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PARIS — It is time for the World’s Biggest Fish Fry Hostess Princess Pageant. Two Bethel University students are competing in the Saturday event.The Paris-Henry County Jaycees is hosting …
PARIS — It is time for the World’s Biggest Fish Fry Hostess Princess Pageant. Two Bethel University students are competing in the Saturday event.
The Paris-Henry County Jaycees is hosting the World’s Biggest Fish Fry Pageants at Krider Performing Arts Center this weekend.
The Hostess Princess pageant begins 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, January 25 and eight young ladies registered for the competition.
Many local businesses are again sponsoring prizes for the Hostess Princess and her court. Commercial Bank & Trust will once again award the Hostess Princess with a $1,000 scholarship. The girls will compete first in casual wear and then in their evening gowns.
The top five ladies will answer an on-stage question and then the winners will be announced. KPAC opens at 6 p.m. and admission is $5. Children 5 and under are free with an adult.
Contestants are: Alyssa Mellon, 18-year-old senior at Henry County High School; Alyssa Wade, 17, senior at HCHS; Alyvia Taylor, 17, senior at HCHS; Emily Raines, 18, freshman at Bethel University; Gracie Milan, 18, freshman at Murray State; Jessica Whalen, 17, junior at HCHS; Lexie Daniels, 18, freshman at Bethel University; and Victoria Owen, 18, senior at HCHS.