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ROCKDALE FAIR CHILDREN’S PAGEANT WINNERS


JUNIOR MISS ROCKDALE—Madison Reynolds (seated, center) was crowned the 2010 Junior Miss Rockdale in the Rockdale Fair Children’s Pageant, held Saturday in the RHS Auditorium. Emily McCoy (standing, right) was first alternate; Jaycee Parsley (standing, left) was second alternate; Autumn Davenport (second from left) was most photogenic; and Makenlee Worley (second from right) was third alternate. JUNIOR MISS ROCKDALE—Madison Reynolds (seated, center) was crowned the 2010 Junior Miss Rockdale in the Rockdale Fair Children’s Pageant, held Saturday in the RHS Auditorium. Emily McCoy (standing, right) was first alternate; Jaycee Parsley (standing, left) was second alternate; Autumn Davenport (second from left) was most photogenic; and Makenlee Worley (second from right) was third alternate.
JUNIOR MISS—Jasia Rubin (seated, center) is the new Junior Miss. From left, standing, Ashton Betchan (first alternate); Calli Pipkin (second alternate); Haley Perez (third alternate); Rainey Pounders, most photogenic. JUNIOR MISS—Jasia Rubin (seated, center) is the new Junior Miss. From left, standing, Ashton Betchan (first alternate); Calli Pipkin (second alternate); Haley Perez (third alternate); Rainey Pounders, most photogenic.
YOUNG MISS—Lyndsey Kolar (seated, center) was crowned Young Miss. Kylie Eubanks (second from left) was first alternate; Jessa Cleveland (standing, right) was second alternate; Amy Wuensche (standing, left) was third alternate; and Lyndy Laurell (second from right) was most photogenic. YOUNG MISS—Lyndsey Kolar (seated, center) was crowned Young Miss. Kylie Eubanks (second from left) was first alternate; Jessa Cleveland (standing, right) was second alternate; Amy Wuensche (standing, left) was third alternate; and Lyndy Laurell (second from right) was most photogenic.
LITTLE MISS—The new Little Miss is Jaylynn Stutts (seated, center). Allyson Towns (standing right) was first runner up; Payton Miller (second from right) was second alternate; Hannah Rodriguez (left) was third runner up and Kayli Yakesch (second from left) was most photogenic. LITTLE MISS—The new Little Miss is Jaylynn Stutts (seated, center). Allyson Towns (standing right) was first runner up; Payton Miller (second from right) was second alternate; Hannah Rodriguez (left) was third runner up and Kayli Yakesch (second from left) was most photogenic.
TINY MISS—Cady Barcak (seated, center) is the new Tiny Miss. Kinley Meadors (left) was first alternate; Taytum Young (second from left) was second alternate; Taytum Moore (right) was third alternate; and Yolianna Castillo (second from right) was most photogenic. TINY MISS—Cady Barcak (seated, center) is the new Tiny Miss. Kinley Meadors (left) was first alternate; Taytum Young (second from left) was second alternate; Taytum Moore (right) was third alternate; and Yolianna Castillo (second from right) was most photogenic.
MASTER TINY TOT—Bladyn Barcak (seated, center) is the new Master Tiny Tot. Tristan Eanes (left) was first alternate; Sam Ybarra (second from left) was second alternate; Peyton Steinbecker (right) was third alternate; and Klaybourne Eschberger (second from right) was most photogenic. MASTER TINY TOT—Bladyn Barcak (seated, center) is the new Master Tiny Tot. Tristan Eanes (left) was first alternate; Sam Ybarra (second from left) was second alternate; Peyton Steinbecker (right) was third alternate; and Klaybourne Eschberger (second from right) was most photogenic.
MISS TINY TOT—Georgia Woodard (seated, center) was named Miss Tiny Tot. Carlee Clark (second from right) was first alternate; Halle Jimenez (left) was second alternate; Jade Clore (right) was third alternate; and Hadley Meadors (second from left) was most photogenic. MISS TINY TOT—Georgia Woodard (seated, center) was named Miss Tiny Tot. Carlee Clark (second from right) was first alternate; Halle Jimenez (left) was second alternate; Jade Clore (right) was third alternate; and Hadley Meadors (second from left) was most photogenic.

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