Three pageants Monday night resulted in three queens and two courts for the 2019 Henry County Fair.
Madeline Gottshall, 10, of the Henry County portion of McKenzie was the only contestant for Miss Preteen.
She is the daughter of Megan and Todd Gotshall and attends McKenzie Middle School.
The selection of Miss Preteen wrapped up this year’s pageants for the fair.
The night began with the Little Miss pageant with Landry Kate Flowers, 5, daughter of Lydia Flowers, chosen as the Little Miss.
She lives in Paris, attends Rhea Elementary School and enjoys studying gymnastics, dance class, riding her bicycle, drawing pictures and swimming.
First maid in the Little Miss court is Katherine Elizabeth Binkley of Puryear.
She is the 5-year-old daughter of Angela and Michael Binkley.
She enjoys swimming, dancing and designing her baby doll’s clothes.
Aubrey Brockwell is second maid.
The 6-year-old daughter of Christian and Adam Brockwell of Paris attends Lakewood School.
She loves school, playing soccer, eating macaroni and playing with her cat.
This year’s Junior Miss is 8-year-old Kensley Grace Wilson of the Henry County portion of McKenzie.
She is the daughter of Sara Wilson and Kelsey Robinson and enjoys singing, dancing, reading, swimming and competing in pageants.
First maid is Addy May Wade, 7, daughter of Hunter Wade and Heather Holt of Paris.
She attends Lakewood and enjoys spending time with family, playing with her dog, swimming, riding a four-wheeler and playing softball and soccer.
Maggie Fowlkes, 8, is second maid. She and her parents, Clint and Kim Fowlkes, live in Paris.
She attends Lakewood and enjoys softball, gymnastics and art.