POINT PLEASANT — Despite monsoon-like rains, the Mason County Fair Queen Pageant did go on and ended with the crowning of Mary Grace Workman.
Workman of Point Pleasant, is the daughter of Doug and Vickie Workman. A graduate of the Class of 2015 at Point Pleasant High School, she was sponsored by Subway. Her school activities include National Honor Society, student council member, FBLA, member of PPHS Black Knight Marching Band, WSAZ’s Best of the Class student, homecoming queen, MU Board of Governors recipient, accepted into Honors College at Marshall University, and much more.
Her community activities include being a member of Kountry Kritters 4H Club, previous member of Rainbow Warriors 4H Club, member of New Hope Bible Baptist Church where she’s a member of the praise band, active in youth group and more. Her future plans include attending Marshall University this fall to study Communication Disorders.
Joining Workman in her royal court were First Runner-up BreAnna Ball of Letart; Second Runner-up Katherine Deem of Point Pleasant; Third Runner-up Delaney Bronosky of Point Pleasant.
Workman also took the Most Photogenic award, the Top Evening Gown Award and the Top Promotional Award. Ball also received the Miss Congeniality Award/Annette Hanes Memorial Award.
The Brandy Barkey Sweeney Community Service Award went to Deem.
Parade float winners were Torrie Epling of Point Pleasant, first place, Deem, second place, Workman, third place.
Also participating in the pageant were: Epling, Conner Grady of Leon, Emily Keefer of Leon, Hayley Roush of Gallipolis Ferry.
The pageant’s main sponsor is Ohio Valley Bank though many other individuals and businesses support it each year with donations. Pageant Directors are Aimee Stein and Andrea Henderson.
More photos from Monday’s pageant will appear in Thursday’s print edition of the Point Pleasant Register.
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