Joan McDonald, the first beauty contestant to win the official 'Miss Jamaica (World)' title (prior to that it was Miss Jamaica') was recently honoured in New York with a Congressional Proclamation from US House of Representatives member, Yvette D... (Date:08/19/2019 07:19) Read full article >>

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