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The Jenny Wiley Festival Committee hosted the annual Jenny Wiley Pageant on Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Mountain Arts Center.

Officials reported that 51 children of all ages competed at the event, which featured judging for beauty, as well as talent and costume competitions.

Big Sandy Community and Technical College student Sierra Crawford, earned the Miss Jenny Wiley title.

All contestants have the opportunity to ride in the Jenny Wiley Festival parade on Oct. 12.

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The winners include:

Master Jenny Wiley

Henry Hughes, winner

Logan Adams, first runner up

Karter Hayden, second runner up

Baby Miss Jenny Wiley

Annalee Stanley, winner

Ryleigh Bond, first runner up

Reagan Mollett, second runner up

Wee Miss Jenny Wiley

Laythyn Moore, winner

Jaycee Meade, first runner up

Brinley Shurtleff, second runner up

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Tiny Miss Jenny Wiley

Ally-Anna Ousley, winner

Kensley Burchett, first runner up

Hadleigh Smith, second runner up

Petite Miss Jenny Wiley

Addison Crum, winner

Aralynn Allen, first runner up

Bristol Isaac, second runner up

Little Miss Jenny Wiley

Lila Fugate, winner

Kynle Slone, first runner up

Lexi Cantrell, second runner up

Junior Miss

Isabella Murray, winner

Raegan Browning, first runner up

Khloe Mckinney, second runner up

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Teen Miss

Madison Wheeler, winner

Kimber Harless, first runner up

Tamara Hayton, second runner up

Miss Jenny Wiley

Sierra Crawford, winner

Alexis Wheeler, first runner up

Kennedy Garrett, second runner up

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