Belize has placed third at the National Council of Indian Culture (NCIC) pageant. Arelee Parham won the prestigious title of Miss East Indian Belize on August 3. As a part of her reign, she was given the opportunity to represent Belize at the NCIC. The pageant took place on October 25 in Trinidad and Tobago. Parham spoke with Love News and gave us more information on her journey at Trinidad.
Arelee Parham, Miss East Indian, Belize 2019-2020: “I traveled to Trinidad where I represented Belize in the Miss Divali Nagar International Pageant where we placed third once again. It was very amazing and I take it as a great experience. I believe that cultural preservation is very important and for me being a part of the population that could contribute positively to the preserving the Indian Culture I think that was very important for me to be a part of that number of people that could contribute positively, it reflects well on Belize and myself.”
Parham is proud to have represented Belize in an International pageant and is passionate about cultural preservation.