(Oranjestad) – During a reunion between the models of The Chaz Model & Talent School, the Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes took the opportunity to extend a recognition to the director Ms. Chastity Kock-Hodge to celebrate the 25th anniversary of her modeling and talent school.
Chastity, or Chas as everyone knows her by, is not unknown in the Aruban world of modeling. With modeling always being her passion, she decided at a relatively young age to start giving classes to kids and teens. After the immense interest the parents showed, Chas made the decision to expand on this and introducing a dance class as well as preparation for Carnival Queens. For years, Chastity worked with passion and dedicated herself to entertaining our community with her spectacular shows. Her love for the youth and the need to help kids who are special, she opened the doors to include kids with special needs in her dance and modeling groups.
Today, The Chaz Model & Talent School is a well known school that not only offers local shows but also sends representatives to participate in different tournaments and international modeling competitions, which during the last years have achieved various titles. This year The Chaz Model & Talent School is celebrating 25 years in existence and will celebrate this with an illustrious show in november.
The Prime Minister in the name of the government of Aruba presented Ms. Chastity Kock-Hodge with a recognition for her excellence and her 25 years of dedication and professionalism in the world of modeling, singing and dance both nationally and internationally. The Prime Minister also thanked Ms Chastity for the beautiful work that she has been doing and for helping the youth develop their potential and achieve greatness on international runways.