Tourism Ministry introduces final Miss Montserrat 2022 Delegate- Ferviany Garcia

The Caribbean country will host Miss Montserrat 2022 Contestant amid the 60th carnival 2022. The government also introduced Miss Montserrat 2022 Delegate- Ferviany Garcia.

Tourism Ministry introduces final Miss Montserrat 2022 Delegate- Ferviany Garcia
Tourism Ministry introduces final Miss Montserrat 2022 Delegate- Ferviany Garcia

Montserrat: The Caribbean country will host Miss Montserrat 2022 Contestant amid the 60th carnival 2022. The government also introduced Miss Montserrat 2022 Delegate- Ferviany Garcia. 

Read Here: Full Profile of Ferviany Garcia

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Introducing our final delegate for Miss Montserrat 2022 Pageant – Ferviany Garcia. 

Ferviany Garcia is a 19-year-old self-motivated and ambitious gem.

Born in the Pearl of the Caribbean – the Dominican Republic, Ferviany migrated at the age of five to the Emerald Isle, Montserrat, an island she has grown to love and now calls home.

Her educational foundation began at the Look Out Primary School and from there she transitioned to the Montserrat Secondary School where she completed her formal education and successfully attained seven CXC passes in 2019.

Ferviany is passionate about helping others and aspires to enter the field of medicine. She believes her goal of becoming a midwife will help her to make a valuable contribution to society.

A self-proclaimed tomboy, her guilty pleasures include playing around in make-up and hairstyling. Ferviany has now taken on the challenge to become your next Miss Montserrat and looks forward to your support throughout this journey.

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Meet Ferviany and the other Miss Montserrat delegates at the Contract Signing & Sashing Ceremony on Saturday, October 29, 2022, at 5 PM at Vue Pointe Restaurant.

Tickets are available for $50 at the Montserrat Arts Council office in Little Bay.

Earlier, on Thursday, October 20, the first day of Montserrat’s 2022 Cruise Ship Season, the Montserrat National Museum launched a new Exhibition called: ‘Take The Shackles Off My Feet So I Can Dance – The Journey From Equiano to the Mighty Arrow’.

The Exhibition celebrates the people of Montserrat who, after almost four centuries of enslavement, oppression, and repression, have found ways to express their feelings through literature, music, and dance. The Exhibition showcases unseen Arrow photographs and memorabilia, whilst taking the audience on a journey through his lifestyle, passions, influences, and enduring legacy. Also on display is the influence of early settlers – Tainos/Kalinagos, Europeans and Africans on Montserrat’s culture, and some results of the local Hidden Histories Research Project highlighting those influences on our use of medicinal plants.