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Applications ready for Fairest, Preteen Fairest
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Applications are now available for upcoming pageants, Fairest of the Fair, and Preteen Fairest, taking place during the annual Warren County A&L Fair.
The Preteen event is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 11 for girls between the ages of 10 and 12 years old. Contestants must be a resident of Warren County for at least six months, and attend school in Warren County.
A $25 registration fee is required for competition. Chrystal Patton is the chairperson, and can be contacted at 607-0618.
Reigning queen Megan Kate Davenport, daughter of Matthew Davenport, and Tennille Davenport, will crown her successor.
The Fairest of the Fair competition will be held Monday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. in the fair grandstand. The pageant is open to girls who have reached their 16th birthday, but not their 21st birthday by Dec. 31.
Registration fee is $25, with judges selecting a winner, first-, second- and third runner-up.  The queen will represent Warren County in Tennessee’s Fairest of the Fair contest in January.  She will also receive a $1,500 scholarship presented by River Park Hospital to be used at a college of her choice.
The reigning Fairest of the Fair is Emma Holmes, daughter of Dee Dee and Scott Holmes. 
Applications for both pageants are available at Kathy’s, Tan-4-U, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Cat’s Meow Bridal and Formal, Topz, Sun Tan City and Mud Bums. Completed applications for both will be accepted Aug. 27 from 3 to 6 p.m.; and Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Caney Fork Electric Coop auditorium.  No applications will be accepted after this date.
Susan Burks is the chairperson, and can be contacted at 273-4195.