McKinley Grace Waters Chosen as Fairest of the Fair

FAIREST OF FAIR AND COURT:
Left to right; Fourth runner-up Bailee Fawn Robbins, Second runner-up Shelby Grace Storie, 2019 Fentress County Fairest of the Fair McKinley Grace Waters, First runner-up Breanna Noell Bush, and Third Runner-up Hannah Rae Hull.

The 2019 Fentress County Fair got underway on Monday night with two of the most popular events of fair week — the Little Miss Fairest of the Fair and the Fairest of the Fair Contest.

Both the Little Miss Fairest of the Fair and Fairest of the Fair are sponsored annually by Progressive Savings Bank, the Rains Agency, and Cravens & Co.

Mark Justice served as moderator for the contests.

In the Fairest of the Fair contest, there were 10 lovely ladies competing, with the coveted crown going to Miss McKinley Grace Waters, daughter of TJ and Michell Waters of Jamestown.

Chosen as First runner-up was Breanna Noell Bush, the 20-year-old daughter of Brent and Samantha Bush of Grimsley.

Named as Second runner-up was Shelby Storie, the 18-year-old daughter of Stacy Storie  of Jamestown.

Placing in the position of Third runner-up was Hannah Rae Hull, the 16-year-old daughter of Kelley Penticuff and Harley Hull of Jamestown.

Taking the Fourth runner-up spot was Bailee Fawn Robbins, the 16-year-old daughter of Jeff and Tammy Robbins of Jamestown.

Miss Robbins was also chosen for the honor of “Miss Congeniality”

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