(SWITZ CITY) - Karly Anne Smock and Collin Clyde Zuckschwerdt have been named Greene County's Little Miss and Mister 2012.
Anna Rochelle of the Greene County Daily World reports that eleven stars, all hoping to be crowned as the next Little Miss and Mister, walked the red carpet in the Commercial Building Tuesday evening at the 4-H Fairgrounds.
The theme of this year's contest was "Hollywood" and the contestants were decked out in glitter and glitz and a couple of feather boas.
After parading past a large crowd of parents, grandparents, friends and family, the contestants were each in the spotlight to answer some tough questions posed by Kylee Grissom, Miss Greene County 2012.
The Little Miss 2012, Karly Anne Smock, is the seven-year-old daughter of Richard and Anna Smock.
The Little Mister 2012, Collin Clyde Zuckschwerdt, is the five-year-old son of Mark and Janielle Zuckschwerdt.
Other stars included: Bladen James Forker, the five-year-old son of Alyssa Russell and James Forker; Samantha Joleen Conner, the six-year-old daughter of Ann and Brian Conner; Liberty Faith Holtsclaw, the six-year-old daughter of Byron and Lora Holtsclaw; Haylee Brenna Green, the seven-year-old daughter of Dustin and Jenny Green; Andrea Davidson, the six-year-old daughter of Sharon and Jason Davidson; Madalyn Ann Yake, the six-year-old daughter of Kenley and Vanessa Yake; Bayden Maverick Arthur, the six-year-old son of Stephanie and Jarrod Arthur; Abby Leanne Weddle, the six-year-old daughter of Robb and Trish Weddle; and Allyson Brownfield, the seven-year-old daughter of Jeannie Brownfield.
Questions ranged from "What do you want to be when you grow up?" to "What projects do you want to do in 4-H" and others about movies, TV shoes and pets.
The contest was emceed by Erika Bault, the organizer of the event. Last year's Little Miss, Izzy Wall, helped Miss Greene County to crown the winners and award sashes and prizes.
The four judges who volunteered their time to make the tough decisions included Nathan Abrams, Sawyer Sparks, Jessica Tharp and Kelly Terrell.
Bault gave thanks to the sponsors who helped make the contest possible and who provided prizes for the contestants including: Soy-Yer Dough, Yer Studio, Wendy's, Jiffy Treat, Taylor Mini Golf, Bloomfield Hardware and the Greene County 4-H Council.
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