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Rhodesia Johnson crowned Miss Teenager Bahamas
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Jul 3, 2014 - 7:25:54 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - The 2014 Miss Teenager Bahamas title has gone to 18 year old, Rhodesia Rolee Johnson.

"The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand."

The statement on her Facebook page after winning said, "I Rhodesia R. Johnson have been crowned Miss Teenager Bahamas
2014-2015. Gaining the opportunity to be crowned with this luxurious title is humbling and the experience has been nothing but exceptional. Today I stand as a testament that all things are possible with the help of God. In August I will be representing my country in the International pageant, Miss Teenager Universe under my platform, 'Verbal Bullying'. I would like to say thank you to the committee members of the Miss Teenager Pageant and to the directors, Zhivon Young and Anishka Lockhart. I would also like to say thank you to my supporters and my sponsor Bomber George Trucking- owner George Armbrister."

"Also, a special thank you to my family and friends that came out to support me last night and to my parents Kelly McKinney and Robert Johnson; without them I would not be here standing proud as a young lady reigning as a queen. As a queen you ought to 'Walk Talk and Think worthy of the crown' and I will continue to uphold the standards of this organization through out my reign. I promise to be an exemplary role model in today's society, executing my platform, learning all that I can along the way. Once again, thank you!"


LIFE’S AMBITIONS: My life's ambition is to have a master degree in International Hospitality, to carry out my platform with Miss Bahamas Teenager and to become an Ambassador.

HOBBIES: I enjoy cooking and cleaning. My favorite hobby is watching and listening to spoken words because it has so many diverse emotions.
MY GOALS IN LIFE: Presently, my goal is to be crowned the next Miss Bahamas Teenager 2014-2015 (DONE!). I also who would like to become more proactive with the Rotary Club of Nassau which I was a part of in High School.
MY BEST ASSET IS: My best asset is my smile because when I speak to a person it makes them feel comfortable enough to open up to me.
MY DAILY BELIEFS IS: Destined for greatness. Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because it happened.
THE MOVIE/BOOK THE MOVIE INFLUENCE MY LIFE: THE SKIN I AM IN by Sharon G. Flake. reminds me that you are not to let people determine who you are, you must know who you are and your life's purpose.
WHO I WOULD LIKE TO MEET AND WHY: I would like to meet Miss Bahamas 2013-2014. It would be great for me to meet her so that she can critique me on what is like to reign as a queen and an ambassador.
I AM MOTIVATED BY: I am motivated by my mistakes because they inspire me to be the best I can be.
WHAT I WOULD LIKE THE JUDGES TO KNOW ABOUT ME IS: I am in deep love with Kentucky Fried Chicken.
MY COMMUNITY SERVICE/ACHIEVEMENTS ARE: I took part in the Interact Club at my high school. Additionally, I am eager to give my time to some of the Children Emergency Hostels in the Bahamas.
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN THREE WORDS: Humble, Focused and Determined.

(Source: http://www.missbahamasteenager.org/)

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