A McMinnville woman won the first ever Miss Jamboree Pageant for beauties ages 21-29 Saturday at the county complex auditorium.
Shea Butcher is the 22 year old daughter of Kevin and Shelia Butcher of McMinnville. She was also awarded for Prettiest Eyes and Prettiest Hair.
Eden Adora Nokes, the 25 year old daughter of Linda Nokes and James Crook of Smithville was the Runner-Up. Nokes was also awarded for Best Dress and Most Photogenic.
These were the only two contestants in this pageant.
There were six categories in the Miss Jamboree Pageant Saturday featuring girls ages four to six, seven to ten, eleven to thirteen, fourteen to sixteen, seventeen to twenty, and twenty one to twenty nine. Shan Burklow was the Emcee of each category. Find news stories about winners of the other pageants in the local news section of WJLE.com.
Winners of these pageants will be award presenters on stage during the televised portions of the Fiddler's Jamboree Friday and Saturday, July 4 & 5 downtown.
(TOP PHOTO: MISS JAMBOREE AGES 21-29 SHEA BUTCHER)
(BOTTOM PHOTO: Shan Burklow with Miss Jamboree Shea Butcher and Runner-Up Eden Adora Nokes)