Miss Lee County's Fairest of the Fair Pageant
Miss Lee County Fair's Princess Pageant for girls of all ages.
Thank you for choosing to take part in the Miss Lee County's Fairest of the Fair on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 3 & 4, 2023. The pageant will be held at the Lee County Fair Grounds, 2408 Lafayette Pkwy, Opelika, AL 36801 at 7:00 pm. The fair grounds are located off of U.S. Highway 431 down from Opelika High School.
The gates open at 6:00 pm and there is a nominal fair gate admission.
The contestant and one parent is admitted free.
Application deadline is Monday, October 2, 20223.
Door entries will be accepted through 6:30 pm competition day with a $10 late fee.
All age groups will complete in beauty and sportswear.
Piano talent requires prior arrangements.
$50 - Entry
$25 - Optional Talent
$10 per Photo - Optional Photogenic
0-1 years WEE MISS
2-4 years TINY MISS
5-6 years PETITE MISS
7-9 years LITTLE MISS
10-12 years JR TEEN MISS
13-16 years TEEN MISS
17 years & Up MISS
Please mail applications to:
Miss Lee County Fair
200 Lee Rd 845
Valley, AL 36854
(Do not mail photos or CDs)
Please make checks or money orders payable to:
Lee County Fair Association
We strive very hard to produce an honest and transparent pageant. We choose our judges carefully and make sure that they have extensive pageant background history. We brief them with the “what the judges see” information and then we have no or little contact with them until the conclusion of the pageant. The judge’s scores are given directly to the auditor who sits with the judges and it is entered into a professional auditing computer program. If you do not agree with the judges’ decisions, you are welcome to talk to us about it but please understand that pageants are a subjective hobby and that the decisions of the day are based on 3 people's opinions. We have no gain to “select” who we want on our court and neither do the judges. We appreciate every single contestant and want everyone to walk away happy … crown or no crown. Parents PLEASE help us to facilitate a positive experience by not getting upset, talking negatively about any contestant or displaying poor sportsmanship. Sadly, this has happened in the past and it has turned a great day into a bad day for the girls who have worked so hard and deserve a fun time!
Thank you and See you at the Fair!
Tina Jones, Director
The Miss Lee County Fair Pageant Committee