of the National Carnival Queen product and also as an opportunity to foster continued holistic development of contestants while simultaneously increasing their social consciousness.    

The contestants and their charities/organizations of choice are Miss Piton, Anya Edwin ‐New Beginning Transition Home Miss Digicel, Francillia Austin ‐ St. Lucia Cancer Society   Miss Flow, Denise Nelson ‐ Cerebral Palsy Miss Nagicor Insurances, Yvana David ‐ Gros‐Islet Primary School   Miss Columbus Business Solutions, Bebiana Mangal ‐ Autistic Development Centre Miss Boka Group, Kadijah Mason ‐ National Community Foundation of Canaries and Bouton   Miss Super J IGA, Ayana Alexander ‐ Holy Family Children’s Home, and Miss St. Lucia Tourist Board, Laura Bruce ‐ World Pediatric Project   

The National Carnival Queen Pageant Committee believes that beyond the Pageant and Carnival Season there is still tremendous opportunity for contestants and sponsors to continue to collaborate on various projects.
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