Ms. Heritage Personality 2017
First runner-up, Garve Sandy, represented the Buccoo Academy of Performing Arts.
Belle Garden’s Afiah Muir won the Best Gown prize.
Ms. Photogenic, Tarique Taylor of Carnbee/Mt Pleasant.
A bamboo dance display at the show.
Secretary for Tourism, Culture and Transportation Councillor Nadine Stewart-Phillips, second from left, in the company of the top three contestants in the Ms. Heritage Personality queen show. The contestants are, from left, first runner-up Garve Sandy of the Buccoo Academy of Performing Arts; Ms Heritage Personality 2017 Camryn Bruno (Mason Hall Village Council); and second runner-up Kennecia Andrews (Mt St George).
Ms Heritage Personality 2017 Camryn Bruno (Mason Hall Village Council), centre, holds her crown after winning the title. With her are Garve Sandy (Buccoo Academy of Performing Arts), left, who finished second, and Kennecia Andrews (Mt St George), who was third.
The village of Roxborough hosted the 2017 Ms. Heritage Personality Show at the Cyd Gray Sporting Complex on Friday Night (July 28, 2017). The event, which was sponsored by First Citizens and the Tobago House of Assembly, was won by Mason Hall Village Council representative, Camryn Bruno.