We have been watching Miss World, Miss Ghana, Ghana’s most beautiful, and the likes, but for the first time in the Laterbiokoshie stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Miss Relief Society- Laterbiokoshie beauty pageant was held on Saturday 11th August 2018. It was a day full of fun, excitement, talent display, and learning activities at the just ended Miss Relief Society-Laterbiokoshie stake. Revamping modesty and unity among sisters was the theme for the event.
Sixteen beautiful women contested for the crown. Their journey to the ultimate show began two months ago, with preparation for their projects and other activities for the day of the final show. It was a day full of activity for the contestants who appeared in the maiden miss Laterbiokoshie stake; activities ranging from a catwalk, cultural display, dancing, singing, poetry, and the making of cloth.
The show began with 16 contestants and five contestants were selected for the final part of the show, namely; Beatrice Arthur, Jennifer Folli, Evangeline Fafa Acolatse, Lucky Agbedor, and Priscilla Afotey. As the show ended, Jennifer Folli came out as the winner of the maiden show, Beatrice Arthur as first runner-up, and Evangeline Fafa Acolatse as second runner-up.
The new Queen’s job now is to bring people who have handy skills to train members who will be interested in acquiring new skills. With this project, members will become self-reliant. Beatrice Arthur’s project is to work with the National Health Insurance so the women in the stake can be registered on the scheme. The second runner-up is going to help revive the gospel literacy class in the stake.
With these projects, we are hoping to see a better tomorrow for the Laterbiokoshie stake. Is there going to be a Mr. Quorum President anytime soon? Let us hope so.
The Crowning Event