2018-08-09 / Front Page

Trinity Pittman Crowned Little Miss Fair Queen

At 98th annual Fulton County Fair
By Cassidy Pittman
STAFF WRITER


Trinity Pittman, 6, was crowned Little Miss Fair Queen last Tuesday evening during fair week. She is the daughter of Shannon and Brian Pittman. Trinity Pittman, 6, was crowned Little Miss Fair Queen last Tuesday evening during fair week. She is the daughter of Shannon and Brian Pittman. Six-year-old Trinity Pittman was crowned Little Miss Fair Queen last Tuesday night at the 98th annual Fulton County Fair. She is the daughter of Shannon and Brian Pittman and will be entering first grade at Southern Fulton Elementary school in the fall. Fifteen girls between ages 5 and 9 competed in the pageant. As the Little Miss Fair Queen, Trinity will participate in fair-sponsored events throughout the year.

During the competition Trinity wowed the judges with her answer to the interview portion of the pageant, then brought it home during the talent portion, in which she showed off her talent for rhythmic gymnastics with ribbons with her own routine.

Trinity’s favorite things to do include going to her ballet practice and dancing with the big girls. She also likes to do makeup and hair and horseback riding.

She has been taking ballet since she was 3 years old, and dreams of becoming a ballerina, a horseback rider, a cheerleader, and a mom when she grows up. She wanted to run for fair queen because she wanted to help hand out all the ribbons at the fairs to the winners, especially the pigs.

Runner-up Mary Rotz, 9, also choreographed a gymnastic routine for the talent portion. She will be a fourth-grade student at McConnellsburg Elementary School in the fall. Mary is an avid gymnast who has been studying for the last three years at Wilson School of Gymnastics and Dance. Her dream is to be an Olympic gymnast.

Once crowned, Trinity was joined on stage by last year’s Little Miss Fair Queen Ella Weigle who congratulated her.

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