|?14 competing for 2008 title of Miss Scott County Fair Queen on July 14|
|Written by Administrator|
|Wednesday, 09 July 2008 00:00|
?Once again, judges of the 2008 Miss Scott County Fair Queen Pageant have the perplexing job of selecting the county’s new Queen as well as Fair Princess on Monday night, July 14.
The competition, which is marking its 50th year, will take place following the 2008 Little Miss and Little Master of Scott County contests. Those events start at 6 p.m., but folks are urged to come early to get good seats at the fairgrounds grandstand for all three competitions.
Cost to attend is $8 per adult and $5 for children 12 and under. Contestants will have free admission.
Fourteen young ladies are in this year’s pageant. The new Queen will be crowned by 2007 Miss Scott County Fair Queen Aarika Hutton as will the new Fair Princess. Queen Aarika will also present Miss Congeniality, a girl selected from contestants by those participating, with her flowers and trophy.
The group is a good mixture of vivacious young ladies, each of whom is eager for the pageant to begin. They’ll start the night with a dance number choreographed by Pam Rowden of Starlight Dance Studio. Members of the Pilot Club of Scott County will be on hand to help the girls as they compete. Pilot Club members have organized the annual pageant for many years.
Queen candidates will model their professional attire as well as beautiful formals each has selected for this important contest. They’ll also be answering impromptu questions on stage.
Crowd support is important during the pageant, and friends and family members are encouraged to show their support and encouragement to each girl competing.
Young ladies in the 2008 pageant include the following in alphabetical order:
KYLIE AMICK, 19, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Rayna Withers and Jeff Amick. Kylie’s sponsor for the contest is Jeffrey’s Auto Exchange of Scottsburg.
SUSANN BIXLER, 18, of Underwood, is the daughter of Christy and Kelly Bixler. Susann is being sponsored by the Shriners’ Club of Scott County.
SARAH HOLLAN, 18, of Austin, is the daughter of Lisa and Larry Hollan. Her contest sponsor is the Scott County Democrat Club.
EMILY INGALLS, 17, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Sharon and David Ingalls. Emily is sponsored by Custom Heating and Air.
STEPHANIE LYTLE, 17, of Lexington, is the daughter of Connie Robbins and Rick Lytle. She is being sponsored by Scott County Moose Family Center 2324.
EMILY MORRIS, 17, of Austin, is the daughter of Kathy and Darrell Morris. She is sponsored by the Austin Lions Club.
ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, 17, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Amber Garriott and Andy Reynolds. Elizabeth is sponsored by McDonald’s.
BROOKE ROUTH, 18, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Michael Routh and Cherlyn Calloway. King’s Korner Gifts is sponsoring her in the contest.
KARA STEWART, 18, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Patricia and Steven Stewart. Kara is being sponsored by Starlight Dance Studio.
KASEY MICHELLE TOBIAS, 18, Deputy, is the daughter of Shirley and Robert C. Tobias. Sponsoring her is the Phi Beta Psi Sorority.
HILARI RENEE VIRES, 16, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Billie Myers and Danny Vires. Forever Fotos is her contest sponsor.
JENNIFER WARD, 17, of Scottsburg, is the daughter of Lisa and Bob Ward. Jennifer is being sponsored by State Farm Insurance, Bob Ward Agency.
BRITTLEY NICOLE VIRES, 18, Deputy, is the daughter of Eva and Britt Vires. She is being sponsored by Scott County Mortgage Company.
BROOKLYN ELIZABETH YOUNG, 18, Austin, is the daughter of Tammy and Keith Young. She is being sponsored by the Beta Sigma Chapter, Psi Iota Xi Sorority of Austin.
Additional information about each Fair Queen candidate will be published in the July 12 edition of The Scott County Journal and The Chronicle as well as the July 14 edition of The Daily Fair News, the daily newspaper that will be published by staff of Green Banner Publications during the 2008 Scott County Fair.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 July 2008 14:45|