Katelyn Martin was crowned 2019 Fairest of the Fair Monday, kicking off the “The Best Six Days of Summer” at the Anderson County Fair.
She is the daughter of Troy and Cindy Martin of Heiskell. She is 17 years old and will attend her senior year at Anderson County High School. Katelyn’s activities include working a part time job, baby sitting for family and friends, and spending time with my family and making memories before college begins.
She has finished her first year of college this year through the middle college program and Received 3 different industrial certifications in her first year of college. She has also maintained high grades and a high GPA each school year.
Michaela Webber was crowned Junior Fairest of the Fair, and Anna Berven was crowned as Princess of the Fair.
Webber is the daughter of Jason and Loren Webber of Clinton. She is 15 years old and will attend her sophomore year at Clinton High School. Michaela’s activities include cheering on the Clinton Dragons, traveling to new places, and doing anything outdoors.
Her accomplishments include maintaining straight A’s, receiving the excellence award at Premier Cheer Camp, and getting the award for having the highest GPA on the cheer team.
Princess of the Fair, Anna Berven, is the daughter of Matt and Samantha Berven of Oak Ridge. She is 10 years old and will attend 6th grade at Jefferson Middle. Anna has been a dancer for Oak Ridge Academy of Dance for five years. S
he is a member of the JMS Orchestra and St. Stephens Acolyte. Her accomplishments include JMS Honor Roll, “Best in class Hip Hop Group” at ORDA, and Princess Tennessee Festival pageants.
In the Fairest of the Fair pageant the following awards were handed out:
Sweetheart Representative: Kinsley Williams;
People’s Choice Award: Graycie Murphy;
Moira Kaye Ely Interview Award: Kinsley Williams;
Carl Worley Community and Character Award: Sydney Toler; and
Judy Duncan Crosby Poise Award: Graycie Murphy.
In the Junior Fairest of The of the Fair awards went to:
1st Alternate: Jazzmyn Harness;
2nd Alternate: Gabbie Allison;
People’s Choice Award: Jillian Bivens; and
Poise Award: Cayleigh Wry.
Princess of the Fair awrds wenet to:
1st Alternate: Sydnee Young;
2nd Alternate: Brooklin Wilkerson;
People’s Choice Award: Anna Berven; and
Poise Award: Hallee Rutherford.
Other winners crowned Monday night were:
Little Miss Fairest of the Fair: Ellie Linthicum
1st Alternate: Riley Alley
2nd Alternate: Reece Hollifield
People’s Choice Award: Kyndall St. Hill
Prettiest Eyes: Leah McVay
Prettiest Hair: Leia Wyrick
Pretties Smile: Mckenzie Douglas
Miss Personality: Kyndall St. Hill
Tiny Miss Fairest of the Fair: Piper Linthicum
1st Alternate: Hadley Webb
2nd Alternate: Amelia Tomb
People’s Choice Award: Aaliyah Booker
Prettiest Eyes: Madilynn Fisher
Prettiest Hair: Addison Schaefer
Pretties Smile: Raelyn Maupin
Miss Personality: Aaliyah Booker
Mini Miss Fairest of the Fair: Brinnleigh Gilliam
1st Alternate: Addie Phillips
2nd Alternate: Briley Webber
People’s Choice Award: Arabella Carden
Prettiest Eyes: Mariska Harness
Prettiest Hair: Jurnee Willis
Pretties Smile: Skylee Shepard
Miss Personality: Iliana Cox
The Fairest of the Fair committee would like to give a huge thanks to Anderson County Fair President Steve Queener and the Anderson County Fair Board for allowing us to be a special part of the Anderson County Fair. This pageant is a community event and is made possible only by sponsors and volunteers donating their services and time. Thank you to our pageant sponsors, judges, and volunteers for making this night a huge success.
A special thanks to Health Market, Mayor Terry Frank, Community Trust Bank, Mott’s Florist, Fox Toyota, Waste Connections, Samuel Franklin Florist, Q 100.3, Forget Me Not Photography, Dee’s Family Salon, Creekside Embroidery and Design, Hoskins Drug Store, Honey & Company, Johnson and Company General Store, Burrville Antiques, Southern Chick Boutique, McBride’s Gift Market, and Butch Oaks Family Dentistry.