Fair News 2011

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Fair News 2010

Saturday, July 24, 2010, Last night this year

This is the last night of the DeKalb County Fair for this year.

Fair goers are urged take the time to enjoy lots of delicious foods from the food booths and stop by to see the many commercial, agricultural, and women's exhibits.

The Kenneth Sandlin Center will be open from 4:00 p.m.. until 9:00 p.m.

Enjoy nightly entertainment at the Memory Lane Stage in Memory Village

Saturday Night July 24
6:30 - 7:30 p.m.- The Springs Band
7:45 p.m. - until- Lakeside Drive

The following events are scheduled:

Saturday, July 24th: Horseshow Tournament at the Tot Kelly barn at 3:00 p.m.; Gospel singing at the Lions Club Pavilion at 6:00 p.m.; Super Tractor and Truck Pull at 7:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena: and a $4000 cash giveaway at 9:30 p.m. in increments of $1,000 each

ALL NEW RIDES on the Midway will be provided by the Family Attractions Amusement Company. Unlimited rides will be available for $16.00.

Admission to the fair is $3.00 per person. Children age four and younger will be admitted free! Gates open at 4:00 p.m.. Parking is Free!

 

Friday 7/23/2010

Beasley Wins DeKalb Idol Competition

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

22 year old Jordan Beasley of Nashville was the winner of the DeKalb Idol competition held Friday night at the DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria.

Seventeen contestants competed for the title and Beasley was among the top five called back.

Brian Wyre received second place and Jaime Nokes came in third place. Noah Jones received the "People's Choice Award" and $100

As the winner of DeKalb Idol, Beasley received a $300 cash prize.

Shan Burklow and Josh Melton co-hosted the program which also featured a panel portraying American Idol judges Simon Cowell (Joseph Chandler), Paula Abdul (Amanda Stanley), and Kara Dioguardi (Victoria Tatrow)

Proud Parents Show Off their Toddlers at DeKalb County Fair

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Winners of the annual Toddler Show were announced Friday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

This year's recipients are as follows:

Twins (12 to 47 months)
Winners-Bryson and Brayden Lawson, the 19 month old sons of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville.
Runners-up- Jesse and Thomas Foutch, the 22 month old sons of Michael and Nocola Foutch of Liberty

Girls (13 to 18 months)
Winner- Jaycee Daley, the 15 month old daughter of Megan Linder of DeKalb County
Runner-up-Alexis Faith Reynolds, the 17 month old daughter of Keith Reynolds and Teesha Gibbs of Smithville

Boys (13 to 18 months)
Winner- Riley Wayne Wilson, the 14 month old son of Jennia Wilson of Dowelltown

Girls (19 to 24 months)
Winner- Kaylee Brooke Kent, the 23 month old daughter of Kevin and Beth Kent of Dowelltown
Runner-up- Sarah Olivia Jewel Grisham, the 24 month old daughter of Kevin and Amanda Grisham of Alexandria

Boys (19 to 24 months)
Winner- Jordan Reed Miller, the 23 month old son of Bradley and Lynn Miller of Smithville
Runner-up- Jacob Stewart, the 19 month old son of D.J. and Megan Stewart of Smithville.

Girls (25 to 30 months)
Winner- Isabella Faith Rackley, the 30 month old daughter of Gordon and Jessica Rackley of Smithville
Runner-up- McKenna Reece Miller, the 26 month old daughter of Christen Hale and David Miller of Dowelltown.

Boys (25 to 30 months)
No entries

Girls (31 to 36 months)
Winner- Carleigh Isabella Beckham, the 31 month old daughter of Nikki Beckham of Smithville
Runner-up- Cadence Morgan Reynolds, the 34 month old daughter of David and Danielle Reynolds of Alexandria

Boys (31 to 36 months)
Winner- Jaxson Panker, the 31 month old son of Richard and Tonya Panker of Smithville
Runner-up- Skyler Chase Sullivan, the 35 month old son of Jamie and Charity Sullivan of Smithville..

Girls (37 to 47 months)
Winner-Lily Cantrell, the 37 month old daughter of Rocky and Andrea Cantrell of Smithville
Runner-up- Averie Nicole Agee, the 39 month old daughter of Joey and Casey Agee of Dowelltown.

Boys (37 to 47 months)
Winner- Garcin South, the 39 month old son of Amanda and Scott South of Smithville
Runner-up-Hunter Jackson Lawrence, the 42 month old son of Kendra and Benjamin Lawrence of Alexandria

 

Thursday 7/22/2010

Baby Show Winners Awarded at DeKalb County Fair

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Babies from one day to twelve months old were the center of attention during the annual Baby Show held Thursday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (1 day to 3 months)
Winner- Chloee Cantrell, the three month old daughter of Rocky and Andrea Cantrell.
Runner-up- Katelyn Elizabeth Brown, the two month old daughter of Robert and Sarah Brown.

Boys (1 day to 3 months)
No entries

Girls (4-6 months)
Winner- AnnaLi Haynes, the five month old daughter of Cardelly Haynes
Runner-up- Liliana Faith Judkins, the five month old daughter of Will and Britni Judkins
 

Boys (4-6 months)
Winner- Keaton Fish, the six month old son of Samantha Napier and Matthew Fish

Girls (7-9 months)
Winner- Jesse Nevaeh Sanders, the nine month old daughter of James and Misti Sanders
Runner-up- Jordyn Allison Agee, the nine month old daughter of Joey and Casey Agee

Boys (7-9 months)
Winner- Jaxsen Theryn Speaks, the nine month old son of Justin and Donna Speaks
Runner-up-Matthew Thomas Blankenship, the nine month old son of Jon and Samantha Blankenship.

Girls (10-12 months)
Winner- Lilly Grace Anderson, the ten month old daughter of Caitlin and the late PFC Billy Anderson.
Runner-up- Tatum Harper Reynolds, the ten month old daughter of David and Danielle Reynolds

Boys (10-12 months)
Winner- Preston Taylor, the eleven month old son of David and Susan Taylor
Runner-up- Justin Johnson, the twelve month old son of Brad and Nikki Johnson

Two more nights remain of this year's DeKalb County Fair.

Enjoy nightly entertainment at the Memory Lane Stage in Memory Village

DeKalb County Fair Memory Lane Stage Line-Up:

Friday Night July 23
6:00 - 7:00 p.m- Terri Weaver
7:45 - 9:45 p.m- Jubal's Cry

Saturday Night July 24
6:30 - 7:30 p.m- The Springs Band
7:45 p.m - until- Lakeside Drive

The following events are scheduled:

Friday, July 23rd: Toddler Show at 6:00 p.m. followed by DeKalb Idol Final Competition at the Lions Club Pavilion; a Super Truck and Tractor Pull at 7:30 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena; and a Demolition Derby at 7:00 p.m. at the Grandstand; $1000 cash giveaway at 9:30 p.m.

Saturday, July 24th: Horseshow Tournament at the Tot Kelly barn at 3:00 p.m.; Gospel singing at the Lions Club Pavilion at 6:00 p.m.; Super Tractor and Truck Pull at 7:30 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena: and a $1000 cash giveaway at 9:30 p.m.

One thousand dollars in cash will be given away each night through Saturday at 9:30 p.m. at the Lion's Club Pavilion and you must be present to win. If no one presents the winning ticket within three minutes, the money will be saved and given away on Saturday night in increments of $1,000. Your fair admission ticket is your ticket for the cash drawing.

ALL NEW RIDES on the Midway will be provided by the Family Attractions Amusement Company. Unlimited rides will be available each night for $16.00.

Admission to the fair is $3.00 per person. Children age four and younger will be admitted free! Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Friday and at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Parking is Free!

For more information, call 529-FAIR.

 

 

Wednesday 7/21/2010

Jailyn Bolding is the New Miss Sweetheart of the DeKalb County Fair

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2010 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart is 12 year old Jailyn Bolding, the daughter of Lori Hendrix and Brad Bolding of Dowelltown. The pageant was held Wednesday night during the fair in Alexandria

Bolding succeeds the 2009 Miss Sweetheart Liz Abigail Qualls of Smithville, the twelve year old daughter of Brad and Kim Trapp and Jason and Stormy Qualls of Smithville.

The first runner-up in the pageant was Kyra Agee, the ten year old daughter of April and Donny Agee of Smithville.

Emily Hope Burklow was the second runner-up. She is the ten year old daughter of Andy and Shan Burklow of Dowelltown.

Twelve year old Bethany Brooke Poss, daughter of John and Lori Poss of Smithville was the third runner-up.

The title of Miss Congeniality went to Hannah Ashtyn Lasser, the twelve year old daughter of Kristy Lasser and Brian Lasser of Smithville

Kaitlyn Roller, the eleven year old daughter of John and Michelle Roller of Smithville, was named Miss Photogenic

The "Extreme Queen" crown went to Wendy Fachelli, the eleven year old daughter of Mary Gamboa of Smithville.

Rounding out the top eleven in the pageant were Reagan Kori Taylor, the eleven year old daughter of Jason and Marie Taylor of Alexandria; Tyra Graham, the eleven year old daughter of Kyle and Doris Graham of Smithville; Maleah Celeste Scott, the ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Scott of Liberty; Destiny Danielle Franklin, the eleven year old daughter of Charlie and Jennifer Ware of Smithville; Carlee Colvert White, the twelve year old daughter of Stephen and Lou Ann White of Smithville; Rachel Olivia Fuson, the eleven year old daughter of Joe and Missy Fuson of Smithville; and Caitlin Leigh Tyree, the ten year old daughter of Josh and Carrie Tyree of Liberty.

Little Miss Princess Title Goes to Sarah Anne Colwell

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

 

Nine year old Sarah Anne Colwell of Smithville was crowned Little Miss Princess at the DeKalb County Fair Wednesday night.

Colwell is the daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville

She succeeds the 2009 Little Miss Princess, Kayla Jayne Belk, daughter of Chris Anne Belk of Smithville and Wendell Belk of Christiana

First runner-up in the pageant was Mya Katherine Ruch, the eight year old daughter of Joe and Melissa Ruch of Smithville.

Eight year old Julia Grace Curtis of Smithville was the second runner-up. She is the daughter of Bruce and Amy Curtis of Smithville.

Third runner-up was Jaya Tramel, the seven year old daughter of Sebrena and Travis Tramel of Alexandria

The title of Miss Congeniality went to Thea Marlene Anderson, the nine year old daughter of Chad and April Walker of Smithville.

Seven year old Emma Brooke Jennings was named Miss Photogenic. She is the daughter of Chad and Shelly Jennings of Smithville

The Extreme Queen crown went to Madison Elaine Colwell, the nine year old daughter of Gabriel and Heather Colwell of Smithville.

Others in the top ten were Brooklyn Storm Estes, the nine year old daughter of Chris and Shanna Bogle of Dowelltown; Lacey Jade McMillen, the seven year old daughter of Chris and Kristina McMillen of Alexandria; Madison Rae Rackley, the seven year old daughter of Jessica and Gordon Rackley of Smithville; Holly Caroline Evans, the eight year old daughter of Mike and Amy Evans of Alexandria; Nine year old Anna Rachel Blair, the daughter of Keith and Amanda Blair of Smithville; and Emma Brooke Jennings, the seven year old daughter of Chad and Shelly Jennings of Smithville.

Tuesday 7/20/2010

Taylor Crowned DeKalb Fair Little Miss

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Kenlee Renae Taylor won the Little Miss Title of the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday evening.

Taylor, the five year old daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville succeeds the retiring Little Miss Hannah Dawn Hall, the five year old daughter of Joseph and April Hall of Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was Ansley Faith Cantrell, the four year old daughter of Tony and Amee Cantrell of Smithville.

Second runner-up was Addison Jean Puckett, the six year old daughter of Jimmy and Anita Puckett of Smithville.

Four year old Elaina Bryce Turner was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Shane and Regina Turner of Smithville

Meanwhile, six year old Megan Emilee Cantrell Smithville was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Todd and Jenny Cantrell

Five year old McKenzie Faith Sanders, daughter of James and Misti Sanders of Smithville received the title of Miss Photogenic.

Five year old Carlee Stewart, daughter of D.J. and Megan Stewart of Smithville was named Extreme Queen" sponsored by the Extreme Looks Design Team.

Rounding out the top twelve were Lindsey Faye Nokes, the five year old daughter of Toby Nokes and Amanda Stephens of Smithville; Mackenzie Leigh Sprague, the six year old daughter of Wanda and Leo Sprague of Smithville; Maeloree Arlene Kirby, the six year old daughter of Jesse and Shaunna Kirby of Smithville; Katherine Grace Colwell, the six year old daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville; Alonna Lashae Eaton, the six year old daughter of Lonnie Eaton and Wendy Bias of Alexandria; Addison Roller, the five year old daughter of John and Chana Roller of Smithville; Nadia Celeste Creek, the four year old daughter of Barnie and LuAnne Creek of Dowelltown; and Kennedy Grace Agee, the six year old daughter of Josh and January Agee of Liberty.

Kirby Captures Little Mister Crown

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Four year old Trevor Matthew Kirby of Smithville was crowned Little Mister of the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday evening.

Kirby, son of Cyndi and Clent Shehane, succeeds the 2009 Little Mister, Adan Ramirez, the five year old son of Cardelly Haynes of Smithville

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Holden Craig Trapp, the five year old son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville.

Four year old Tony Bryson Trapp, son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville was the second runner-up.

Third runner-up was Chandler Johnson, the five year old son of Dustin and Kristie Johnson of Smithville.

Six year old Evan Sprague, son of Jimmy and Johnna Sprague of Smithville, was named Mister Photogenic.

Other participants were Isaac Lee Lawson, the four year old son of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville and Ethan Winchester, the five year old son of Renee Riddle of Smithville.

The pageant featured these seven contestants.

Monday 7/19/2010

Amanda Bee Martin Wins Fairest of the Fair Pageant

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

20 year old Amanda Bee Martin of Smithville is the 2010 Fairest of the Fair.

Martin, daughter of Lynn and the Late Freddie Martin, was chosen from among six contestants for the title Monday night in Alexandria.

Martin succeeds the 2009 Fairest of the Fair, Rosemary Apple, the 19 year old daughter of Nick and Claire Apple of Smithville

18 year old Breanna Hendrixson was named first runner-up. She is the daughter of Tim and Loretta Hendrixson of Smithville.

17 year old Camry Lou Colvert White, daughter of Stephen and Lou Ann White of Smithville was named second runner-up in the pageant.
Click here to see video clip of Jordyn Mallory Performing on Memory Lane Stage Monday at Fair (courtesy of WJLE).

Third runner-up went to Jessica Agee, the 17 year old daughter of Mike Agee of Watertown. She was also named Extreme Queen, sponsored the Extreme Looks Design Team.

18 year old April Michelle Hale of Smithville, daughter of Kevin and Judith Hale was named Miss Photogenic.

Miss Congeniality went to 17 year old Ciara Roehner, daughter of Christina and William Roehner of Pea Ridge Road.

Fairest of the Fair pictures  on WJLE.com

Tatrow Crowned Junior Fair Princess

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2010 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 16 year old Victoria Dawn Tatrow of Smithville, daughter of Corey and Vicki Funk and the late Shawn Tatrow.

Tatrow succeeds the retiring Junior Fair Princess, Katie Sue Haggard, the 16 year old daughter of David and Vicki Haggard of Smithville. Tatrow was also named Miss Photogenic of the pageant which was held Monday night at the DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria.

The first runner-up was Taneah Brooke Cantrell, the 13 year old daughter of Scott and Tammy Cantrell of Smithville.

Second runner-up was 14 year old Sarah Elizabeth Edwards of Liberty, daughter of Tena and the late Clay Edwards.

14 year old Taylor Cantrell was the third runner-up. She is the daughter of the Jeff and Deborah Cantrell of Smithville.

Heather Jewell Scott of Smithville, the 13 year old daughter of David and Reba Scott was named Miss Congeniality.

Others in the top ten were MaKalee Beth Ruch, the 13 year old daughter of Joe and Melissa Ruch of Smithville; Zoe Elaine Whaley, the 14 year old daughter of Celia and Scott Whaley of Smithville; 16 year old Jasmine Marie Dimas, daughter of Lynda Hamilton and Refugio Dimas of Smithville; 13 year old Lauren Elizabeth Colwell, daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville; Haley Marie Hale, the 13 year old daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale of Smithville; and Amy Lynn Hastings, the 15 year old daughter of Tommy and Paulette Clark of Liberty and James and Lana Hastings of Florida.

The "Extreme Queen" sponsored by Extreme Looks Design Team went to 13 year old Darrian Lanay Turner, daughter of Shane and Regina Turner of Smithville.

A total of 36 young ladies competed in the pageant.

 

 

 

Fair News 2009

DeKalb County Fair Hugely Successful                                                                     

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2009 Grandpa Fair of the South may have been the granddaddy of them all in DeKalb County in terms of attendance.

Jeff McMillen, Manager of the DeKalb County Fair, says this year's fair was a huge success. "The 2009 Fair was the best that we have had, attendance wise. We have tentative numbers and there's a big range, but it looks like somewhere between 21,000 and 25,000. The reason there is such a wide range is because of passes that we haven't counted."

"Our events went well and what we liked about it is that under the economy we have today, we were still able to provide something for a family to come out to and not break the bank in doing it".

McMillen says new attractions this year added to the excitement and at least one, that was rained out, may be rescheduled.. "The rodeo on Thursday night was a great event and they did a good job with it. The attendance was good. In fact attendance was good every night. It rained on Wednesday night and rained out our four wheeler event. I'm not making a promise, but we'll try to work that four wheeler race in at a later date on a Saturday night. If we do we sure hope the people will come out for that."

According to McMillen fairgoers ate plenty and spent a fair amount of money on the carnival rides. "It's unbelievable how much food is consumed at a fair. We talked to the food vendors and they did great. The Lions Club booth did great and the one (booth) that the fair association owns did great. The carnival people did well. He had told me that everywhere he had been in the last six months since the first of the year, it was off eight to ten percent compared to the prior year, but at the DeKalb County Fair, he was up this year. That says a lot for the people around here. They do support what we put out there."

The fair association appreciates the support of the public and the sponsors and McMillen says efforts will be made to make this event better each year. "We really don't have any complaints except we know there are some things that we need to address like seating. We need more seating. We need more bathrooms. But that's problems that's great to have, growth problems. We're very pleased and we just can't say enough about our sponsors and all those people who came through the gates because if it wasn't for them we couldn't have it."

McMillen says if you would like to become a volunteer, your help is welcome, even now for next year. "We sure would like to have more volunteers. Those we have do a great job but we just don't have enough of them. Some of us are getting older and we need a little extra help. We're ready for people now to volunteer because plans for the 2010 fair are being made right now. So volunteer, get involved, and be there in the planning of this event. We'd love to have you."

 

Final Night at the 2009 DeKalb County Fair

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Whether it was to see or take part in the Super Truck and Tractor Pull, for the gospel singing, for the carnival rides, other entertainment, a chance to win $1,000, or all of the above, a huge crowd turned out Saturday to enjoy the last day of their "FAIRCATION" at the DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria.

A drawing was held to give away four thousand dollars and four people, Sherrie Hall of Alexandria, Tim Crosson of Smyrna, Melissa Jones of Smithville, Charlotte Trapp of Smithville each took home $1,000.

Click here to view pictures from the Fair on Saturday.
http://www.wjle.com/fair-saturday

Members of the Fair Board say they want to thank everyone who attended the fair or who supported it in any way. Good crowds each night helped to make this one of the best attended and most successful DeKalb County Fairs in it's long history.

 

DeKalb Idol

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Cody Randolph was the winner of the DeKalb Idol competition held Friday night at the DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria.

Eighteen contestants competed for the title and Randolph was among the top ten called back. This year fans determined the winner by picking their favorite performers via text messaging through DTC Wireless, the sponsor of the event.

Kelsey Vaught of Smith County received second place and Olivia Wright of Smithville came in third place. Elizabeth Koegler of Smithville received the "People's Choice Award"

As the winner of DeKalb Idol, Randolph received a trophy and a $300 cash prize.

Shan Burklow hosted the program which also featured a panel of talent judges portraying Simon Cowell (Joseph Chandler), Paula Abdul (January Agee), and Kellie Pickler (Amanda Lawson)

 

DeKalb Fair Presents Annual Toddler Show

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Winners of the annual Toddler Show were announced Friday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

This year's recipients are as follows:

Girls (13 to 18 months)
Winner- Bailey Elizabeth Kidd, the 18 month old daughter of Kelli Bess and Brandon Kidd of Smithville.
Runner-up- Maggie Yvonne Bain, the 14 month old daughter of Tonya and Jimmy Bain of Smithville.

Boys (13 to 18 months)
Winner-Nickolas Daw, 18 month old son of Arthur and Regena Daw of Smithville
Runner-up- Peyton Wayne Key, 16 month old son of Holly and Shannon Key of Alexandria

Girls (19 to 24 months)
Winner-Cadence Morgan Reynolds, 23 month old daughter of Jeffery David and Danielle Reynolds of Alexandria.
Runner-up- Cali Agee, 20 month old daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Agee of Smithville.

Boys (19 to 24 months)
Winner- Jaxon Blake, 21 month old son of Richard and Tonya Panker of Dowelltown
Runner-up- Cole McMillen, 24 month old son of Chris and Kristine McMillen of Alexandria.

Click here to view pictures of Toddler Show and other Friday scenes at the Fair. http://www.wjle.com/fair-friday

Girls (25 to 30 months)
Winner-Addison Isabella Kyle, 28 month old daughter of Jamie and Kimberly Kyle of Liberty
Runner-up- Cora Lynn Kilgore, 30 month old daughter of John and Ginda Kilgore of Smithville.

Boys (25 to 30 months)
Winner- Jacob Ryan Lawson, 25 month old son of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville
Runner-up-Talan Linnell Gentry, 28 month old son of Tara Stacey and Brad Gentry of Smithville.

Girls (31 to 36 months)
Winner- Madison Brooke Dawson, 35 month old daughter of Jarred and Jamie Dawson of Smithville
Runner-up- Emily Louise Robinson, 35 month old daughter of David and Linda Robinson of Smithville

Boys (31 to 36 months)
Winner- Wesley Kent, 34 month old son of Kevin and Beth Kent of Dowelltown
Runner-up-Conner McClure, 31 month old son of Jimmy and Amanda McClure of Smithville.

Girls (37 to 47 months)
Winner-Elaina Bryce Turner, 42 month old daughter of Shane and Regina Turner of Smithville
Runner-up-Lydia Grace Johnson, 42 month old daughter of Jason Johnson and Crystal Johnson of Smithville

Boys (37 to 47 months)
Winner- Isaac Lee Lawson, 46 month old son of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville
Runner-up-Kaden Nathaniel Trapp, 41 month old son of Melissa Hart and Nathan Trapp of Dowelltown

Twins (12 to 47 months)
No entries.

 

The DeKalb County Fair has one more night of "FAIRCATION" fun in store for you

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The following events are scheduled for Saturday night:

A Horse Shoe Tournament at 3:00 p.m. at the barn; Gospel Singing at the Lion's Club Pavilion at 6:00 p.m. and a Super Tractor and Truck Pull at 6:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena: and a $1000 cash giveaway at 9:00 p.m.

There has been two winners of $1,000 this week, Susan Martin on Tuesday night and Michael Washer on Friday night. Four thousand dollars will be given away on Saturday night in increments of $1,000 each. Your fair admission ticket is your ticket for the cash drawing. You must be present to win.

Fair Manager Jeff McMillen urges fair goers to take the time to enjoy lots of delicious foods from the food booths and stop by to see the many commercial, agricultural, and women's exhibits.

Enjoy nightly entertainment at the Memory Lane Stage in Memory Village. The line-up is as follows:

Saturday night, July 25th
6:00 p.m.-7:45 p.m.- Country Pride
7:45 p.m.-until - Lakeside Drive

Rides on the Midway will be provided by the Family Attractions Amusement Company. Unlimited rides will be available for $16.00.

Admission to the fair is $3.00 per person. Children age four and younger will be admitted free! Gates open at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Parking is Free!

 

Baby Show Winners Awarded at DeKalb County Fair

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Babies from one day to twelve months old were the center of attention during the annual Baby Show held Thursday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Twins (1 day to 12 months)
Winners- Jesse and Thomas Foutch, ten month old children of Michael and Nicole Foutch of Smithville.
Runners-up- Bryson and Brayden Lawson, seven month old children of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville.

Girls (1 day to 3 months)
Winner- Jaycee Kayln Daley, three month old daughter of Megan Linder and Jacob Daley of Smithville
Runner-up- Summer Leigh Poss, two month old daughter of John A. Poss and Jessica R. Bogle of Smithville.

Click here to see more Baby Show pictures and other scenes from the Fair Thursday. http://www.wjle.com/fair-thursday

Boys (1 day to 3 months)
No entries

Girls (4-6 months)
Winner-Eliza Joann Purkey, four month old daughter of Anthony and Elizabeth Purkey of Dowelltown
Runner-up-Chloe Boyd, four month old daughter of Dan and Marianna Boyd of Liberty

Boys (4-6 months)
Winner- Ryder Mac Stanfield, six month old son of Nicole Richards and Hunter Stanfield of Smithville
Runner-up- Wyatt Randall Ware, four month old son of Charlie and Jennifer Ware of Smithville

Girls (7-9 months)
Winner- Brianna Nichole Carr, eight month old daughter of Sherry Hattaway and Kyle Carr of Smithville.
Runner-up- Kenadee Rose Prichard, seven month old daughter of JoDee Stults and Luke Prichard of Smithville.

Boys (7-9 months)
Winner-Dallas Cooper Reynolds, nine month old son of Tim and Jenna Reynolds of Smithville
Runner-up-Braxton Jay Taylor, eight month old son of Bradley and Kari Taylor of Smithville.

Girls (10-12 months)
Winner- Makya Edge, ten month old daughter of Allison Vance and Joseph Edge of Smithville
Runner-up- Danica Hope Collier, twelve month old daughter of Matthew and Brittany Collier of Alexandria.

Boys (10-12 months)
Winner- Levi Walker, ten month old son of Natalie Steinbach and Samuel Walker
Runner-up- Jacob Marlin Stewart, ten month old son of D.J. and Megan Stewart.

 

Qualls Becomes DeKalb County Fair's New Miss Sweetheart

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2009 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart is eleven year old Liz Abigail Qualls of Smithville

Qualls is the daughter of Brad and Kim Trapp and Jason and Stormy Qualls of Smithville.

She succeeds the retiring Miss Sweetheart, twelve year old Taneah Brook Cantrell of Smithville, daughter of Scott and Tammy Cantrell.

The first runner-up in the pageant Wednesday night was MaKalee Beth Ruch, the twelve year old daughter of Joe and Melissa Ruch of Smithville.

Jailyn Paige Bolding was the second runner-up. She is the eleven year old daughter of Bradley and Lori Hendrix of Dowelltown and Brad and Marcy Bolding.

Twelve year old Haley Marie Hale, daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale of Smithville was the third runner-up. She was also named Miss Photogenic.

The title of Miss Congeniality went to Reagan Kori Taylor, the ten year old daughter of Jason and Marie Taylor of Alexandria.

Extreme Looks Hair Design presented an "Extreme Queen" crown to Morgan Pedigo, the eleven year old daughter of Mark and Donna Pedigo of Smithville.


Click here to see pictures from the fair on Wednesday http://www.wjle.com/fair-wednesday

 

Ramirez and Hall Named DeKalb County Fair Little Mister and Miss

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Adan Ramirez and Hannah Dawn Hall were crowned Little Mister and Miss at the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday night.

Ramirez is the four year old son of Carelis Haynes of Smithville and Hall is the four year old daughter of Joseph and April Hall of Smithville.

They succeed the retiring Little Mister and Miss Anthony Gage Trapp and Kacie Malone.

Trapp is the five year old son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville and Malone is the seven year old daughter of Sammy and Nancy Malone of Brush Creek.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was five year old Maeloree Arlene Kirby, daughter of Jesse and Shaunna Kirby of Smithville.

Second runner-up was four year old Kenlee Renae Taylor, daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville.

Six year old Briona Alysse Agee was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Agee of Smithville.

Meanwhile, four year old Carlee Elizabeth West, daughter of D.J. and Megan Stewart of Smithville was named Miss Congeniality.

Four year old McKenzie Faith Sanders, daughter of James and Misti Sanders of Smithville received the title of Miss Photogenic.

Extreme Looks Hair Design awarded the "Extreme Queen" crown to four year old Olivia Faith Bain, daughter of Tasha Bain and Terry Knowles of Anthony Avenue, Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Holden Craig Trapp, the four year old son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville. He was also named Mister Photogenic.

Six year old Desmond Nokes, son of Toby and Jamie Nokes of Smithville was the second runner-up.

Third runner-up was Kolter Garrett Kilgore, the five year old son of John and Ginda Kilgore of Smithville.

Five year old Evan Sprague, son of Jimmy and Johnna Sprague of Smithville, was named Mister Congeniality.

Meanwhile, Susan Martin was the winner of $1,000 at the fair Tuesday night. There was no $1,000 cash winner on Monday night.


Click here to see pictures of the fair from Tuesday http://www.wjle.com/fair-tuesday

 

Katie Sue Haggard Crowned Junior Fair Princess

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2009 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 15 year old Katie Sue Haggard, daughter of David and Vicki Haggard of Smithville.

She succeeds the retiring Junior Fair Princess, 15 year old Kristen LaCole Smartt of Dowelltown, daughter of Aaron and Paula Taylor.

The first runner-up was Chelsie Lewis, the 14 year old daughter of Jimmy and Gina Lewis of Smithville.

Second runner-up was Katelyn Goodwin, the 15 year old daughter of Joey and Kathy Goodwin of Smithville.

15 year old Victoria Dawn Tatrow was the third runner-up. She is the daughter of the late Shanna Tatrow and Corey and Vicki Funk of Smithville.

Martha Alan Webb, the 16 year old daughter of Alan and Lora Webb of Smithville was named Miss Congeniality.

Sara Elizabeth Edwards, 13 year old daughter of Tena Edwards of Liberty and the late Clay Edwards, was chosen Miss Photogenic.

Others in the top ten were Zoe Elaine Whaley, Camry Lou White, Sara Elizabeth Edwards, Cora Beth Rhody, Jasmine Marie Dimas, and Martha Alan Webb.

Extreme Looks Hair Design awarded an "Extreme Queen" based on congeniality, teamwork, sportsmanship, and beauty. The crown went to 13 year old Zoe Elaine Whaley, daughter of Celia and Scott Whaley of Smithville.

The Junior Fair Princess Pageant featured twenty eight young ladies.


Click here to see pictures of the fair on Monday http://www.wjle.com/fair-monday

 

 

Fair News 2008

The Hilltop Arena now has a more fitting name, the T. C. McMillen Memorial Arena

Monday night the arena was named in honor of and dedicated to a highly respected community mindful person

who dedicated his life to his church, family and community.

 

 

 

Nokes Wins DeKalb Idol Competition

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The winner of this year's DeKalb Idol is Jamie Nokes of Smithville

She received the top award at the conclusion of the competition held Saturday night at the DeKalb County Fair.

Others in the top five were:

Second Place- Amber Rowland of Lebanon
Third Place- Elizabeth Koegler of Smithville
Fourth Place- Brandi Norton of Smithville
Fifth Place- Dan McCorkle of Gallatin

 

 

 

Toddler Show Winners Awarded at DeKalb County Fair

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Winners of the annual Toddler Show were awarded Friday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (13 to 18 months)
Winner- Avery Nicole Agee, daughter of Joey and Casey Agee of Dowelltown
Runner-up- Alexis Grace Stanley, daughter of Ross and Brittany Stanley of Dowelltown

Boys (13 to 18 months)
Winner- Kobe Thomas, son of Bradley and Kari Taylor of Smithville
Runner-up- Jacob Ryan Lawson, son of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville

Girls (19 to 24 months)
Winner- Aubrey Felice, daughter of Steven and Kayla Felice of Brush Creek
Runner-up- Annabella Eleni Dakas, daughter of John and Amanda Dakas of Smithville

Boys (19 to 24 months)
Winner- Hunter Bryce Cannon, son of Tracy and Leslie Cannon of Alexandria
Runner-up- Joseph Bristol Redmon, son of Brittney Thomason and Joseph Redmon of Liberty

Girls (25 to 30 months)
Winner- Graceson Boyd, daughter of James and Leslie Boyd of Smithville
Runner-up- Ella Grace Pack, daughter of Andy and Jessica Pack of Smithville

Boys (25 to 30 months)
Winner- Kaden Nathaniel Trapp, son of Melissa Hart and Nathan Trapp of Dowelltown
Runner-up-Tony Bryson Trapp, son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville

Girls (31 to 36 months)
Caitlyn Knight, daughter of Eddie and Beth Davis of Brush Creek
Runner-up- Tacoma Nicole Maples, daughter of Bruce and Shondrell Maples of Smithville

Boys (31 to 36 months)
Isaac Lee Lawson, son of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville
Runner-up- Hasten Cole Waggoner, son of Phillip and Natasha Waggoner of Liberty

Girls (37 to 47 months)
Winner- Emma Grace Johnson, daughter of Jeff and Kelly Johnson of Smithville
Runner-up- Addison Roller, daughter of John and Chana Roller of Smithville

Boys (37 to 47 months)
Winner- Bryson Clay Cripps, son of Bobby and Amanda Cripps of Hickman
Runner-up- Holden Clay Trapp, son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville

Twins (12 to 47 months)
Winners- Conner and Caitlyn Knight, children of Eddie and Beth Davis of Brush Creek
Runners-up- Darrell and Gabrielle Wobus, children of Margie Drennan of Smithville.

 

 

 

   

    

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Baby Show Winners Announced at DeKalb County Fair

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Babies from one day to twelve months old were showcased during the annual Baby Show held Thursday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (1 day to 3 months)
Winner- Danica Hope Collier, daughter of Matthew Collier and Brittany George of Alexandria
Runner-up- Kyleigh Brooke Bain, daughter of Latroya Bain of Smithville.

Boys (1 day to 3 months)
Winner- Nathan Izayah Dowell, son of Nathan and Jayme Dowell of Smithville
Runner-up- Conner Bradley Talley, son of Brad and Carrie Talley of Alexandria

Girls (4-6 months)
Winner- Jolene Eve Stover, daughter of Jason and Erica Stover of Lancaster
Runner-up- Isabella Faith Rackley, daughter of Gordon and Jessica Rackley of Smithville

Boys (4-6 months)
Winner- Brownie Johnson, son of Bradley and Kristan Johnson of Dowelltown
Runner-up- Camden Lee Mackie, son of Jeff and Tiffany Mackie of Smith County

Girls (7-9 months)
Winner- Cali Beth Agee, daughter of Kevin and Jennifer Agee of Smith County
Runner-up- Taylor Grace Patterson, daughter of Timmy and Mary Patterson of Smithville

Boys (7-9 months)
Winner- Christopher Corbin Southard, son of Brian and Michelle Southard of Smithville
Runner-up- Preston Lee Miller, son of Billy and Dyanna Miller of Smithville

Girls (10-12 months)
Winner- Annyiah Kensley Hicks, daughter of Wayne and Amanda Hicks and Danielle Staggs of Smithville
Runner-up- Madison Rae Haley, daughter of Brittany Haley and Shelby Anderson of Alexandria

Boys (10-12 months)
Winner- Bobby Cripps III, son of Bobby Cripps, Jr. and Amanda Cripps of Hickman
Runner-up- Austin Reid Rollin, son of T.J. Rollin and Aquilla Rollin of Alexandria.

Twins (1 day to 12 months)- Austin and Lillian Vickers, children of Brandi and Kevin Vickers of Liberty.

 

 

Trapp and Malone Crowned Little Mister and Miss of DeKalb County Fair

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Anthony Gage Trapp and Kacie Malone were crowned Little Mister and Miss at the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday night.

Trapp is the four year old son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville and Malone is the six year old daughter of Sammy and Nancy Malone of Brush Creek.

They succeed the retiring Little Mister and Miss, Levi Katon Driver and Sarah Anne Colwell. Driver is the five year old son of Brad and Kelly Driver of Dowelltown and Colwell is the seven year old daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was 5 year old Monica Carlton, daughter of Amanda Carlton of Smithville

Second runner-up was 5 year old Makenzie Brooke Poss, daughter of Terri Poss of Smithville.

Four year old Graci Starnes was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Brandon and Joelle Starnes of Smithville.

Meanwhile, 5 year old Leah Brooke Davis was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Kerry and Glenda Davis of Smithville.

Four year old Haidyn Renee Hale of Smithville, daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale, received the title of Miss Photogenic.

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Ethan Evans, the 6 year old son of Sherry and Ricky Evans of Smithville

Four year old Jackson Dakota Hale, son of William and Becky Hale of Liberty was the second runner-up..

Third runner-up was Kasen Dwayne Johnson, the 4 year old son of Jason and Crystal Johnson of Smithville.

 

 

 

 

Miss Sweetheart Title Goes to Cantrell

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The 2008 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart is 11 year old Taneah Brook Cantrell of Smithville

Cantrell is the daughter of Scott and Tammy Cantrell.

She succeeds the retiring Miss Sweetheart, 13 year old Chelsea Lewis of Smithville, daughter of Jimmy and Gina Lewis.

The first runner-up in the pageant was Sarah Elizabeth Edwards, the 12 year old daughter of Clay and Tena Edwards of Liberty. Edwards also received the title of Miss Congeniality.

Zoe Elaine Whaley was the second runner-up. She is the 12 year old daughter of Celia and Scott Whaley of Smithville. Whaley was also named Miss Photogenic.

12 year old Brittany Wilkerson, daughter of Michelle Cantrell and Sean Wilkerson of Smithville, was the third runner-up.

Franklin Gets Little Miss Princess Crown

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Nine year old Destiny Danielle Franklin of Smithville was crowned Little Miss Princess at the DeKalb County Fair Wednesday night.

Franklin is the daughter of Jennifer Franklin and Charlie Ware.

She succeeds the 2007 Little Miss Princess, 9 year old Mary Elizabeth Murray, daughter of Angel Brown and Dwight Murray of Smithville.

First runner-up in the pageant was Kyra Paige Agee, the 8 year old daughter of April Davis and Donny Agee of Smithville.

Eight year old Caitlin Leigh Tyree of Liberty was the second runner-up. She is the daughter of Josh and Carrie Tyree..

Third runner-up was Brooklynn Estes, the 7 year old daughter of Shanna and Chris Bogle of Dowelltown..

The title of Miss Congeniality went to Hailey Nicole Glass, the 9 year old daughter of Doyle Glass and Debbie Glass of Alexandria.

Seven year old Abigail Hope Taylor was named Miss Photogenic. She is the daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville

 

 

Trapp and Malone Crowned Little Mister and Miss of DeKalb County Fair

 Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Anthony Gage Trapp and Kacie Malone were crowned Little Mister and Miss at the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday night.

Trapp is the four year old son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville and Malone is the six year old daughter of Sammy and Nancy Malone of Brush Creek.

They succeed the retiring Little Mister and Miss, Levi Katon Driver and Sarah Anne Colwell.

Driver is the five year old son of Brad and Kelly Driver of Dowelltown and Colwell is the seven year old daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was 5 year old Monica Carlton, daughter of Amanda Carlton of Smithville

Second runner-up was 5 year old Makenzie Brooke Poss, daughter of Terri Poss of Smithville.

Four year old Graci Starnes was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Brandon and Joelle Starnes of Smithville.

Meanwhile, 5 year old Leah Brooke Davis was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Kerry and Glenda Davis of Smithville.

Four year old Haidyn Renee Hale of Smithville, daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale, received the title of Miss Photogenic.

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Ethan Evans, the 6 year old son of Sherry and Ricky Evans of Smithville

Four year old Jackson Dakota Hale, son of William and Becky Hale of Liberty was the second runner-up..

Third runner-up was Kasen Dwayne Johnson, the 4 year old son of Jason and Crystal Johnson of Smithville.

 

 

Smartt Wins Junior Fair Princess Title

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The 2008 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 14 year old Kristen LaCole Smartt of Dowelltown, daughter of Aaron and Paula Taylor.

She succeeds the retiring Junior Fair Princess, 16 year old Whitney LaRay Moss, daughter of Greg and Wendy Moss of Alexandria.

The first runner-up was Martha Alan Webb, the 15 year old daughter of Alan and Lora Webb of Smithville. Martha Webb was also named Miss Congeniality.

Second runner-up was Arielle Corine Davis, the 13 year old daughter of Eddie and Beth Davis of Brush Creek.

14 year old Jasmine Marie Dimas of Smithville, daughter of Lynda Hamilton and Refugio Dimas, was the third runner-up.

Erin Cantrell Pryor, daughter of Edgar and Lori Pryor, was named Miss Photogenic.

The pageant Monday night featured twenty contestants.

Linn Crowned Fairest of the Fair

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20 year old Nicole Linn of Smithville was crowned the 2008 Fairest of the Fair on opening night of the DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria Monday night.

Linn, daughter of Leo and Doris Linn, succeeds the retiring Fairest of the Fair, 19 year old Courtney Curtis of Smithville, daughter of Brett and Sherree Curtis.

First runner-up in the pageant was Jessie Strickland of Alexandria, the 17 year old daughter of Jerry Strickland and the late Melissa Strickland.

Second runner-up was Trista Atnip of Smithville, the 17 year old daughter of Jonathan and Twana Green and Barry and Veronica Atnip.

Trista Atnip was also named Miss Photogenic.

17 year old Rosemary Apple, daughter of Nick and Claire Apple of Smithville was the Third Runner-up.

19 year old Wendy Michelle Scott of Smithville was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Kathy Scott and the late Billy Ray Scott.

There were six contestants in the pageant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who Do I Ask About ?

Admission to the fair is $3.00 per person.

Children age four and younger will be admitted free.

Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday.

Parking is Free.

6/23/08 A revised Fair Trifold has been posted on this site

Entry dates for the Sandlin Center Exhibits are:

Non-perishable items: Saturday, July 12, 2008 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Perishable items: Saturday, July 19, 2008 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

2008 Event Flyers are on the web site (view)

* NEW * An Off Road Challenge will be held Monday Night, 6:30 PM, at the Hilltop Arena *NEW*

Every Night is T-Shirt Night at the Fair

Wear any DeKalb County Fair T-Shirt, from any year, & ask (at the entrance gate) for your

ticket for the drawing for bonus prizes to be given when the drawing is made at 9:00 PM

2008 Fair Events from WJLE's web site (view)

Ride Night is Every Night - $16.00

The 2008 Fair Exhibit Catalog has been posted on this site (Go To Catalog)

The 2008 Catalog is also available at the Post Office, Chamber of Commerce, Liberty Bank, DeKalb Community Bank & Regions Bank

(in DeKalb County)

Studio Six Limited has all pageant information and entry forms on their web site.

(Link to Studio Six Fair Pageant Info)

You may register online (as of June 3rd) or you can print the entry forms and

bring them to the fairgrounds at the provided date prior to the fair.

Be sure and read the information sheet for the pageant in which you are interested.

 

 

Fair News 2007

Toddler Show Winners Awarded at DeKalb County Fair

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Winners of the annual Toddler Show were awarded Friday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (13 to 18 months)
First Place- Bella Nicole Moser, daughter of Tyson Moser and Melissa Higgins of Smithville
Second Place- Grace Boyd, daughter of Leslie and James Boyd of Smithville

Boys (13 to 18 months)
First Place- Tony Bryson Trapp, son of Amanda and Tony Trapp of Smithville
Second Place- Kaden Trapp, son of Melissa Hart and Nathan Trapp of Smithville

Girls (19 to 24 months)
First Place- Lydia Grace Johnson, daughter of Jason and Crystal Johnson of Smithville
Second Place- Tacoma Nicole Maples, daughter of Bruce and Shondrell Maples of Rock Island

Boys (19 to 24 months)
First Place- Briz Trapp, II, son of Brad and Kim Trapp of Smithville..
Second place- Coen Edward Pipes, son of Jimmy and Brandy Pipes of Brush Creek.

Girls (25 to 30 months)
First Place- Harlee Rae Stanley, daughter of Chris and Dana Stanley of Liberty
Second Place- Carlee Elizabeth, daughter of Megan West of Smithville

Boys (25 to 30 months)
First Place- Holden Craig Trapp, son of Amanda and Tony Trapp of Smithville.
Second Place- Adan Ramirez, son of Carelis Haynes and Roel Ramirez of Smithville

Girls (31 to 36 months)
First Place- Sophia Angeletti, daughter of Stacy Angeletti of Smithville
Second Place- Jana Faith Tripp, daughter of Jonathan and Beth Tripp of Liberty

Boys (31 to 36 months)
First Place- Ethan Cole Winchester, son of Renee Winchester of Smithville

Girls (37 to 47 months)
First Place- Jaycee Rochelle Johnson, daughter of Shelley and Tim Hearn and Jonathan Johnson of Alexandria.
Second Place- Alley Beth Cook, daughter of Troy and Julie Cook of Alexandria.

Boys (37 to 47 months)
First Place- Dakota Patrick, son of Jessica Patrick and Josh Gunter of Smithville
Second Place- Kasen Johnson, son of Jason and Crystal Johnson of Smithville.

Twins (12 to 47 months)
First Place- Lydia Caroline and Jathon Roth Willoughby. Their parents are Jonathon and Renee Willoughby of Smithville.

Jo Ann Tramel was the $1,000 cash winner Friday night.

DeKalb County Fair Features Baby Show

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Babies from one day to twelve months old were showcased during the annual Baby Show held Thursday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (1 day to 3 months)
First Place- Kaitlyn Brooke Summers, daughter of Alisha Root and Matt Summers of Smithville.
Second Place- Madison Gale Byars, daughter of Amy Walker and Cody Byars of Smithville

Boys (1 day to 3 months)
First Place- Jacob Ryan Lawson, son of Tim and Christy Lawson of Smithville
Second Place- Savory Ike Brown, son of Elizabeth Hutson and Matthew Brown of Smithville

Girls (4-6 months)
First Place- Katherine Irene Knowles, daughter of Jared and Karen Knowles of Smithville
Second Place- Addison Grace Miller, daughter of Josh and Amy Miller of Smithville.

Boys (4-6 months)
First Place- Robert Zaxton Grandstaff, son of Marcus and Dianna Grandstaff of Alexandria
Second Place- Alex Lane Lemons, son of Ed and Ashley Lemons of Smithville

Girls (7-9 months)
First Place- Sway Roberts, daughter of Mickie Ritchie and Ralph Roberts of Liberty
Second Place- Katlynn Miranda, daughter of Phillip and Rachel Miranda of Smithville

Boys (7-9 months)
First Place- Jordon Dallas Parker, son of Kendall and Dallas Parker of Smithville
Second Place- Spencer Lee Pipes, son of Jimmy and Brandy Pipes of Brush Creek

Girls (10-12 months)
First Place- Ila Renee Adcock, daughter of David and Shannon Adcock of Smithville
Second Place- Emily Louise Robinson, daughter of David and Linda Robinson of Smithville

Boys (10-12 months)
First Place- Braydon Murphy, son of Michaela and Cody Murphy of Smithville
Second Place- Noah Seth Culwell, son of Jonathon and Hayley Culwell of Smithville

Twins (1 day to 12 months)- Andrew Jackson Dakas and Annabella Eleni Dakas. Their parents are John and Amanda Dakas of Smithville
 

Lisa Oakley won the $1,000 cash giveaway Thursday night.

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Murray Named Little Miss Princess

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Eight year old Mary Elizabeth Murray was crowned Little Miss Princess at the DeKalb County Fair Wednesday night.

Murray is the daughter of Angel Brown and Dwight Murray of Smithville.

She succeeds the retiring 2006 Little Miss Princess, 10 year old Kelsey Sueanna Hedge, daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville.

First runner-up in the pageant was Mallory Dickerson, the eight year old daughter of Terry and Tracy Dickerson of Carthage.

Eight year old Rosa Maria Payne of Alexandria was second runner-up and also named Miss Photogenic.. She is the daughter of Tammy and Randy Payne.

Third runner-up was seven year old Caitlin Tyree, daughter of Josh and Carrie Tyree of Liberty.

Rick Martin was the winner of the $1,000 cash giveaway Wednesday night.

 

Lewis Claims Title of Miss Sweetheart at DeKalb County Fair

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The 2007 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart is 12 year old Chelsea Lewis of Smithville.

Lewis, the daughter of Jimmy and Gina Lewis, was crowned Wednesday night during the annual pageant at the fair.

She succeeds the 2006 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart, 12 year old Kelley Beth Walker, daughter of Shane and Michelle Walker of Smithville.

The first runner-up in the pageant was 12 year old Arielle Corinne Davis, daughter of Eddie and Beth Davis of Brush Creek.

Brittany Wilkerson was the second runner-up. She is the 11 year old daughter of Michelle Cantrell of Smithville and Sean Wilkerson of Lebanon.

11 year old Sarah Elizabeth Edwards of Liberty was the third runner-up. She is the daughter of Clay and Tena Edwards.

Meanwhile, 11 year old Shauna Faith Taylor, daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville, was named Miss Congeniality.

 

Driver and Colwell Crowned Little Mister and Miss at Fair

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Levi Katon Driver and Sarah Anne Colwell were crowned Little Mister and Miss at the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday night.

Driver, who was also named Mister Congeniality, is the four year old son of Brad and Kelly Driver of Dowelltown and Colwell is the six year old daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville.

They succeed the retiring Little Mister and Miss Hunter Vaught and Macy Elizabeth Hedge. Vaught is the seven year old son of Ronnie and Bethany Vaught of Brush Creek and Hedge is the six year old daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was Alexis Diann Bly, the seven year old daughter of Steven and Cristy Bly of Smithville.

Second runner-up was four year old Taylor Nicole Gibbs, daughter of Teesha Gibbs of Smithville.

Six year old Madison Elaine Colwell was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Gabriel and Heather Colwell of Smithville.

Meanwhile, four year old Sarah Rose Smith was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Shane and Amy Smith of Gordonsville.

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Bryson Lee Stewart, the four year old son of D.J. Stewart and Dallas Parker of Smithville.

Five year old Colin Howell was the second runner-up. He is the son of Michael and Juanita Howell of Brush Creek.

Third runner-up was Ethan Lane Evans, the five year old son of Sherry and Ricky Evans of Smithville.

Alan Cox was the winner of the $1,000 cash giveaway Tuesday night.

 

Courtney Curtis Wins Fairest of the Fair Pageant

Courtney Curtis Named Fairest of the Fair

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18 year old Courtney Curtis of Smithville, daughter of Brett and Sherree Curtis, is the 2007 DeKalb County Fairest of the Fair.

She succeeds the retiring Fairest of the Fair, 19 year old Whitney Nicole Rice of Smithville, daughter of Brenda and the late Bobby Rice.

First runner-up in the pageant was 19 year old Christen Ashley Hale, daughter of Craig and Evelyn Hale of Dowelltown.

Second runner-up was 20 year old Tara Joan Griffin, daughter of Mike and Tammy Griffin of Alexandria.

18 year old Wendy Michelle Scott of Smithville was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Kathy Scott and the late Billy Ray Scott.


Jan Hawker was the $1,000 cash winner Monday night.

 

 

Whitney Moss Crowned Junior Fair Princess

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2007 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 15 year old Whitney LaRay Moss, daughter of Greg and Wendy Moss of Alexandria.

She succeeds the retiring 2006 Junior Fair Princess, 16 year old Rosemary Apple of Smithville, daughter of Nick and Claire Apple.

The first runner-up was 13 year old Cora Beth Rhody, daughter of Kenny and Beth Rhody of Smithville.

Second runner-up was 13 year old Kristen Smartt, daughter of Aaron and Paula Taylor of Dowelltown.

13 year old Heather Marie Hughes was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Shawn McGowan and Mike Hughes of Smithville.

14 year old Martha Alan Webb was named Miss Photogenic. She is the daughter of Alan and Lora Webb of Smithville.

 

Saturday 7/21, BOTH Perishable AND non-perishable items will be accepted at the exhibit building.

 

 

 

Fair News 2006

Saturday Night Drawing will be for $3,000 !!

CHECK OUT THE ALL NEW PIONEER VILLAGE STAGE AT THE 2006 DEKALB COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS!

·        Come and see the 1st Annual Minor/Major Checker Tournament

·        Clogging and Freestyle Dance 

·        Shade Tree Pickers 

·        Gospel and Country Music 

·        Children – have your eyes examined at the Lions Club “Sight Bus” 

·        Meet and greet your local educators at the big yellow school bus 

·        Demonstrations 

·        Storytelling 

·        Official Fair Registry 

·        School Day Memories at Pioneer Village 

·        Visit the Bank and “check” it out at Pioneer Village 

·        DeKalb County Industry Display at Pioneer Village 

·        Get your official Commemorative Stamp celebrating 150 years of the DeKalb County Fair at the active U.S. Post Office in Pioneer Village 

Apple Crowned Junior Fair Princess

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

The 2006 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 15 year old Rosemary Apple of Smithville, daughter of Nick and Claire Apple.

She succeeds the retiring 2005 Junior Fair Princess, Leslie McCollum, the 17 year old daughter of Jennifer and Bobby Simpson of Alexandria.

The first runner-up in the Monday night pageant was Keshia Poss, the 15 year old daughter of Byron and Robin Poss of Smithville.

The second runner-up was Keely Hix, the 12 year old daughter of Elisa and Lee Oliver of Gordonsville.

12 year old Taylor Marie Cantrell of Smithville was named Miss Congeniality. She is the daughter of Jeff and Renea Cantrell.

 

Rice Chosen Fairest Of The Fair

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18 year old Whitney Nicole Rice of Smithville is the 2006 DeKalb County Fairest of the Fair.

Rice is the daughter of Brenda and the late Bobby Rice.

She succeeds the retiring 2005 Fairest of the Fair Jodee Leigh Stults, the 18 year old daughter of Kenny and Tavia Stults of Dowelltown.

The first runner-up in the Monday night pageant was Tara Joan Griffin, the 19 year old daughter of Mike and Tammy Griffin of Alexandria. Griffin was also named Miss Congeniality.

The second runner-up was Christen Ashley Hale, the 18 year old daughter of Craig and Evelyn Hale of Liberty.
 

 

LeAnn Rimes Appears At DeKalb Fair Monday Night For Music Video Shoot

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The DeKalb County Fair had a special visitor Monday night.

Recording artist LeAnn Rimes and a video crew were on the fair grounds, both during and after the fair, shooting scenes for a new music video to be released soon.

The video production featured Rimes amid fair attractions and on rides while children and other locals were included in some of the scenes.

Rimes has sold more than 37 million records, won two Grammys and received numerous industry awards.

LeAnn's Curb debut, Blue, made her a star at thirteen, racking up a record-setting 123,000 sales in its first week on its way to more than eight million purchases, and earning her two Grammy Awards, including the first Best New Artist distinction ever won by a country artist. Her follow-up, You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs, made history by releasing at number one in three Billboard categories – country, pop, and contemporary Christian. Her next three albums topped the country listings too, while her singles made equally deep impressions; one, "How Do I Live" (1997), lodged for an unprecedented eight months at number one en route to more than two hundred weeks on the country singles charts.

Rimes' new project called "Whatever We Wanna" was released internationally on June 5th and marks her ninth studio album. Among the songs included on this collection of new material is the hit single "And It Feels Like" and a stellar duet with Brian McFadden on "Everybody's Someone".

Vaught And Hedge Win Little Mister And Miss Fair Pageants

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Hunter Vaught and Macy Elizabeth Hedge were crowned Little Mister and Miss at the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday night.

Vaught is the 6 year old son of Ronnie and Bethany Vaught of Brush Creek.

Hedge is the 5 year old daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville.

The 2006 winners succeed the retiring Little Mister and Miss, Tanner James Poss and Deering Grace Hendrixson.

Poss is the 5 year old son of Jimmy and J. J. Poss of Smithville and Hendrixson is the 5 year old daughter of Darbie and Tiffany Hendrixson of Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was Cailin Trapp, the 5 year old daughter of Brad and Kim Trapp of Smithville and Mike and Vanessa Hayes.

Second runner-up was 4 year old Elizabeth Grace Guinn, daughter of Rick and Kendra Guinn of Smithville.

Four year old Madison Hope Gossard, daughter of Kenneth and Stephanie Murphy of Smithville, was named Miss Manners.

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Triston Stanley, the 5 year old son of Kim Curtis and Steve Stanley of Smithville. He was also named Mister Manners.

Six year old Austin David Johnson was the second runner-up. He is the son of David and Patricia Johnson of Dowelltown.

 

Little Miss Princess Title Goes To Kelsey Sueanna Hedge

Dwayne Page (taken from www.WJLE.com with permission)

Nine year old Kelsey Sueanna Hedge was crowned Little Miss Princess at the DeKalb County Fair Wednesday night.

Hedge is the daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville.

She succeeds the retiring 2005 Little Miss Princess, Haley Marie Hale, the 9 year-old daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale of Smithville.

First runner-up in the pageant was Destiny Danielle Franklin, the 7 seven year old daughter of Christopher and Jennifer Franklin of Smithville. She was also named Miss Photogenic.

Seven year old Tyra Grace Graham was the second runner-up. She is the daughter of Kyle and Doris Graham of Smithville.

Walker Crowned Miss Sweetheart

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The 2006 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart is 11 year old Kelley Beth Walker.

She was crowned Wednesday night during the annual pageant held at the fair.

Walker is the daughter of Shane and Michelle Walker of Smithville.

She succeeds the retiring 2005 Miss Sweetheart, Kristen Smartt, the 12-year-old daughter of Aaron and Paula Taylor and Leslie and Dedra Smartt of Smithville.

The first runner-up in the pageant was Tessa Shawn Thomas, the 12 year old daughter of Troy and Judy Thomas of Smithville.

Kerigan Bess Sanders was the second runner-up. She is the 10 year old daughter of Larry and Melissa Knowles of Smithville.

11 year old Arielle Corinne Davis was named Miss Photogenic. She is the daughter of Eddie and Beth Davis of Brush Creek.

 

DeKalb County Fair Features Baby Show

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Babies from one day to twelve months old were showcased during the annual Baby Show held Thursday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (1 day to 3 months)
First Place- Hannah Beth Brooks, daughter of Derrick and Beth Brooks.

Boys (1 day to 3 months)
First Place- Vallem Gage Grisham, son of Nathan and Kandra Grisham.

Girls (4-6 months)
First Place- Kyra Michelle Baker, daughter of Matthew and Crystal Baker

Boys (4-6 months)
First Place- Zackery Wil Farris, son of Nathan and Nena Farris

Girls (7-9 months)
First Place- Abigail "Abbi" Williams, daughter of Chad and Glenda Williams.

Boys (7-9 months)
First Place- Hasten Cole Waggoner, son of Phillip and Natasha Waggoner

Girls (10-12 months)
First Place- Jada Gabrielle Maddox, daughter of Amanda Rich and Larry Maddox

Boys (10-12 months)
First Place- Thomas Andrew Shields, son of Brenda and Jim Shields.

There were no twins in the contest

 

Toddler Show Winners Awarded At DeKalb County Fair

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Winners of the annual Toddler Show were awarded Friday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

The winners are as follows:

Girls (13 to 18 months)
First Place- Harlee Rae Stanley, daughter of Chris and Dana Stanley
Second Place- Carlee Elizabeth West, daughter of Megan West.

Boys (13 to 18 months)
First Place- Adan Roel Haynes, son of Carelis Haynes and Roel Ramirez
Second Place- Devon J. Maxwell, son of David and Christy Maxwell

Girls (19 to 24 months)
First Place- Jana Faith Tripp, daughter of Jonathon and Beth Tripp
Second Place- Jacklyn Rose Kleparek, daughter of LaTonya and Dylan Kleparek

Boys (19 to 24 months)
First Place- Ethan Winchester, son of Renee Winchester.
Second place- None

Girls (25 to 30 months)
First Place- Ali Bain, daughter of Jimmy and Tonya Bain
Second Place- Addison Jean Puckett, daughter of Jimmy and Anita Puckett.

Boys (25 to 30 months)
First Place- Hagen Wayne Waggoner, son of Phillip and Natasha Waggoner.
Second Place- Kasen Johnson, son of Jason and Crystal Johnson

Girls (31 to 36 months)
First Place- Jaycee Rochelle Johnson, daughter of Jonathon Johnson and Shelley an Tim Hearn..
Second Place- Madison Rae Rackley, daughter of Gordon and Jessica Rackley

Boys (31 to 36 months)
First Place- Hayden Rigsby, son of David and Tyroma Rigsby
Second Place- Matthew Tyler Buchanan, son of Matthew and Kristen Buchanan


Girls (37 to 47 months)
First Place- Taylor Gibbs, daughter of Teesha Gibbs
Second Place- Kiley Faith Staley, daughter of Tim and Debbie Staley


Boys (37 to 47 months)
First Place- Levi Katon Driver, son of Brad and Kelly Driver
Second Place- Josef Micah Osment, son of Billy and Angela Osment.


Twins (13 to 47 months)
First Place- Lydia and Jathan Willoughby, children of Jonathon and Rena Willoughby
Second Place- None

Meanwhile, there has been two cash winners at the fair this week.

Doyle Curtis won the $1,000 cash giveaway Tuesday night. There was no winner on Monday night, Wednesday night, or Thursday night.

Kevin Roberts was the $1,000 cash winner Friday night.

A total of $3,000 will be given away to one winner Saturday night at 9:00 p.m. You must be present to win. Your admission ticket is your ticket for the drawing.

Visit the Events Information tent on the fairgrounds.

 

 

Fair News 2005

 

Junior Fair Princess 2005

Leslie McCollum, the 16 year old daughter of Jennifer and Bobby Simpson of Alexandria.

First runner-up in the pageant was Tiffany Shena Winchester, the 14 year old daughter of Jeff and Meresa Winchester of Smithville.

Second runner-up was Rosemary Apple, the 14 year old daughter of Nick and Claire Apple of Smithville.

Miss Congeniality was 16 year old Ashlee Nicole Moss, daughter of Greg and Wendy Moss of Alexandria

Fairest Of The Fair 2005

Jodee Leigh Stults was named the 2005 DeKalb County Fairest of the Fair.

Stults, daughter of Kenny and Tavia Stults of Dowelltown.

First runner-up was Whitney Nicole Rice, the 17 year old daughter of Brenda Rice of Smithville and the late Bobby Rice.

Second runner-up was Christen Ashley Hale, the 17 year old daughter of Craig Hale and Evie Hale of Liberty.

Miss Congeniality was Paige Bass. She is the daughter of Dennis and Rhonda Bass of Alexandria.



$1,000 Winners

Monday: Dana Davis of Dowelltown.

Tuesday: Edward Vaden of Wilson County.

Wednesday: Monica Thompson of Alexandria.

Thursday: No Winner - Money Carried over to Saturday night.

Friday: No Winner - Money Carried over to Saturday night.

Saturday Night Drawing Now @ $2,000

 

Grand Opening & Dedication


Members of the DeKalb County Fair Association & past to present bankers observed the grand opening of the new DeKalb Bank Building. The Pioneer Village at the fair grounds was dedicated in honor of Frances Lawrence, who was presented a plaque for her dedication and devotion.

 

Little Miss And Mister Pageants

Tanner James Poss and Deering Grace Hendrixson were crowned Little Mister and Miss.

Poss is the four year old son of Jimmy and J. J. Poss of Smithville and Hendrixson is the four year old daughter of Darbie and Tiffany Hendrixson of Smithville.

Little Miss First runner-up was Emily Hope Burklow, the five year old daughter of Andy and Shan Burklow of Dowelltown.

Second Runner-Up: Four year old Macy Elizabeth Hedge. She is the daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville.

Miss Manners: six year old Abbie Marie Vaden. She is the daughter of Chris and Susie Vaden of Gordonsville.

Little Mister First runner-up: Triston Curtis, the four year old son of Kim Curtis and Steve Stanley of Smithville.

Second Runner-Up: Four year old Thomas Brady Driver. He was also named Mister Manners. He is the son of Brad and Kelly Driver of Dowelltown.


 

Miss Sweetheart

Kristen Smartt named Miss Sweetheart.

First runner-up and Miss Photogenic was 10 year old Chelsea Alia Lewis.

Second Runner-up: Cora Beth Rhody.



Little Miss Princess


Little Miss Princess:  8 year old Haley Marie Hale, daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale of Smithville.

First runner-up:  7 year old Tyra Grace Graham, daughter of Kyle and Doris Graham of Smithville.

Second runner-up:  9 year old Sarah Elizabeth Edwards, daughter of Clay and Tena Edwards of Liberty.

Miss Photogenic:  8 year old Darrian Lanay Turner, daughter of Shane and Regina Turner of Smithville.


 

 

Baby Show Winners

Girls (1 day to 3 months) Kenlee Renae Taylor, daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville

Boys (1 day to 3 months) Braedon Lane Bechtel, son of Steven and Adrian Bechtel of Smithville.

Girls (4-6 months) Tavia Logan Oakley, daughter of Joe and Shana Oakley of Smithville.

Boys (4-6 months) Andrew Reece Vickers, son of Jonathan Vickers and Crystal Norton of Smithville.

Girls (7-9 months) Aniston Jane Farler, daughter of Keith and Sabrina Farler of Doweltown.

Boys (7-9 months) Cooper Boles, son of Perry and Rachael Boles of Alexandria.

Girls (10-12 months) Courtney Elizabeth London, daughter of Jeff and Dana London of Smithville.
 
Boys (10-12 months) Lucas Gray Roberts, son of Ritchie and Jolonda Roberts of Carthage.

Twins (1 day to 12 months) Kristian Laine and Tony Blaine Moore, children of Jason and Julie Moore of Smithville.

 

Toddler Show Winners

Girls (13 to 18 months)
First Place- Haidyn Renee Hale, 14 month old daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale of Smithville
Second Place- Addison Jean Puckett, 14 month old daughter of Jimmy and Anita Puckett of Smithville.

Boys (13 to 18 months)
First Place- Tylan Cole Panker, 14 month old son of Richard and Tonya Panker of Smithville.
Second Place- Kasen Johnson, 18 month old son of Jason and Crystal Johnson of Smithville.

Girls (19 to 24 months)
First Place- Kaitlyn Fish, 22 month old daughter of Daniel and Janet Fish of Smithville.
Second Place- Kennedy Grace Agee, 22 month old daughter of Josh and January Agee of Liberty

Boys (19 to 24 months)
First Place- Brayden Cusino, 21 month old son of Michael Cusino and Brandi Fletcher of Watertown.
Second place- Preston Robert Moore, 21 month old son of Clayton Moore and Ashley Adcock of Smithville.

Girls (25 to 30 months)
First Place- Kiley Faith Staley, 25 month old daughter of Tim and Debbie Staley of Dowelltown.
Second Place- Skylar McKinlee Fuson, 29 month old daughter of Scotty and Aleisha Fuson of Smithville.

Boys (25 to 30 months)
First Place- Jasper David Kleparek, 27 month old son of Dylan and LaTonya Kleparek of Smithville
Second Place- Jacob Lee Winchester, 27 month old son of Jeff and Meresa Winchester of Smithville

Girls (31 to 36 months)
First Place- Chelsea Hope Bennett, 36 month old daughter of April Bennett and Eddie Taylor of Smithville.
Second Place- Taylor Gibbs, 35 month old daughter of Teesha Gibbs of Smithville.

Boys (31 to 36 months)
First Place- Bryson Stewart, 31 month old son of Dallas and D.J. Stewart of Smithville.
Second Place- Justin Johnson, 32 month old son of Darrell and Inga Johnson of Liberty.


Girls (37 to 47 months)
First Place- Lauren Boles
, 47 month old daughter of Perry and Rachel Boles of Alexandria.
Second Place- Madison Faith Mick, 47 month old daughter of Chris and Greta Mick of Smithville.


Boys (37 to 47 months)
First Place- Matthew Allen Jones, 37 month old son of Allen and Susan Jones of Carthage.
Second Place- Jacob Daniel Clendenon, 41 month old son of Jeff and Linda Williams of Smithville.


Twins (13 to 47 months)
First Place- Jathan Roth and Lydia Caroline Willoughby, 19 month old children of Jonathon and Renee Willoughby of Dowelltown.
Second Place- Caiti and Cassi Vaden, 13 month old children of Travis and Jerri Lin Vaden of Gordonsville.

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