Tabatha Hoback, Miss Moniteau County 2010, heads to State Fair Pageant

Tabatha Hoback, 2010 Miss Moniteau County Queen, concluded her reign last week as she crowned the 2011 Miss Moniteau County, however, she will respresent Moniteau County one more time when she competes at the State Fair Pageant Aug. 11-12, at Sedalia.

Tabatha Hoback, 2010 Miss Moniteau County Queen, concluded her reign last week as she crowned the 2011 Miss Moniteau County, however, she will respresent Moniteau County one more time when she competes at the State Fair Pageant Aug. 11-12, at Sedalia. Photo by April Arnett.

Tabatha Hoback, 2010 Miss Moniteau County Queen, is preparing to compete at the State Fair Pageant Aug. 11-12 at Sedalia, where she will represent the county one last time. Tabatha crowned the 2011 Miss Moniteau County Queen, Bailey Glenn, at the Miss Moniteau County contest Aug. 2 at the Moniteau County Fair.

Looking back at her reign as Miss Moniteau County, Tabatha, 18, daughter of Jerry and Deanna Hoback, California, said, "I think the best part was getting to meet and be acquainted with all different ages and types of people. It's been nice getting to know so many people. I've definitely enjoyed being in parades and seeing the different floats. I liked attending all of the different functions. I just left Senior Citizens Day actually. I have really enjoyed being Miss Moniteau County."

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

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