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St Peter reigns supreme


Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley (centre) with St Peter parish ambassadors Shakeea Boyce and Akeem Franklin.

St Peter Parish Ambassadors Shakeea Boyce and Akeem Franklin reigned supreme last night at the Spirit of the Nation show at the Wildey Gymnasium.

Boyce and Franklin started the night well ahead of the pack with 74.64 points and were able to maintain this lead throughout the night.

In the end, they walked away with title of Most Outstanding Parish Ambassadors for 2014.

When the results were announced just after 10 p.m., their supporters decked out in lime green – the parish color – erupted with cheers and screams.

Some of the loudest cheers could be heard from tourism consultant and Barbados Labour Party St Peter candidate Colin Jordan.

The duo from the north also copped prizes for Best Parish Project with G.R.O.W 166 and Best Parish Project Presentation.

St Michael’s ambassadors Sharifa Yard and Dario Bowen had to settle for second position.

Christ Church’s Ronshalee Proverbs and Dwayne Gillard were third. They also won Best Costume. Their attendant Angela Marshall won the Attendant of the Year award. Julie Burnett and Mario Springer of St Lucy took the fourth spot.

Best Formal Wear went to St Philip’s Rakiya Sherry and Trevor Sobers.

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