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Time for ‘Little Miss and Master’

It’s that time of the year again when the Farmington Women of Today organization sponsors their annual “Little Miss and Master Country Days” contest to be held during Country Days on June 1-3.

Contestants must be a boy/girl couple, between the ages of 4 and 5 (participant must be age 4 on or before May 1 and not over 5 years old) and be residents of the Farmington School District.

The couple must be sponsored by a local business or organization with a $40 entry fee. The contest is limited to the first 15 couples and the deadline to enter is May 7.

Contestants will be asked to participate in a photo session and to participate in the ServPro Country Days parade and coronation on June 2 at the gazebo in Long Park.

Voting will be one penny per vote and collected in the official Women of Today voting boxes only. First, second and third place winners will be named. The decision of the Farmington Women of Today will be final.

For more information or to register a child, visit the Farmington Country Days website at For more details, contact Faye at 573-756-2951 or Sharon at 756-6886.

Monies raised with this project are returned to the community in a variety of ways. Some of the most recent projects supported include cooking meals at the Ronald McDonald House, helping with the purchase of car seats for the St. Francois County Ambulance District, donations made to Help the Hungry Bake Sale, Shared Blessings, Camp Hope, A Friends Place, Farmington Ministerial Alliance, Fire Pup program donations, as well as cooking and serving at Mum’s Café, various projects for senior citizens and book donations to the Farmington Public Library.

The Farmington Women of Today are seeking candidates for the

The Farmington Women of Today are seeking candidates for the “Little Miss and Master Contest.” The 2017 event had El Gibson, daughter of Nick and Amy Gibson and Jaxson Thompson, son of Justin and Kelsey Thompson named “Little Miss and Master.” They were sponsored by Hunt’s Dairy Bar. First runners-up (at left) were Tyla Bieser, daughter of Mark and Sara Bieser and Tate Heifner, son of Savannah Beard and Taylor Heifner. They were sponsored by Billy Beard Electric, Inc. Second runners-up were Mikynze Harris, daughter of Dustin and Caitlin Harris and Keegan McClellan, son of Justin and Danyelle McClellan. They were sponsored by Butterfield Florist.

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