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Miss Turks & Caicos is a national Beauty pageant in Turks & Caicos.

History

The Miss Turks and Caicos Universe Beauty Organisation is a company that advances and supports today's women through its Passion for Pageantry with a Purpose. The pageant identified was held in 1979. Miss Turks and Caicos is official national franchise holder of Miss Universe pageant.

As of December 2012, under the direction of Kazz Forbes and the Saint George Fashion House (SGFH) in partnership with the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board, the Miss Universe Turks and Caicos franchise has experienced an exciting re-branding. Its aim is to advance and support today's beautiful by nature ladies while promoting passion for pageantry with a purpose.

By creating an environment that is conducive for learning through training, exploring, researching and discovering myriad experiences, the board members challenge contestants to bring out their personal best.

Each experience - be it a physical task, an intellectual assignment or social engagement - seeks to cultivate the passions, self-image, and education that will prepare the contestant to compete on an international stage.

The exhilarating journey to coronation is designed to encourage the pursuit of purpose, promote discipline, and support the strengthening of character.[1]

In 2016, the new organizers of the Miss Turks and Caicos pageant will be seeking to widen the net in order to encourage a broader range of young ladies to enter the pageant. The Miss Turks and Caicos has official handled by Executive producer of Miss Turks and Caicos Universe Pageant Olincia Misick.[2]

Titleholders

Color key

Template:Plainlist The winner of Miss Turks and Caicos represents her country at the Miss Universe. On occasion, when the winner does not qualify (due to age) for either contest, a runner-up is sent.

Year Miss Turks and Caicos Notes Miss Universe Turks and Caicos Miss World Turks and Caicos
1979 Constance Lightbourne - - -
1980 Francis Rigby - Constance Lightbourne -
1981 Jacqueline Astwood - Francis Rigby -
1982 Lolita Ariza Sister of Carmelita Ariza Jacqueline Astwood Lolita Elaine Ariza
1983 Deborah Lindsley - Lolita Ariza Cheryl Astwood
1984 Miriam Coralita Adams - Deborah Lindsley Miriam Coralita Adams
1985 Barbara Bulah Mae Capron - Miriam Coralita Adams Barbara Bulah Mae Capron
1986 Carmelita Ariza Sister of Lolita Ariza Barbara Bulah Mae Capron Carmelita Louise Ariza
1987 Edna Smith - Carmelita Ariza
Top 10
Edna Elizabeth Smith
1988 Sharon Simons - Edna Smith Doreen Dickerson
1989 Karen Been - Sharon Simons
Miss Congeniality
-
1990 Kathy Hawkins - Karen Been -
1991 Barbara Johnson - Kathy Hawkins -
1992 Michelle Mills - Barbara Johnson
Miss Congeniality
-
1993 Eulease Walkin - Michelle Mills -
1994 Sharleen Grant - Eulease Walkin -
1995 Shaneika Lightbourne - Sharleen Grant -
1996 Keisha Delancy - Shaneika Lightbourne -
1997 - Template:N/a Keisha Delancy -
1998 Shantel Stubbs - - -
1999 Clintina Gibbs - Shantel Stubbs -
2000 Shereen Gardiner - Clintina Gibbs -
2001 Euwonka Selver Due to lack of sponsorship Shereen Gardiner -
2002 - Template:N/a Euwonka Selver
Did not compete
-
2003 Shamara Ariza - - -
2004 Weinika Ewing Official Award by Thai Culture Shamara Ariza Beryl Christian Kateri Handfield
2005 Shavenna Been - Weinika Ewing
Miss Tourism
-
2006 Saneita Been - Shavenna Been -
2007 Angelica Lightbourne[3] - Saneita Been -
2008 Jewel Selver[4] Due to health problems Angelica Lightbourne -
2009 Template:N/a - Jewel SelverTemplate:Ref label
Withdrew
-
2011 Easher Parker[5] - Easher Parker -
2013 Snwazna Adams - Snwazna Adams -
2014 Shanice Williams[6] - Shanice Williams -
2019 TBD TBD TBD TBD

Template:Note label Jewel Selver withdrew from Miss Universe 2009 on August 22, less than one day before the live telecast.[7]

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External links

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