Press Release MISS GUYANA YOUTH AND STUDENT MOVEMENT (G.Y. S. M.) Public Relations Department Guyana Youth and Student Movement Congress Place Sophia. December 8, 2004




Amidst a crowd of several hundreds from various regions of Guyana, the Leader of The People’s National Congress Reform (P.N.C.R.) Mr. Robert H.O. Corbin M.P, crowned the new “Miss G.Y.S.M”. – 2004 when the organization held its second ever Pageant on Sunday 5th December, 2004 at the Party headquarters Congress Place Sophia

It was a night punctuated by colorful lights, refined talent and beauty, which best described the youth membership of the Party. The occasional movement of both hands and feet of the contestants, along with pre-judgments by the audience, speaks to the intensity of the contest, which was multi-cultural.

It is a victory, which Lindeners intend to retain in the coming years ahead. This was the view expressed after witnessing their representative being crowned Queen. Charming Ms. Obermuller who stunned the audience with her costume, her display of talent, and elegance; she received a resounding applaud for her answer to the number five question of the contest final segment. When asked “What is your expectation of the up-coming General Election?” the Queen responded: “ My expectation is for The People’s National Congress Reform to be victorious at 2006 elections; which I know it will be”, she added.

Meanwhile, the first runner-up spot was awarded to Ms Joan Brandt from Region # 3, while the second, third and fourth positions were awarded to Ms Litoni Clarke, Ms Candella Branche and Ms Belinda Harris From regions # 4. Several other contestants received trophies and floral decorations. The award for Best smile was given to Ms. Traymaine Smith from Region # 3, while Ms felima Obermuller received the award for best gown; Ms. Candella Ms Felima Obermulla shared the spot for best talent.

A formal reception is being planned for the handing-over of the remaining prizes to the Queen and the other contestants.


Public Relations Department
Guyana Youth and Student Movement
Congress Place Sophia.
December 8, 2004