1. $25 entry fee per contestant, No refunds.
2. Contestants must be a resident of Adams County and between the age of 3-6.
3. Each contestant MUST attend dress rehearsal and pageant.
4. There will be a short one-on-one interview with the judges and each contestant will speak on stage with the emcee. No singing; if contestant does sing judges will not score based on singing.
5. Each contestant should dress with the theme of “country.” No formals, please.
6. Judges decision is final.
7. Pageant directors and fair board have final say.
8. All contestants must have signed waiver to compete.
9. The Adam’s County Fair is not responsible or liable for any interactions that might result in an exposure to or contraction of COVID-19.
The 2019 Adams County Fair crowned new royalty during fair week beginning Wednesday, July 24.
The pageant night began with the Little Miss and Mister Pageant. Thirty-three children between the ages of three and six competed for their chance to be “Little Royalty” at the 78th annual fair. Children were judged in three categories: private interview with judges, onstage presence and onstage interview. After a difficult decision, the judges chose the 2019 Little Miss and Mister Adams County.
Little Mister Adams County 2019 is Jackson Cassens of Camp Point, Illinois. He is the son of Justin and Kristen Cassens. He attends Central Elementary School. His hobbies include singing, baseball and boating.
Annastyn Landwehr is the 2019 Little Miss Adams County. She is the daughter of Cory and Jessica Landwehr of Mendon. She enjoys playing with her dog and being outside.