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2024 Beech Baby & Miss Festival of the Lakes

Saturday, June 29, 2024 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) (CDT)


Saturday, June 29th, 2024 - 2023 Beech Baby and Miss Festival of the Lakes 

Location: First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall 

Ages: 6months - 14 years 

$40.00 Pageant Entry Fee 

Casual/ 4th of July Dressy Attire 

  Winners will receive Trophies for: 

King (6months-4yrs) & Queen (6months - 14yrs) 

1st & 2nd Place 

Prettiest Smile 

Prettiest Hair 

Prettiest Eyes 

Best Personality 

Most Patriotic 

$3.00 Admission Fee

TIMES - arrive 30 mins prior to stage time

6-12 months Beech Baby GIRL/BOY (9:00)

12-24 months Tiny Tot Baby GIRL/BOY (9:45)

2 yrs Wee Beech Baby GIRL/BOY (10:30)

3-4 yrs Miss/Mr Beech Baby GIRL/BOY (11:15)

5-7yrs Little Miss Festival of the Lakes (12:00pm)

8-10yrs Pre-Teen Miss Festival of the Lakes (12:45pm)

11-14yrs Miss Festival of the Lakes (1:00pm)

**Times are estimated and subject to change based on number participants**

First Baptist Church, Lexington
50 Stanford Ave.
Lexington, TN 38351 United States
Fellowship Hall
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Kristina Anderson
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Saturday, June 29, 2024 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM) (CDT)
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