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Bicentennial Festival Baby Show

The Winchester Bicentennial Festival held a Baby Show on Saturday, Aug. 29. Here are the winners in the 0-6 months category. From left, Isaac Koenig (First Place), Zaelei Croghan (Second Place), Adilynn Gloff (Third Place), Tate Polley (Fourth Place), and Trenton Stephenson (Fifth Place).

Here are the winners in the 6-12 months category. From left, Lydia Caldwell (First Place), Paizlyn Ramsey (Second Place), Corey Howard (Third Place), Jagger Osborne (Fourth Place), and Heaven Rister (Fifth Place).

Pictured here are the Baby Show winners in the 12-24 months category. From left, La’Vaya Stevens (First Place), Kailiana Achor (Second Place), Makenna Staten (Third Place), Bricen Stevens (Fourth Place), and Kailee Setty (Fifth Place).

Here are the Baby Show winners in the 24-36 months category. From left, Kara Jo Koenig (First Place), Kraigen Chapman (Second Place), Alex Hodge (Third Place), and Jaydiah Boldman (Fourth Place).

The Baby Show winners in the 36-48 months (Three-Year Olds) category are shown here. From left, Addelynn Caldwell (First Place), Annabell Groves (Second Place), Zaylee McClanahan (Third Place), Samuel Covert (Fourth Place), and Trevion Beckley (Fifth Place).

Here are the winners of the Winchester Bicentennial Festival Little Miss Contest. From left, Brooklyn Staggs (First Place-Little Miss), Brooklyn Garrison (First Runner Up), Kensley Mathias (Second Runner Up), and Jasmine Hill (Third Runner Up).

The winners of the Little Mister Contest at the Bicentennial Festival were, from left, Gage Garrison (First Place-Little Mister), Brayden Hazlett (First Runner Up), and Landon Covert (Second Runner Up).

The Winchester Bicentennial Festival held a Baby Show on Saturday, Aug. 29. Here are the winners in the 0-6 months category. From left, Isaac Koenig (First Place), Zaelei Croghan (Second Place), Adilynn Gloff (Third Place), Tate Polley (Fourth Place), and Trenton Stephenson (Fifth Place).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_0-6months1.jpgThe Winchester Bicentennial Festival held a Baby Show on Saturday, Aug. 29. Here are the winners in the 0-6 months category. From left, Isaac Koenig (First Place), Zaelei Croghan (Second Place), Adilynn Gloff (Third Place), Tate Polley (Fourth Place), and Trenton Stephenson (Fifth Place).

Here are the winners in the 6-12 months category. From left, Lydia Caldwell (First Place), Paizlyn Ramsey (Second Place), Corey Howard (Third Place), Jagger Osborne (Fourth Place), and Heaven Rister (Fifth Place).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_6-12months1.jpgHere are the winners in the 6-12 months category. From left, Lydia Caldwell (First Place), Paizlyn Ramsey (Second Place), Corey Howard (Third Place), Jagger Osborne (Fourth Place), and Heaven Rister (Fifth Place).

Pictured here are the Baby Show winners in the 12-24 months category. From left, La’Vaya Stevens (First Place), Kailiana Achor (Second Place), Makenna Staten (Third Place), Bricen Stevens (Fourth Place), and Kailee Setty (Fifth Place).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_12-24months1.jpgPictured here are the Baby Show winners in the 12-24 months category. From left, La’Vaya Stevens (First Place), Kailiana Achor (Second Place), Makenna Staten (Third Place), Bricen Stevens (Fourth Place), and Kailee Setty (Fifth Place).

Here are the Baby Show winners in the 24-36 months category. From left, Kara Jo Koenig (First Place), Kraigen Chapman (Second Place), Alex Hodge (Third Place), and Jaydiah Boldman (Fourth Place).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_24-36months1.jpgHere are the Baby Show winners in the 24-36 months category. From left, Kara Jo Koenig (First Place), Kraigen Chapman (Second Place), Alex Hodge (Third Place), and Jaydiah Boldman (Fourth Place).

The Baby Show winners in the 36-48 months (Three-Year Olds) category are shown here. From left, Addelynn Caldwell (First Place), Annabell Groves (Second Place), Zaylee McClanahan (Third Place), Samuel Covert (Fourth Place), and Trevion Beckley (Fifth Place).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_3-year-olds1.jpgThe Baby Show winners in the 36-48 months (Three-Year Olds) category are shown here. From left, Addelynn Caldwell (First Place), Annabell Groves (Second Place), Zaylee McClanahan (Third Place), Samuel Covert (Fourth Place), and Trevion Beckley (Fifth Place).

Here are the winners of the Winchester Bicentennial Festival Little Miss Contest. From left, Brooklyn Staggs (First Place-Little Miss), Brooklyn Garrison (First Runner Up), Kensley Mathias (Second Runner Up), and Jasmine Hill (Third Runner Up).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Little-Miss1.jpgHere are the winners of the Winchester Bicentennial Festival Little Miss Contest. From left, Brooklyn Staggs (First Place-Little Miss), Brooklyn Garrison (First Runner Up), Kensley Mathias (Second Runner Up), and Jasmine Hill (Third Runner Up).

The winners of the Little Mister Contest at the Bicentennial Festival were, from left, Gage Garrison (First Place-Little Mister), Brayden Hazlett (First Runner Up), and Landon Covert (Second Runner Up).
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_LittleMister2.jpgThe winners of the Little Mister Contest at the Bicentennial Festival were, from left, Gage Garrison (First Place-Little Mister), Brayden Hazlett (First Runner Up), and Landon Covert (Second Runner Up).
Little Miss and Mister Contest

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