Congratulations to the 2019 Morgan County Fair Royalty! Lori Jackson was named Queen, Kayla Brackett was named Junior Miss, and Aleah Walls was named Princess Tuesday night at the Morgan County Fair Pageant.
2019 Queen Lori Annette Jackson is the daughter of Mark and Donna Jackson of Jacksonville; 2019 Junior Miss Kayla Carolyn Brackett is the daughter of Brandon and Elizabeth Brackett of Jacksonville; and 2019 Princess Aleah May Walls is the daughter of Hillary Stice and Mick Walls of Jacksonville. The 2019 pageant was held July 9 at the Morgan County Fairgrounds in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Morgan County Fair 2019 Pageant winners, Queen contest
Lori Annette Jackson won Queen and the vote for People’s Choice
Sydney Elizabeth Hembrough won 1st runner-up, Miss Congeniality and Best Speech
Courtney June Privia won 2nd runner-up
Morgan County Fair 2019 Pageant winners, Junior Miss contest
Kayla Carolyn Brackett won Junior Miss
Macey Isabella Long won 1st Runner-up
Adisyn Grace Tapscott won 2nd Runner-up
Bentley Rose Clayton won Best Communication
Katelyn Mae Adams won Best Interview
Elle Noel Van Noy won the vote for People’s Choice
Morgan County Fair 2019 Pageant winners, Princess (Little Miss) contest
Aleah May Walls won Princess
Rylinn Nicole Bland won 1st Runner-up
Adalyn Kate Hudson won 2nd Runner-up
Grace Elizabeth Crews won 3rd Runner-up
Halle Mae Armstrong won the vote for People’s Choice
Congratulations to the 2018 Morgan County Fair Royalty! Savanna Long was named Queen, Bella Evans was named Junior Miss, and Chloe Buhlig was named Princess Tuesday night at the Morgan County Fair Pageant.
2018 Queen Savanna Nicole Long is the daughter of Wesley & Sally Long of Jacksonville; 2018 Junior Miss Bella Evans is the daughter of Sean & Amy Evans of Jacksonville; and 2018 Princess Chloe Nicole Buhlig is the daughter of Joe & Christy Buhlig of Jacksonville. The 2018 pageant was held July 10 at the Morgan County Fairgrounds in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Morgan County Fair 2018 Pageant winners, Queen contest
Savanna Nicole Long won Queen, Best Interview & People’s Choice
Paige Nicole Hamilton won 1st runner-up
Lilly Hoskins Schwiderski won 2nd runner-up
Maggie Raelou Kaylor won Miss congeniality
Delani Diane Dillard won Best speech
Morgan County Fair 2018 Pageant winners, Junior Miss contest
Bella Evans won Junior Miss & Best Communication
Madison Ann Davis won 1st Runner-up & Best Interview
Isabella Lauren Woods won 2nd Runner-up & Best Stage Presence
Kendall Paige Jumper won the vote for People’s Choice
Morgan County Fair 2018 Pageant winners, Princess (Little Miss) contest
Chloe Nicole Buhlig won Princess, Best Stage Presence & Best Interview
Olivia Nicole Weinant won 1st Runner-up & People’s Choice
Congratulations to the 2017 Morgan County Fair Royalty! Gracie Richardson was named Queen, Camille Brown was named Junior Miss, and Amelia Pennell was named Princess Tuesday night at the Morgan County Fair Pageant.
2017 Queen Gracie Blu Richardson is the daughter of Dean and Taunia Richardson of Jacksonville; 2017 Junior Miss Camille Lauren Brown is the daughter of Dennis and Crista Brown of Jacksonville; and 2017 Princess Amelia Renee Pennell is the daughter of Holly Pennell of Jacksonville. The 2017 pageant was held July 11 at the Morgan County Fairgrounds in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Catherine Rose Ott placed as Top 50/50 Sales Winner. Thanks to all who bought tickets, for the funds go to the pageant winners to defer costs of state competition and other instances where they represent the fair.
Morgan County Fair 2017 Pageant winners, Queen contest
Gracie Blu Richardson won Queen & Best interview
Alison Marie Coats won 1st runner-up
Cydney Elise Musch won 2nd runner-up & Miss congeniality
Cassie Davida Huey won Best speech
Hannah Ruth Jackson won People’s Choice
Morgan County Fair 2017 Pageant winners, Junior Miss contest
Camille Lauren Brown won Junior Miss & Best Stage Presence
Leah Joy Hoffman won 1st Runner-up & Best Interview
Grace Elizabeth Newman won 2nd Runner-up
Meredith Grace Gallo won Communication Skills
Kendall Paige Jumper won the vote for People’s Choice
Morgan County Fair 2017 Pageant winners, Princess (Little Miss) contest
Amelia Renee Pennell won Princess & the vote for People’s Choice
Carley Mae Peterson won 1st Runner-up
Gracee Mae Geer won 2nd Runner-up & Best Stage Presence
Congratulations to the 2016 Morgan County Fair Royalty! Taylor Zoerner was named Queen, Olivia Haverfield was named Princess and (new to the contest this year) Kaylee Ford was named Junior Miss.
2016 Queen Taylor Zoerner is the daughter of Tom and Melissa Zoerner of Jacksonville. 2016 Junior Miss Kaylee Ford is the daughter of Jason and Aleece Ford of Franklin. 2016 Princess Olivia Haverfield is the daughter of Michelle Kays and Brad Haverfield of South Jacksonville. The pageant was held Tuesday July 5 at the Morgan County Fairgrounds in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Morgan County Fair 2016 Pageant winners, Queen contest
Taylor Zoerner won Queen
Breann Burt won 1st Runner Up
Paige Hamilton won 2nd Runner Up and Best Speech
Marrion Ore won Best interview and Miss Congeniality
Blaire Long won the vote for People’s Choice
Morgan County Fair 2016 Pageant winners, Junior Miss contest
Kaylee Ford won Junior Miss
Abigayle Lewis won 1st Runner Up and the vote for People’s Choice
Camille Brown won 2nd Runner Up
Marlee Schumaker won Best Interview
Rylie Bettis won Best Stage Presence
Brooklyn Clayton won Communication Skills
Morgan County Fair 2016 Pageant winners, Princess (Little Miss) contest
Olivia Haverfield won Princess
Grace Chambers won 1st Runner Up
Carsyn DeLong won 2nd Runner Up
Calla Lonergan won Best Interview
Millie Schumacher won Best Stage Presence
Jaelie Harp won the vote for People’s Choice
Crowning 2016 Morgan County Fair Princess Olivia Haverfield.
2016 Morgan County Fair Princess Olivia Haverfield in dress.
2016 Morgan County Fair Princess Olivia Haverfield in bathing suit.
2016 Morgan County Fair Princess contestants in bathing suits.
2016 Morgan County Fair Princess contestants in dresses.
Tiffany Hermon Warmowski & Michelle McIntyre Davlantis circa February 29, 1992 in Lynwood, IL
Something not wedding photography related . . . Tiffany Warmowski was, I guess you can say honored, to be included in the latest episode of the Mortifed podcast. Tiffany explains . . .
There’s a podcast and stage show called Mortified, where adults read the diaries they wrote as teenagers. I was listening to this podcast when they had a call for horrible teen poetry. This is a tongue-in-cheek contest sponsored with the Poetry Foundation. Well, in addition to books and books of diary pages, I also have quite the collection of really, really bad poetry I wrote as a teenager. I chose two poems and called the phone number where I read each poem and gave a little background on why I wrote each one. Well, apparently my horrible poem, titled, “Yesterday” stuck out to them. You can hear me on the podcast reading part of the poem I wrote as a freshman in high school. Let’s just say that “Mortified” is a very accurate description of how I’m feeling!
Music by “Stan & Judy” Judy Viera and Stan Robinson 7pm Monday, part of the Prairieland Chautauqua 2015.
This weekend is the Prairieland Chautauqua. The annual event features local and national performers recreating the lives and stories of historical figures, musical shows and historical storytellers. Go for the show, but also to talk to the other interesting people this event draws.
Schedule — The Morgan County Historical Society’s 17th Annual Prairieland Chautauqua — “All American Showcase”
Labor Day Weekend Saturday, Sunday, Monday September 5-7, 2015 at First Christian Church 2106 S. Main St. South Jacksonville. More on Facebook event .
Morgan County Fair Pageant 2015 Queen Abby Tomhave and 2015 Princess Nevaeh Benz.
2015 Queen Abby Tomhave is the daughter of John and Sherrie Tomhave of Jacksonville. 2015 Princess Nevaeh Benz is the daughter of Quenten Benz and Amber Griggle-Benz of Murrayville. The pageant was held Tuesday night July 7 at the fairgrounds in Jacksonville, Illinois.
Morgan County Fair 2015 Pageant winners, Queen contest
Alexis Rachelle Middleton named 1st Runner Up
Cassidy Dayne Crow named 2nd Runner Up
Queen Abby Tomhave also won Best Speech
Alexis Middleton won for Best interview
Breann Nicole Burt won Miss Congeniality
Megan Lorine Littleton won the vote for People’s Choice
(From left) 1st Runner Up Alexis Middleton, 2014 Queen Brianna Klein, 2015 Queen and Best Speech Abby Tomhave, 2015 Miss Illinois County Fair Sadie Gassmann, and 2nd Runner Up Cassidy Crow.
Abby Tomhave after being crowned 2015 Queen.
2015 Queen Abby Tomhave in evening gown portion of contest.
2015 Queen Abby Tomhave in swimsuit portion of contest.
Warmowski Photography is happy to also be a sponsor of the contest, and first place winners will get special photo cards. Also thanks to our friends at Jacksonville Bark for Your Park/Jacksonville Park Foundation and Pets Supplies Plus who joined as contest sponsors and gave a box of treats for the new queen and princess to pass out to their new four-legged friends.
Congratulations to the 2014 Morgan County Fair Queen Brianna Klein — she won first runner up to the Miss Illinois County Fair Queen. See coverage from the 2014 fair.
Morgan County Fair 2014 Queen wins first runner up at state.
Posted by Steve. Springfield Illinois area wedding photography by Warmowski Photography, husband-wife photojournalist team want to tell the story of your wedding day in pictures. Follow us on Facebook. Studio located at 301 E Court St. Suite B, Jacksonville, IL 62650, open by appointment only.
We’ve offered assistance to Annie as she has hosted photographers and art directors from national home magazines. Her historic home on State Street in Jacksonville has been featured in numerous home and style magazines. Annie also let Steve follow her when he photographed for the America At Home project (she appeared in the book).
Euro Trash is a bright spot in the economy of Jacksonville, Illinois. The company imports items purchased at sales and markets in Europe, and she has a team of trained carpenters and refinishers who fix up the home goods which make their way into the homes of St. Louis sports stars and other high-end homes.