Six contestants will compete for the title of Fairest the Fair Monday night, July 15, when the Anderson County Fair begins.
A “Tiny Miss” pageant will be held beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the Underwood-McRea Pavilion.
Twenty contestants, ages 4 – 5 years old will start the evening; nine girls will compete in the 6 – 7 year old division; and 11 girls will take the stage during the 8 – 9 year old pageant.
The Princess division will feature nine girls, ages 10 -12, competing “Princess of the Fair.” Junior Fairest of the Fair will see 11 girls, ages 13 – 15, competing for the crown.
The Fairest of the Fair contestants are:
Jolie Marie Collins, daughter of Jason Wyres and Victoria Wyres of Powell. She is 18-years-old and attends Roane State Community College.
Rylee Elise DeJarnette, daughter of Robbie DeJarnette and Cassie DeJarnette of Clinton. She is 16-years-old and is a junior at Clinton High School.
Katelyn Paige Martin, daughter Troy Martin and Cindy Martin of Heiskell. She is 17-years-old and is a senior at Anderson County High School.
Sydney Nacole Toler, daughter of David Toler and Neca Toler of Clinton. She is 16-years-old and is a junior at Anderson County High School.
Sydney Lee Mason, daughter of Tom Mason and Stephanie Mason of Oak Ridge. She is 17-years-old and is a senior at Oak Ridge High School.
Kinsley Teresa Williams is the daughter of Chris Williams and Tonya Williams. She is 19-years-old attends Roane State Community College.
The Fairest of the Fair — which includes the Princess and Junior Fairest competition — is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. The Fairest of the Fair pageant is sponsored by Anderson County Mayor Terry Frank, Community Trust Bank, and Health Market Insurance.