Winning the title of Miss Country Fall Festival was Jessie Wamsley.
She is the 19-year old daughter of Vicky Wamsley and John Wamsley of Point Pleasant. Wamsley was sponsored by the Deal Funeral Home of Point Pleasant.
Miss Photogenic was awarded to Meghann Hesson, and Miss Congeniality was won by Talisha Spencer.
In the Teen Miss division, Shelby Rodgers emerged from the field of six contestants to claim the very first Teen Miss Country Fall Festival title.
Rodgers was sponsored by Sassafras Tire. She is the daughter of Doug and Angela Rodgers of Point Pleasant.
Runners-up in the teen division were: Michaela Drummond, first; Lyndie Layton, second; and Deeanna Sayre, third.
Delaney Bronosky was voted as Teen Miss Congeniality, and Destiney Jordan received the Teen Miss Photogenic award.
Wamsley and Rodgers both said they were very excited to be chosen to reign over the festival at the farm museum.
Entertainment during the pageant was provided by Regan Cottrill, Miss Point Pleasant’s Outstanding Teen. Chase Likens and Hannah Workman also were a big hit as they performed three songs before the winners were announced.
The pageant was judged by Lisa King, Amber Nedeff, Morgan Smith and Sarah Brown, and tabulated by Danielle Gillispie. Ashlee Filkins was the judges hostess, and sound was provided by John Matheny.
Pageant sponsors included the West Virginia State Farm Museum, Subway, The Mason Jar, Siders Jewelers, Main Street Photography, Picture Perfect Productions, Four Seasons Florist, Victoria’s Prom & Bridal, and Thirty-One - Scarlett Enos.
The Country Fall Festival is the main event held on the grounds of the farm museum each year during the first week of October. It offers everything from an Antique Steam and Gas Engine Show to a gun slingers show, and apple butter and apple cider making, to a CEOS Quilt Show. The Country Kitchen and Country Store also will be open during the two-day good-harvest celebration.
For more information about the pageant, visit mcffpageant.webs.com, or if you are interested in attending the festival, visit: www.wvfarmmuseum.org.