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Miss Bailey winners announced

Posted on November 21, 2021

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The 2021 Miss Bailey queens are pictured in a group portrait following the Nov. 13 pageant at Southern Nash High School. Winners are Baby Miss Paisley Lamm, Mini Miss Journee Farmer, Tiny Miss Allyson Parsons, Little Miss Payten Baines, Junior Miss Lexi DeStefano, Teen Miss Greyson Poland, Miss Bailey Caroline Proctor and Miss Bailey Sweetheart Abby Brewer. Poland also won an overall photogenic award.

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The 2021 Miss Bailey queens are pictured in a group portrait following the Nov. 13 pageant at Southern Nash High School. Winners are Baby Miss Paisley Lamm, Mini Miss Journee Farmer, Tiny Miss Allyson Parsons, Little Miss Payten Baines, Junior Miss Lexi DeStefano, Teen Miss Greyson Poland, Miss Bailey Caroline Proctor and Miss Bailey Sweetheart Abby Brewer. Poland also won an overall photogenic award.

BAILEY — A new court of queens has been crowned.

The 2021 Miss Bailey Pageant is in the books, with Caroline Proctor being named Miss Bailey during the Nov. 13 competition at Southern Nash High School. A total of 27 girls competed in eight contests.

The winners are Baby Miss Paisley Lamm, Mini Miss Journee Farmer, Tiny Miss Allyson Parsons, Little Miss Payten Baines, Junior Miss Lexi DeStefano, Teen Miss Greyson Poland, Miss Bailey Caroline Proctor and Miss Bailey Sweetheart Abby Brewer. Poland also won an overall photogenic award.

Organizer Leigh Deans said the pageant was successful this year due to its sponsors.

“As you shop this holiday season, please remember to support our sponsors,” Deans said.

Sponsors include the Bailey Chamber of Commerce, Stallings Rental, Tonya Stallings and Chris Parker, Low Country Comfort Co., Rudy’s Truck and Trailer Inc., Danny and Diane Perry, Ed and Kim Rice, Alliance One International, Honeysuckle Children’s Boutique, Bailey Brother’s Ag. Partnership, Robert and Wade Glover Farms, Rob Glover Farming, Central East Ag Supply Inc., Joel Lamm of Lamm Farms, Scott Brothers Inc., Vick Family Farms, Mary Joyner in memory of Mitch Joyner, Getsco, Linda Lamm, Brantley Farms, Quality Equipment, JFS Power Equipment Inc., ProEdge Sprayers Mfg., Venessa Harris, Lyley B’s Business, Avanlea Inc., Kimberly Mickel, Wright’s Hardwood, JAF Transportation, Terri Strickland, Teresa Daniels, Southeast Fabricators, Hager Construction, Lake Gaston Coffee Co., Mrs. George’s Pies, Alan Stone Custom Remodel, J.A. Worrell Construction Inc., Moore’s Body Shop, Rid-A- Pest Inc., Wilson Paint & Wallpaper Center, Etheridge Roofing Inc., Hope’s Furniture, Glover Milling Co., Tippett’s Lawn Care, Gail Brewer, Gloria Crumpler, Mike and Andrea Robbins, Angela Edmundson, Charles Lewis of Southern Mattress Co, Linda Lewis, John D. Baker, Kim Glover, South End Auto Salvage, Carolina Tile Co., Jim Pope Builders Inc., Sandra Pope Realty, Andrus Corp., Stewart Home Remodel, Exact Tile, Timmy Brown, Pittman’s Auto Body Repair, Pittman’s Used Parts, Quality Preowned Trucks & Cars in Wilson, Elite Dance Studios, B&H Realty Inc., Diversified Gun Dogs and Obedience, Wake Forest HVAC, Poland Construction Co., Quality Preowned Trucks and Cars in Wilson, Jamie Pipkin of Farm Bureau, Miller Orthodontics, Woodard Dentistry and the contestants’ parents, grandparents and families.

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