PHILIPSBURG–The St. Maarten Timeshare Association presented tuition cheques to the Carnival 2017 Teen Pageant winners this week.
This is the second year the Association decided to contribute to the education of the winners of Posh Productions Teen Queen Pageant hosted in April.
“Posh Productions is forever grateful to the St. Maarten Timeshare Association (SMTA) for their dedication to the teen’s education. This is the second year that the SMTA signed on with Posh and has supported the education of the Teen Pageant participants,” stated Posh Productions founder and President Anna Rabess-Richardson.
Posh Productions also presented the winners with schoolbags for the new school year and Teen Queen first runner-up Evenlyn Marsham also received a camera. Teen Queen Shakainah Pompier had earlier received her prizes. Posh thanked SMTA President Cherise Rambhadjan-Bowman for her continued support and assistance to the organisation.
Richardson, as a college graduate, values education highly. Education is one of the three pillars of Posh Productions platform “Education, Philanthropy and Beauty (in and out).” It is Posh Productions’ mission and vision to provide society with young women who are steadfast in being successful over-achievers.
“Our vision is to foster goodwill ambassadors by encouraging individual growth, personal platforms, community involvement and awarding scholarships for educational and/or career advancement. The USM [University of St. Martin – Ed.] accepting and embracing this initiative is assisting Posh to achieve its mission and vision and to this we are forever grateful,” Rabess-Richardson said.
Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/67472-timeshare-continues-to-support-posh-winners