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Garfield County Fair Royalty

Submitted PhotoWinners in the Garfield County Fair Royalty Miss Division are, from left, Heather McCain, Alyssa Tenold, Nicole Arrowood and Danielle Gonzales.
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Tiaras, sashes, and pretty girls took the stage Aug. 6 at Rifle High School. Thirty-three girls in four age groups competed for the chance to be part of the Garfield County Fair Royalty. The 2006 Garfield County Royalty Contest was a big hit this year, and lots of young girls had high hopes to hear their name called as a winner. Every girl is a winner just by having the nerves to go on stage in front of a lot of people.Here is a list of the 2006 royalty winners.

2006 Mini Miss Princess: Victoria MaddenMini Miss 1st Attendant: Alice ChappelleMini Miss 2nd Attendant: Joscelyn TamMini Miss On Stage Personality: Avery ArrowoodMini Miss Photogenic: Sierra Albright

2006 Lit’l Miss Princess: Tianna DavisLit’l Miss 1st Attendant: Vanessa DavilaLit’l Miss 2nd Attendant: Alexys HolderLit’l Miss Talent: Sydney SurinLit’l Miss Photogenic: Stephony Leuallen



2006 Jr. Miss Princess: Eden YoungJr. Miss 1st Attendant: Caitlyn PettsJr. Miss 2nd Attendant: Kailee CordovaJr. Miss Talent: Megan JensenJr. Miss Photogenic: Nicole Peyer

2006 Miss Garfield County Fair Queen: Danielle GonzalesMiss 1st Attendant: Heather McCainMiss 2nd Attendant: Alyssa TenoldMiss Essay: Nicole ArrowoodMiss Photogenic: Danielle Gonzales


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