Baby 3HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (07/30/17) — There were baby beauty contestants everywhere at the fair.

Children with their baby-blues and dimpled cheeks were dressed in Sunday outfits showing off for the judges waving and smiling. Some of the sweeties blew kisses during the 7th Annual Hopkins County Fair Baby and Toddler pageant held Saturday night at the Ballard Convention Center in Madisonville.

The contest consisted of four age divisions including 0-11, 12-23 and 24-35 months followed by a 3-4-year-old division making up about 90 contestants. Organizers said it was the largest pageant of the week with the biggest crowd.

A king and queen were crowned in each division.

Journi Broady was chosen as queen and Elliott Law as king in the 0-11 division. Runner-ups were, Kayliana Wills and Ryder Vandiver.

A'myia Kaye'Lynn-Jones was chosen as queen, and Ryan VanMatre as King in the 12-23 division. Runner-ups were Madeline Cunningham and Netkell McClendon.

In the 24-35 division, Ellie McKnight was queen and Hunter Feltner was king. Runner-ups were Kinnleigh Curneal and Jay’ston White.

In the 3-4 division, Delaney Hight was chosen as queen and Camden Boucher as king. Runner-ups were Macy Skinner and Keilan Crawford.

Pageant coordinators were Tonya Rickard and Tina Dillingham. Mistress of ceremonies was 2017 Miss Hopkins County Kylee Knight.

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Sponsors for the event were Jarrett Brown of Kentucky Farm Bureau, The Messenger and Health First.

Special thanks were given to the Hopkins County–Madisonville Fair Board, Mark of Distinction for stage décor and queen’s bouquet, Ashley Brewer Photography, Kellie Cardwell Heady for stage chandelier, Country Cupboard for providing dinner for the judges and behind-the-scenes volunteers.

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Tammy Holloway
SurfKY News Reporter

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