Sullivan County Fair Queen and Junior Miss crowned at Monday event

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An enthusiastic crowd gathered for the 2024 Sullivan County Fair Queen & Junior Miss Pageant on Monday, July 8, 2024. The event featured five contestants vying for the Junior Miss title and three competing for the Fair Queen title.

Miss Jocelyn Dykes, daughter of Rikki McConkey, was selected as the new Fair Queen. Miss Dykes received a bouquet provided by Northern Blooms Floral and Decor, a sash donated by the Ali McCully family, and a tiara sponsored by Complete Family Chiropractic and Wellness. Kenna Michael Photography will take her official photo. Additionally, Miss Dykes was awarded a $200 cash prize, with contributions from Pettijohn Ford, Trenton, MO, Kirksville Motors, Hersch Trucking, and Double O Berries.

The Junior Miss title was awarded to Clare Gordon, daughter of Rusty and Danita Gordon. Miss Gordon received a bouquet sponsored by Wildflower Grove, a $150 cash scholarship provided by NEMR Telecom, Shelter Insurance, and Double O Berries, and a tiara sponsored by Complete Family Chiropractic and Wellness. Kenna Michael Photography will also take her official photo.

Carson Coram, daughter of Tim and Stephanie Coram, was named the first runner-up in the Junior Miss division.

Destiny De Leon was awarded the title of Crowd Favorite in the Queen division, while Carson Coram received the Crowd Favorite title in the Junior Miss division. Each received a $25 cash prize.

Haylee Courtney and Kylee Smith were honored as Miss Photogenic, each receiving an Amazon gift card.

Sullivan County Fair Queen Jocelyn Dykes and Junior Miss Clare Gordon will preside over the Sullivan County Fair festivities. Miss Dykes will have the opportunity to compete at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia for the title of Missouri State Fair Queen.

 


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