Parish of Plenty boasts little misses
First row (left to right): Phoebe Bourgoyne, Mallory Lloyd and Krista Pfister. Second row (left to right): Maggie Wise and McCoi Hollins holding Margaux Mouton.
The pageant is a fundraiser for the St. Charles Parish Festival Pageant Scholarships.
The winners in each division were:
Baby Miss Parish of Plenty (0-11 Months):
Margaux Mouton, Queen and Prettiest Smile
Aubrey Matherne, 1st runner up, prettiest hair, fashion, and photogenic
Addisyn Gautreaux, 2nd runner up, prettiest eyes
Tiny Miss Parish of Plenty (12-23 Months):
Krista Pfister, Queen, fashion, and photogenic
Precious Miss Parish of Plenty (2-3 years old):
Pheobe Bourgoyne, Queen, fashion, and photogenic
Little Miss Parish of Plenty (4-5 years old):
Mallory Lloyd, Queen, prettiest hair, prettiest smile, and photogenic
Amelia Mouton, 1st runner up and fashion
Zoe Naquin, 2nd runner up, prettiest eyes
Deb Miss Parish of Plenty (8-9 years old):
Maggie Wise, Queen, prettiest eyes, prettiest smile
Cassie Connors, 1st runner up, prettiest hair, fashion, and photogenic
Jr. Miss Parish of Plenty (10-12 years old):
MaCoi Hollins, Queen, prettiest hair, prettiest smile
Laila Andras, 1st runner up, prettiest eyes, photogenic
Erin Robicheaux, 2nd runner up, fashion
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