CULLMAN, Ala. – Emilee Beth Harbison was crowned 2019 Cullman County Fair Queen in competition in the Coca-Cola Theatre at the Cullman County Fairgrounds Tuesday evening. With her title, Harbison will receive a $3,000 scholarship award paid to the school of her choice, given by the Cullman County Fair Association, and a diamond pendant from Doug Doggett Jewelers of Cullman.
First Alternate Lauren Grace Evans will receive a $2,000 scholarship.
Second Alternate August Floyd receives a $1,000 scholarship.
Wallace State Community College granted a one-year scholarship in the field of the performing arts to Josey Brown, the winner of the Talent portion of the contest.
The Cullman Lioness Club awarded $200 to Miss Congeniality, also Josey Brown.
This year’s contestants were:
- Josey Brown, Hanceville High School
- Lauren Grace Evans, Cullman High School
- August Floyd, Holly Pond High School
- Hanna Hancock, Good Hope High School
- Emilee Beth Harbison, Cold Springs High School
- Morgan Haynes, Fairview High School
- Miriam Oldacre, West Point High School
- Bailey Preiss, Vinemont High School
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