Brittany Nichole Eller was crowned the 2009 Fairest of the Fair Saturday. Eller is the daughter of Jerry and Vickie Eller. The Cumberland County Fair is in full swing now. Tuesday is Special Needs Day beginning at 9 a.m. The midway opens to the public at 5 p.m. tonight, with a Civil War history demonstration set from 6 to 8 p.m. The mixed doubles horseshoe pitching contest begins at 7 p.m. and Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain take the stage at 8 p.m. For more pictures from the pageants held this past weekend, see page 8A of this issue.
Baylee Isabella Parsons was crowned the Jr. Fairest of the Fair Saturday night at Stone Memorial High School.
The Jr. Fairest of the Fair Court includes, from left, Third Runner-Up Kayla Danielle Wacker; First Runner-Up Olivia Anne McCoy; Jr. Fairest of the Fair Baylee Isabella Parsons; Second Runner-Up Mercedes Lee; Fourth Runner-Up Brianna Hoyt; and Miss Congeniality, Danielle Garrett.
Photo courtesy Darleena Brady
In the Fair Princess pageant, held Friday night at SMHS, Kassidy Sommer, left, was named the winner. She is the 12-year-old daughter of Kelli Monday and Rick Sommer. She was also recognized as Miss Congeniality. Members of the court include, from left, Tiffany Cokkinias, first runner-up; Emilee Michelle Huckeby, second runner-up; Rebecca McKinley Patton, third runner-up; and Chelsea Wattenbarger, fourth runner-up.
Alexis Rashae Wilson, left, was named Little Miss Friday night. She is the eight-year-old daughter of Scott and Danielle Woodard and Jim and Michelle Wilson. Joining Wilson’s court are, from left, Baylee Davis, first runner-up; Kealey Nichole Lowe, second runner-up and best western wear winner; Kylian Fuentes, third runner-up; Addison Jane Wilson, fourth runner-up; and Maggie Jane Delaney, most photogenic.
photo courtesy Darleena Brady
Gracie Cutshaw, left, was named the Wee Miss winner for ages 5-6. Also taking honors in the pageant are First Runner-Up Alley Morgan Sisco; Second Runner Up Keely Michele Frazier; Third Runner -Up, Gracye Drew Bow; Fourth Runner-up Shanna Brooke Stottlemire; and Jacey Tollett, most photogenic.
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