POINT PLEASANT — Alexis Meadows has been chosen as the 2014 Mason County Fair Queen.
Meadows, 16, of Point Pleasant, is the daughter of Steve and Karen Meadows. She is also a student at Point Pleasant High School and is the current Miss 4-H. Meadows also received the award for Top Evening Gown.
Meadows is joined in her royal court by Rebekah Dunham, first runner-up and Miss Photogenic; Aubrey Lewis, second runner-up and Best Promotional Award winner; and Kayla Thomas, third runner-up and Miss Congeniality/Annette Hanes Award winner. Katherine Deem was chosen as the recipient of the Brandy Barkey-Sweeney Community Service Award.
Also competing in this year’s competition were Bre’ Anna M. Ball, Delaney S. Bronosky, Mollie Cade, Marsha L. Pearson, Kelsey A. Zuspan.
Fair parade float winners were Meadows, first place; Deem, second place; Lewis, third place. Fair Parade Awards sponsored by Stover Trucking Company, LLC included: First Place,$75; Second Place, $50; Third Place, $25.
The queen received a crown, courtesy of Siders Jewelers; sash, courtesy of Deal Funeral Home; flowers courtesy of Floral Fashions; crown pin, courtesy of Victoria’s Prom and Bridal; $600 cash award, presented by Ohio Valley Bank; $50 cash award presented in memory of Amy C. Boggs by Amy’s family; $75 gift certificate courtesy of Advanced Design; $100 gift certificate courtesy of Elizabeth Michael’s; $50 gas card Point Financial Services Insurance; magnetic car signs courtesy of Buckeye Signs; photo session and a 16 x 20 framed portrait courtesy of Main Street Photography; 15 tanning sessions from Network; $100 cash for queen to use for food during the week of the fair; camper for queen’s lodging during the fair courtesy of Burdette Camping Center; golf cart for queen’s transportation during the fair courtesy of the Henderson Family; trophy and an all expense paid trip to compete in the 2015 WV Fairs and Festivals Pageant in Charleston in January 2015, courtesy of the Mason County Fair Board; queen’s basket filled with items from area business sponsored by Stover Trucking Company, LLC, McDonalds, Subway, Magic Mirror/Kim Pridemore, Haley Sturgeon, Heidi’s Sweet Boutique, Birds of a Feather Boutique, Roadrunner’s 4-H Club, Oragami Owl Consultant- Penny Alford, Oragami Owl Consultant- Danielle Gillispie, Thomas Family Boer Goats, Nails Advance Design, Magic Mirror/Teresa Krebs, Victoria’s Prom and Bridal, Kathy Bowser, Mason Jar, JoAnn and Jordan Cullen, Kalee Edmonds, Emages Consulting & Photography, Thirty-One Consultant Amber Janicker, Ashley Cossin, Magnabilities Consultant- Aimee Stein, Airbrush Tanning by Colleen Arrington, Ashley Buckle Paparazzi Independent Consultant and Pink Zebra Consultant, Sherry Mayes Scentsy, Taylor’s Staffmg, LLC, The Deem Team, Bob Evans of Jackson and Mason County Fair Queen Committee.
There were also many other prizes for the runners-up and special award winners mentioned in a previous article.
Ohio Valley Bank is the main sponsor of the pageant and Mario Liberatore spoke upon behalf of OVB at the opening of this year’s pageant.
Again, this pageant happens every year with the assistance of many organizations and sponsors, including: First Church of God, Presbyterian Church, Point Pleasant Register, Randy Parsons (emcee), Williams Fuel Stop, Village Pizza, Fair Queen Contestant dads, Red’s Rollen Garage and Truck Center, Heritage International Trucks, John Sang Ford, Napa Auto Parts, Fruth’s Pharmacy, Roadruuner’s 4-H Club, Trainer, Wright and Paterno, CPA, Huntington,
The pageant is under the direction of Aimee Stein and Andrea Henderson.