Leah Sexton Is Little Miss Fairest
September 1, 2005
Leah Grace Sexton, four-year-old daughter of Matt and JuKeisha Sexton, is the 2005 Scott County Little Miss Fairest of the Fair.
Leah won out over 29 other contestants and received her crown at the conclusion of Monday night’s pageant at the Scott County Fair.
Leah is a pre-school student at Huntsville Elementary School who enjoys “riding bikes with her brother Matthew.” She says that her future plans include being a cheerleader and being a mommy.
She was sponsored by Huddle House.
The first runner-up in Monday night’s pageant was Marissa Annastasia Nelson, the five-year-old daughter of Melissa Nelson of Helenwood. She is a kindergarten student at Oneida Elementary School and was sponsored by the Scott County Chamber of Commerce.
The second runner-up was Kylie Cheyenne Sexton, the four-year-old daughter of Gretta Sexton of Helenwood. A student at Patsy Jeffers’ Playschool, she was sponsored by Ayers Auction & Real Estate.
Other contestants who made the “Top 7” in the competition were Darcie Phillips, daughter of Shane and Danielle Phillips of Oneida, sponsored by Floor Fashions; Macy Rushing of Helenwood, daughter of Ashley Rushing and Brian Rushing, sponsored by ATS; Jaden Chambers, daughter of Mark and Robin Chambers of Robbins, sponsored by Chambers Cable & Construction; and Shaylei Stevenson, daughter of Angela Stevenson of Oneida, sponsored by Circle of Life Obstetrics & Family Care.
FOOTNOTE — Due to the newspaper’s 12 noon Tuesday deadline, coverage of the Little Miss Jr. pageant (Tuesday night), as well as the Miss Pre-Teen and Miss Scott County Fairest of the Fair pageants, set for later in the week, will be featured in next week’s paper. . .
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