19-24 months old: Haley Moore, Randy and Amanda Moore; Gracie Harness, Josh and Jennifer Harness; and Autumn Brown, Robin and Donald Brown. Boys, Jaycob Looney, John and Melissa Looney; Zachary Morgan, Gayl Moore and George Morgan; and Sawyer Beeler, Brian and Stacey Beeler.
Little Miss and Mister: Cierra Hogue, daughter of Sherry Delong, and Brandon Roy, son of Ryan and Amanda Roy, were first-place winners. Sidney Bernard, daughter of Greg and Tammy Bernard, and Nathaniel Luttrell, son of Daniel and Alicia Luttrell, were second.
Tiny Miss: Shaylah Middleton, John and Pat Wilkey; Bethanee Streeval, Paul and Becky Streeval; and Kailey Foster, Nickey and Doug Foster.
Tiny Mister: Austin Wethington, Casey McFarland and Joe Wethington; Caleb Seward, Mark and Tasha Seward.
Duchess for 3- to 4-year-olds: McKenzie Smithers, Jody and Nikki Smithers; Lexi Ervin, Greg and Heather Ervin; and Taylor Judy, Jack and Rebecca Judy.
Duke for 3- to 4-year-olds: Daylon Price, Todd and Michelle Price; Stevenson Combs, Steve and Lisa Combs; and Jacob Strunk, Jason and Sue Strunk.
Duchess for 5- to 6-year-olds: Alexa Long, Loren and Mindy Long; Sidney Bernard, Greg and Tammie Bernard; and Brooklyn Snow, Jim and Crystal Snow.
Duke for 5- to 6-year-olds: Brayton Scales, Tony and Angie Scales; Hagan Elmore, Randy and Sheila Elmore; and Cameron Martin, Merv and Becky Martin.
Duchess for 7- to 8-year-olds: Sarah Beard, Mark and Sherrie Beard; Makayla Scales, Tony and Angie Scales; and Micahalia Frye, Felicia Jones and Matt Davis.
Duke for 7- to 8-year-olds: Justin Underwood, Bradley and Crystal Underwood.
Pageants tonight include Miss Casey County Teen for ages 13-15; and Miss Apple Festival Teen, for ages 13-15. The pageants will be begin at 7 p.m. at Casey County High School gymnasium.
Kinfold Treasurers won the overall prize in the window decorating contest. The business received a plaque and $75.
Business: Famous Recipe, first; Casey County Adult Day Care, second; and Wild Man's Vac, third.
Schools: Liberty Elementary School third grade, first; Middleburg Elementary second grade, second; and Douglas Elementary, third.
The Cabinet for Families and Children won the civic category.
First-place winners received $50, and the runners-up got ribbons.