Windsor woman crowned Isle of Wight Fair queen
Published 10:39 am Monday, August 3, 2009
SMITHFIELD-A 19-year-old Windsor resident was named Miss Isle of Wight County Fair queen on Saturday.
Whitney Beale, a 19-year-old rising sophomore at Longwood University, also received the Most Congeniality award at the pageant, which was held at Smithfield High School.
Beale is the daughter of Henry and Karen Beale.
Christine Joslin, a 15-year-old who is privately schooled in Smithfield, was named Teen Miss Isle of Wight County Fair. She is the daughter of Michael and Carole Joslin.
The title of PreTeen Miss Isle of Wight County Fair went to 14-year-old Jacqueleen Morin, the daughter of Mark and Judy Morin and a rising sophomore at Smithfield High School.
Brittany Trump, a rising fifth-grader at Windsor Elementary School, won the Junior Miss Isle of Wight County Fair title. Brittany, 9, is the daughter of Mark and Susan Trump.
MaKayla Burks, who also attends Windsor Elementary School and who will be a third-grader this year, is the new Little Miss Isle of Wight County Fair.
MaKayla, 7, is the daughter of Hershel and Rebecca Burks.
Wee Miss Isle of Wight County Fair is 4-year-old Julie Lynn Williamson, the daughter of Randy Creekmore and Jody L. Smith of Windsor. Julie attends Nansemond-Suffolk Academy.