The Annual Fall Fest pageants saw eight new members of royalty receiving crowns during Saturday’s pageants. The event was sponsored by the non-profit organization, Last Minute Toy Shop.
Starting the day off in the boy one-day to six-month category was Paxton Thomas Turner of Smithville. He is six months-old from Smithville. He also received the people’s choice optional award and for prettiest smile.
Anyiah Karentyn Lorraine Banks, the two month-old daughter of Mackenzie Castorena and Carlos Banks of Smithville won the crown in the girl one-day to six-month category.
Winner of the boys ages 13-24 months group was Kasen Jacob Franklin, 20-month-old son of Jake and Amanda Franklin of Smithville. He also received the people’s choice optional award.
Sydney Ann Barrett took the crown in the girl 25-48 month category. She is the 25 month-old daughter of Stephen and Vickey Barrett of Dowelltown. She also won pretties eyes.
First runner-up went to Jazmin Ariel Perez. She is the three year-old daughter of Joel Perez and Blanca Jones of Smithville. She was also awarded for prettiest hair, attire, most photogenic and for the people’s choice award.
Second runner-up went to Elena Rose Ritchie, the three year-old daughter of Destinee Ritchie of Dowelltown. She was also awarded for prettiest smile.
Maelei Gail Dawson, 25-month-old daughter of Pamela and David Dawson of Smithville was also a contestant.
Rozlyn Marie Prichard was crowned queen in the four to six year-old category. She is the six year-old daughter of Mark and Amanda Prichard of Smithville. She was also awarded prettiest attire and smile.
First runner-up was Kathryn Ann Williams, the six year-old daughter of Dillon and Hailey Williams of Alexandria. She was also awarded for prettiest hair, eyes and for being most photogenic.
Charlee Mac Winfree, the eight year-old daughter of Ryan and Lindsy Winfree of Smithville was crowned queen of seven-10 category Saturday. She was also awarded for prettiest hair, prettiest attire and she received the people’s choice optional award.
First runner-up went to Maddie Moore. She is the nine year-old daughter of Andrew and Alli Moore of Smithville.
Stella Grace Adcock was awarded second runner-up. She is the nine year-old daughter of Byron and Paige Adcock of Smithville. She was also awarded for prettiest smile and eyes.
Baylei Anne Benson, 12 year-old daughter of Karey and John Washer and Christopher Benson of Smithville, won the Fall Fest Queen crown of the age 11-14 group. She was also awarded for prettiest hair, attire, and most photogenic.
First runner-up went to Kenli Faith Fish. She is the 13year-old daughter of Tiffany Pedigo and Cody Fish of Smithville.
Charley Loren Prichard received second runner-up and was awarded for prettiest smile. She is the daughter of Andy and Chrissy Prichard of Liberty.
Arraya Jenae Taylor received the award for prettiest eyes. She is the daughter of 11 year-old daughter of Angie Taylor of Smithville.
Others participating were Lyra Dell McMinn, the 11 year-old daughter of Jake and Amanda Franklin; and Mila Goff, the 11 year-old daughter of James and Krista Goff of Smithville.
Deanna Marie Agee, 15 year-old daughter of David and Dama Agee of Smithville was crowned queen of the age 15-18 category.