Pickle Festival

2017

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44 — Mount Olive Pickle Festival Wednesday, April 26, 2017 COURT WILL REIGN: N.C. Pickle Princess Court The N.C. Pickle Princess Court that will reign over the 31st annu- al N.C. Pickle Festival was crowned Saturday, April 15. The 17th annual pageant, held at the Hazel Waters Kornegay Assembly Hall, featured 19 contestants raging from nine months through Mrs. Katie Stallings, 22, was crowned Miss N.C. Pickle Princess. She is the daughter of Barry and Olivia Stallings of Pikeville and the granddaugh- ter of Sankie Stallings of Mount Olive. Her sister, Karen, who is Miss Spivey's Corner, was one of the several local pageant queens who helped at the event. Katie Stallings in her last year at Wayne Community and is pursuing a career in country music. She hopes to one day also pursue acting. She also works part time at Stoney Creek This is the N.C. Pickle Princess Court that will reign over the 31st annual N.C. Pickle Festival to be held Friday and Saturday, April 28-29. Its members were crowned Saturday, April 15, during the 17th annual pageant, held at the Hazel Waters Kornegay Assembly Hall. Front row from left are Keely Deal, Maggie Lancaster, Kynze Wilson, Jade Richardson, Eliza Vann. Back row from left are Baylor Harris, Baker Sumner, Catherine Smith, Blair Sarvis, Kayla Adams, Kourtni Gerken, Alyssa Monk, Savanna Abernathy-Torres and Katie Stallings. Mini Miss Division winner Maggie Lancaster waves from the stage of the Hazel Waters Kornegay Assembly Hall Saturday, April 15, during the 2017 N.C. Pickle Princess Pageant. Katie Stallings, 22, is crowned Miss N.C. Pickle Princess. See COURT, Page 45 Story by Steve Herring PICKLE CLUE Lynn, the UMO Artisan Village will feature paintings and other juried art. Be sure to visit and watch some pottery being made

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