Bailey Glenn crowned 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen

Bailey Glenn, center, was crowned the 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds. Also in the court, at left, from left, are candidates Pax Baker and Kirstyn Roush, who were both voted "Miss Congeniality", and Kassi Meisenheimer, who won both the Talent and Evening Gown portions of the competition. At right are candidates Kelsey Parrott-Kuhn and Amy Masterson. Standing in front are newly crowned 2011 Little Miss and Mr. Moniteau County Kierstyn Lawson, 5, and Walker Cary, 4.

Bailey Glenn, center, was crowned the 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds. Also in the court, at left, from left, are candidates Pax Baker and Kirstyn Roush, who were both voted "Miss Congeniality", and Kassi Meisenheimer, who won both the Talent and Evening Gown portions of the competition. At right are candidates Kelsey Parrott-Kuhn and Amy Masterson. Standing in front are newly crowned 2011 Little Miss and Mr. Moniteau County Kierstyn Lawson, 5, and Walker Cary, 4. Photo by April Arnett.

The 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen contest was held Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the main arena of the Moniteau County Fairgrounds, where 2010 Miss Moniteau County Queen Tabatha Hoback passed her title and crown on to Bailey Glenn, daughter of Steve and Kristie Glenn, California.

The five remaining competitors for the 2011 title were Kelsey Parrott-Kuhn, daughter of Liane Kuhn; Amy Masterson, daughter of Ed and Janlenna Masterson; Kirstyn Roush, daughter of Randy and Jennifer Roush; Pax Baker, daughter of Michael and Renee Baker; and Kassi Meisenheimer, daughter of Pamela Kiesling and Terry Meisenheimer.

For more of this story check out the Aug. 10 issue of the California Democrat.

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