Little Miss and Miss Trappe chosen at fair
TRAPPE — Two new representatives for the Trappe Volunteer Fire Company Inc. were chosen during evening competitions at the Trappe Old Tyme Fair, June 21 through 23.
Juliette Morris was named the 2018 Little Miss Trappe Fire Prevention.
Juliette is 6 years old and entering first grade at White Marsh Elementary.
She is the daughter of Alex and Christina Morris, the granddaughter of Marvin and Rosemary Morris, all of Trappe, and the granddaughter of Victor and Diane Pizzaia of Parsonsburg.
Lanna Blessing, the 2017 Little Miss Trappe Fire Prevention, did the crowning.
Karli Abbott was named the new Miss Trappe Fire Prevention for 2018.
Karli is 15 years old, a sophomore at Easton High School, an officer in NJROTC and wants to enter the Naval Academy after high school.
She is the daughter of Kari Diefenderfer and granddaughter of Sonny and Lou Diefenderfer, all of Trappe.
First runner-up in the Miss Trappe contest, and the only other contestant, was Victoria McCracken, 15, a sophomore at St. Michaels High School.
Both Karli and Victoria are close friends and have long family histories with the town fire company.
Victoria’s family goes back at least three generations of volunteering, and Abbott is a fifth-generation volunteer, her family said.
Karli was crowned by the 2017 Miss Trappe Fire Prevention Chloe Milligan.
Flowers for the Little Miss and Miss competitions were provided by Monteray Farms Flowers and Gifts.
Juliette Morris, right, was crowned the 2018 Little Miss Trappe Fire Prevention on June 23 during the Trappe Old Tyme Fair. The 2017 Little Miss Trappe Lanna Blessing, left, did the crowning.
From left, first runner-up Victoria McCracken, the newly crowned 2018 Miss Trappe Fire Prevention Karli Abbott and the 2017 Miss Trappe Fire Prevention Chloe Milligan smile for the cameras after the Miss Trappe contest.