The Little Miss and Master contest, sponsored by the Farmington Women of Today, is in full swing again this year.
The 2014 Little Miss and Master winners will be announced at 5 p.m. June 7 at the Gazebo in Long Park during Country Days festivities in Farmington.
Vying for this year’s title are:
Couple 1: Kenlee Bellew, daughter of Carl and Missy Bellew and Brandt Bellew, son of Eric and Sara Bellew. Sponsored by R. H. Masonary.
Couple 2: Quinn Burlbaw, daughter of Eric and Brandi Burlbaw and Max Crabdree, son of Bryan and Randi Crabdree. Sponsored by Burlbaw’s Daycare.
Couple 3: Trinity McCleary, daughter of Robert McCleary, Christine Bowles and Cyndee Gann, and Austin Walker, son of Misty Crites and Brent Walker. Sponsored by Ozark Steel.
Couple 4: Ava Hutson, daughter of Brian and Kim Hutson, and Axtin Brune, son of Dustin and Jamie Brune. Sponsored by Dustin Brune Agency, Farmers Insurance.
Couple 5: Audrey Schweiss, daughter of Adam and Jennifer Schweiss, and Jackson Boyd, son of John and Tracy Boyd. Sponsored by Al Schweiss State Farm Insurance.
Couple 6: Bella Pigg, daughter of Jeff and Melissa Klemp Pigg, and Collin McNail, son of Clay and Samantha McNail. Sponsored by SEMO Dermatology.
Couple 7: Addyson King, daughter of Kevin King and Tasha Finch, and Owen Gann, son of Bill and Tara Gann. Sponsored by Bening Motor Company – Leadington.
Couple 8: Natalia Montgomery, daughter of Adonis and Carrie Montgomery, and Mason Priest, son of Rusty and Amanda Priest. Sponsored by Richard Resinger Construction.
Couple 9: Alexandria Eaton, daughter of Heather Johnson and Josh Eaton, and Tanner Welch, son of Christy Huber and Darren Welch. Sponsored by Kid’s First.
Couple 10: Sarah Heberlie, daughter of Danny and Kristy Heberlie, and Matthew Canterberry, son of Jason and Susan Canterberry. Sponsored by Stan Heberlie Construction.
Couple 11: Ava Sherrill, daughter of Andy and Bethany Sherrill, and Tiger Thomas, son of Doug and Tanya Thomas. Sponsored by Pure Sonic Productions.
Couple 12: Gabby Lawson, daughter of Lisa Lawson, and Tucker Boren, son of David Boren and Ashley Harris. Sponsored by Krak-N-Jaks Bakery.
As in the past, voting will be a penny a vote. Money will only be collected in the official white voting boxes located at McDonald’s on Karsch Boulevard; McDonald’s on Highway 221; Reeves Minit Mart 4 at 1025 Ste. Genevieve Ave.; Plummer’s Hardware at 101 E. Liberty; Oasis Christian Bookstore at 102 W. Columbia St.; and CiCi’s Pizza at 798 Market St. The monies collected from this project are returned to the community through various service and community projects.
The voting boxes will be in place in the businesses now through June 6. Boxes will be picked up by 6 p.m. on that date.
The decision of the Farmington Women of Today will be final.