Emma McReynolds crowned 2017 Festival Queen
By Jim Turner


Posted on September 29, 2017 12:47 PM



Emma McReynolds was crowned Miss Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival at the Queen’s Pageant Thursday night.

Queen Emma is a senior at Russellville High School and a Panther College Academy student taking collegiate courses at Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College’s Franklin-Simpson Center. She is the daughter of Keith and Ann Page McReynolds.

Among her awards is a $1,000 college scholarship. One of her top choices for college is Belmont University in Nashville.

First Runner-up was Olivia Sigers, who was also named Miss Congeniality.

Shailyn Milan was second runner-up and Cheyenne Carter was third runner-up.

Also in the Top Eight were Leah Crossley, Alyssa Gilliam, Presley Harris and Camille Hendley.

Shown in the Top Eight photo, from left, are :

FRONT ROW – Shailyn Milan-2nd Runner Up, Emma McReynolds-Festival Queen, Olivia Sigers-Miss Congeniality AND 1st Runner Up

SECOND ROW – Cheyenne Carter-3rd Runner Up, Leah Crossley, Alyssa Gilliam, Presley Harris, and Camille Hendley.

In the “ALL” CONTESTANTS PHOTO:

FRONT ROW – Shailyn Milan-2nd Runner Up, Emma McReynolds-Festival Queen, Olivia Sigers-Miss Congeniality and 1st Runner Up

SECOND ROW – Cheyenne Carter-3rd Runner Up

THIRD ROW – Jillian Long, Kendal Deen, Leah Crossley, Braiden Baptiste, Hannah Cron, Alyssa Gilliam, Presley Harris, Fraley Watkins, Chloe Shumate, Camille Hendley .

 




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