Fair Queen dreams: pageant set for Oct. 8

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Top row, left to right:  Emilee Beth Harbison - Cold Springs, Lauren Grace Evans - Cullman, Morgan Haynes - Fairview and Hanna Hancock - Good Hope; bottom row, left to right: Josey Brown - Hanceville, August Floyd - Holly Pond, Bailey Preiss - Vinemont and Miriam Oldacre - West Point (Cullman County Fair Association)

CULLMAN, Ala. – One contestant from each of Cullman County’s eight public high schools will vie for the coveted title of 2019 Miss Cullman County Fair Queen 2019 Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. in the Coca-Cola Theatre at the Cullman County Fairgrounds.

The girls will compete on an equal basis for a $3,000 scholarship award (paid to the school in which the winner enrolls) given by the Cullman County Fair Association. The winner will also receive a diamond pendant from Doug Doggett Jewelers of Cullman.

The first alternate will receive a $2,000 scholarship. In the event the winner is unable to fulfill any of her duties, the first alternate will serve in lieu of the Queen.

The second alternate will receive a $1,000 scholarship.

Wallace State Community College will grant a one-year scholarship in the field of the performing arts to the winner of the Talent portion of the contest.

The Cullman Lioness Club will award $200 to Miss Congeniality.

This year’s contestants are Emilee Beth Harbison, representing Cold Springs High School; Lauren Grace Evans, representing Cullman High School; Morgan Haynes, representing Fairview High School; Hanna Hancock, representing Good Hope High School; Josey Brown, representing Hanceville High School; August Floyd, representing Holly Pond High School; Bailey Preiss, representing Vinemont High School and Miriam Oldacre, representing West Point High School.

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Wendy Sack

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