FAIRVIEW — The Ninth Annual Little Miss and Junior Miss Fairview Pageant selected royalties for 2019 from 23 young ladies ages five to 14 on June 22 at the Peterson Dance Hall in Fairview.

The girls competed in personal interview, casual wear and party dress. The girls, ages seven-to 14-years-old, also competed in talent. The night was emceed by the Miss Fairview Royalty.

Under the direction of Kristin Grasteit, Natalie Thompson and Debbie Nielson, this year’s pageant theme was “Superstar” wherein each girl did her best and shined like a “star”.

The 2019 royalties are as follows:

Five and six-year-olds

Hazel Cox, tiny miss queen, daughter of Casey and Tina Cox; Ambrie Hooley, first attendant, daughter of Nathan and Rachelle Hooley; and Indy Gleave, daughter of Lloyd and Katie Gleave; and Lucie Mineer, daughter of Bryan and Shaun Mineer, attendant’s.

Seven and eight-year-olds

Rebecca Madsen, mini miss queen, daughter of Jeremy and Jessica Madsen; Penelope Cox, first attendant, daughter of Kenny and Brook Cox; and Jacey Gleave, second attendant, daughter of Loyd and Katie Gleave.

Nine and 10-year-olds

Olivia Talbot, little miss queen, daughter of Sherland and Ashley Talbot; Ashlyn Williams, first attendant, daughter of Keith and Heidi Williams; and Marley Johnson, second attendant, daughter of Brett and Kim Johnson.

11 and 12-year-olds

EmmaKate Cox, junior miss queen, daughter of Spencer and Abby Cox; Shea Rawlinson, first attendant, daughter of Sean and Shauna Rawlinson; and Melaina Rigby, daughter of John and Tonya Rigby; and Brooklyn Stutz, daughter of Dan and Ronnett Stutz, attendant’s.

13 and 14-year-olds

Kambrielle Grasteit, teen miss queen, daughter of Thor and Kristin Grasteit; Emma Stutz, first attendant, daughter of Dan and Ronnett Stutz; and BrexAnn Belt, daughter of Ryan Belt and Lindsay Poole; and Mary Rigby, daughter of John and Tonya Rigby, attendant’s.

About Little Miss, Junior

Much time and effort goes into making the Little Miss and Junior Miss Pageant a success. The pageant was started nine years ago to help build the self-confidence of girls in Fairview and to help encourage them to try out for Miss Fairview when they were of age.

Over the years several of the contestants have progressed from barely daring to peak their heads through the curtains, to achieving the opportunity of being members of royalties, on cheer teams and so much more.

The pageant committee congratulates all of the contestants on a job well done. A special appreciation goes to Fairview City for their support of this pageant and to the Miss Fairview Royalty for being the emcees.

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