Emma Brooke Jennings was crowned Little Miss DeKalb County Saturday at the Spring Blossom Pageant sponsored by the Smithville Women's Club.
Jennings, the four year old daughter of Chad and Shelly Jennings of Smithville, was among fourteen contestants in the pageant.
She succeeds the retiring Little Miss, Deering Grace Hendrixson, the six year old daughter of Tiffany Hill Hendrixson and Darbie Hendrixson.
The First runner-up in the Little Miss pageant was Presley Suzanne Agee, the five year old daughter of Michael and Kelly Agee of Smithville.
Second runner-up was Julia Grace Curtis, the six year old daughter of Bruce and Amy Curtis of Smithville.
Alannah Rose Musick Morris was the Third runner-up. She is the six year old daughter of Celena Musick and Grover Morris of Smithville.
Six year old Madison Faith Whitehead of Smithville, daughter of Kenneth and Tina Whitehead, was named Fourth runner–up.
Rounding out the top ten were Alexis Grace Atnip, the five year old daughter of Barry and Veronica Atnip of Smithville; Shawnta Rose Koegler, the six year old daughter of Brian and Leticia Koegler of Smithville; Madison Rae Rackley, the four year old daughter of Gordon and Jessica Rackley of Smithville; Morrisa Keenan, the five year old daughter of Amber Keenan and Scotty Knowles of Smithville; and Katherine Grace Colwell, the four year old daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville.
Hannah Elizabeth McBride was named Little Miss Manners. She is the five year old daughter of Anthony and Danielle Carr of Smithville.
Meanwhile, the retiring Little Mister DeKalb County is Triston Bailey Stanley . He is the six year old son of Kym Curtis and Steve Stanley. No Little Mister contest was held Saturday.