Winners in the Little Miss Union County Fair Pageant were, from left, Third Alternates, Makenzie Rae Bullock, daughter of J. R. and Brittany Bullock, and Madison Grace Roberts, daughter of Bradley and Lynn Roberts (tie); Second Alternate, Maxey Kate Hall, daughter of Jordan and Gina Hall; First Alternate, Ivery Jane Spencer, daughter of Witt and Bridget Spencer; and Winner, Gradie Brooke Robbins, daughter of Michael and Marti Brooke Young and Brett Robbins.
The Little Miss Union County Fair Pageant was held Thursday night.
Categories were Jr. Tiny Miss Union County Fair, age 3; Tiny Miss Union County Fair, age 4; Jr. Little Miss Union County Fair, ages 5-6; and Little Miss Union County Fair, ages 7-8.
Winners in the Jr. Little Miss Union County Fair Pageant were, from left, Third Alternate, Mia Martindale Grisham, daughter of W. C. and Darla Grisham; Second Alternate, Olivia Brooke Seymore, daughter of Cole and Kandis Seymore and Chelsea and Bradley Morelock; First Alternate, Isla Emily Yates, daughter of Caleb and Kaitlyn Yates; and Winner, Swayze Jewel Hall, daughter of Easton and Laken Hall.
Winners in the Tiny Miss Union County Fair Pageant were, from left, Third Alternate, Emma Jane Edwards, daughter of Marissa and Barry Edwards; Second Alternate, Davis Layne Hood, daughter of Chris and Jonde Hood and Garrett and Whitney Wilson; First Alternate, Evee Sue Gillen, daughter of Kala Galloway and Preston Gillen; and Winner, Ally Fleming, daughter of Alyissa Fleming and Trendy Rogan.
Winners in the Jr. Tiny Miss Union County Fair Pageant were, from left, Third Alternate, Allie Marie Sansing, daughter of Austin Sansing and Brianne Higdon; Second Alternate, Harmoni Eliyse Taylor, daughter of Montara Crum; First Alternate, Conlee Cate Maxey, daughter of Chance and Gracen Maxey; and Winner, Corinne Hall Spencer, daughter of Witt and Bridget Spencer.
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