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Judges Make Smartt Choice For Miss OECS 2024


Saint Lucia’s Claire-Marissa Smart is Miss OECS 2024, following Friday night’s pageant in Dominica.

The former St. Joseph’s Convent and Sir Arthur Lewis Community College student has been an active member of various societal groups.

In addition to receiving the Miss OECS 2024 crown, Claire-Marissa Smartt, born on May 19, 1998, was Best in Creative National Wear, Swimwear, and Evening Wear and had the Best Promotional Video.

Dominica’s Adicia Burton was voted first runner-up, and Thyana Sebastian of Antigua was second runner-up.

The pageant, for which the Dominica Government was one of the sponsors, featured five regional contestants.

The organisers extended congratulations to all the ‘extraordinary young women.’

The organisers said the participants demonstrated grace, talent, and intelligence throughout the competition.

“Each of them has brought their unique charm and charisma to the stage, making this year’s pageant truly exceptional,” the organisers noted.

They also extended appreciation to sponsors and supporters for making the event successful.


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