One Fayette County show is letting kids walk the walk and strut their stuff.

Local - 8/24/2014 6:37 AM by Adam Mayer

OAK HILL -- The 16th Annual Oak Leaf Youth Pageant continued today at Oak Hill High School where kids as young as 6 months and as old as 13 competed.

Categories included best dressed, most pretty or most handsome. Locals say that pageant girls train their entire lives to represent a small town. Winning is an honor that they will cherish for the rest of their lives.

Glenna Rollins, a judge at the Oak Leaf Youth Pageant, says “to have a girl represent a small town that will go on to compete at the West Virginia association of fairs and festivals this winter is an ultimate example of what leadership, caring, and service is all about.”

The winners will go on to represent Fayette County and Oak Hill this winter at the West Virginia Association of Fairs and Festivals.


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