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JOLIE CURBIN

Jolie Curbin was born on March 1, 2009, in Brooklyn, New York. She is a passionate, motivated, and ambitious teen with a lot of drive and ambition. At 5 feet, 6 inches tall, with dreadlocks, Jolie also has Caribbean ancestry. Jolie’s parents, Petrika Hope and Joel Curbin immigrated to the United States of America as teens from the picturesque Caribbean country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Besides being the oldest of four siblings, Jolie is an 8th grade honor roll student and a beginner figure skater. Jolie enjoys writing, politics, and spending time with friends and family. During her 6th grade year, Jolie was elected class president, demonstrating her passion for politics. As well as getting her dreadlocks regularly twisted, Jolie is an avid fashion and music enthusiast.

 

With her determination to become the best version of herself, Jolie dreams of becoming an entrepreneur in the beauty, health, and wellness industries. By following this path, Jolie hopes to empower women of color to embrace their skin and bodies with greater confidence. Through the Miss Caribbean US Teen pageant, Jolie hopes to increase awareness about the cultural diversity in the Caribbean. 

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Jolie Curbin
Jolie Curbin

Miss St. Vincent & The Grenadines Teen 2022

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Jolie Curbin
Jolie Curbin

Miss St. Vincent & The Grenadines Teen 2022

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St. Vincent & The Grenadines FLAG
St. Vincent & The Grenadines FLAG

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Jolie Curbin
Jolie Curbin

Miss St. Vincent & The Grenadines Teen 2022

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THE NATIONAL FLAG OF ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES

he National Flag of St. Vincent and the Grenadines was officially adopted on October 12, 1985. The flag was designed by the Swiss graphic artist – Julien van der Wal.

The National Flag of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a vertical tricolor and features three vertical bands of blue (hoist side), gold (double width), and green. The gold band bears three green diamonds arranged in a V pattern, representing the first letter of Vincent. The diamonds also recall the islands as "The Gems of the Antilles" and are set slightly lowered in the gold band to reflect the nation's position in the Antilles. Blue symbolizes the colors of the tropical sky and crystal waters. The yellow color represents the almost constant sunshine and the golden Grenadine sands. The green color symbolizes the abundant vegetation in the islands. The flag has a width-to-length proportion ratio of 2:3.

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THE COAT OF ARMS

The National Coat of Arms of St Vincent and the Grenadines comprises of a central shield which is based on the colonial badge that was used from 1907-1979 and features two women in classical Roman dress. The woman on the left is seen holding an olive branch symbolizing peace and the woman on the right is seen holding the scales of justice (symbolizing justice) and is kneeling before the gold altar that is placed between them. Above the shield, a cotton plant is placed and below the shield, a white scroll displays the words: “Pax Et Justitia” ("Peace and Justice") in Latin.

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NATIONAL FLOWER - THE SOUFRIERE TREE

The Soufriere Tree (Spachea Perforatais) is a member of a fairly well represented family of  the tropical floras, namely MALPIGHIACEAE. Other well-known members are common Barbados Cherry – malpighia punicifolia, and an attractive forest tree, the Shoemaker’s Bark or Bois-tan – Byromina spicata, whose abundant yellow flowers and dark green foliage render it quite conspicuous when in bloom. The family is otherwise represented as trees, shrubs and vines.

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NATIONAL FLOWER - THE SOUFRIERE TREE

The Soufriere Tree (Spachea Perforatais) is a member of a fairly well represented family of  the tropical floras, namely MALPIGHIACEAE. Other well-known members are common Barbados Cherry – malpighia punicifolia, and an attractive forest tree, the Shoemaker’s Bark or Bois-tan – Byromina spicata, whose abundant yellow flowers and dark green foliage render it quite conspicuous when in bloom. The family is otherwise represented as trees, shrubs and vines.

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