Prince and Princess Snowflake crowned

An­nual com­pe­ti­tion is spon­sored by Beta Mu Soror­ity

The Progress-Index Weekend - - MAGIC MOMENTS - [CON­TRIB­UTED PHOTO]

Fif­teen lit­tle girls and six lit­tle boys, ages 3, 4 and 5, com­peted for the ti­tles of Princess and Prince Snowflake 2018, on Satur­day, Nov. 17, at El­iz­a­beth Davis Mid­dle School, Ch­ester.

This year marked the 60th an­niver­sary of the an­nual fundraiser, spon­sored by Beta Mu Soror­ity.

Five-year-old Cal­lista Rae Carr, daugh­ter of Julie Carr and Robert Sko­gen, was crowned the 60th Princess Snowflake and 4-year-old Chase Ash­ton Rudy, son of Kristy and Michael Rudy, was crowned the 6th Prince Snowflake.

Blair Olivia Tay­lor, 4, daugh­ter of Leslie Tay­lor, was cho­sen as Princess run­ner-up and Ethan Brant­ley Web­ster, 3, was cho­sen as Prince run­ner-up.

Kol­bee Love Baker, 5, daugh­ter of Kassie Rook and Juan Baker, was awarded the Most Pho­to­genic ti­tle for the girls and Ethan Web­ster was cho­sen as Most Pho­to­genic for the boys.

Ethan Web­ster was also cho­sen for the Con­ge­nial­ity award.

All pro­ceeds from the an­nual con­test go to lo­cal fam­i­lies in need at Christ­mas­time and the soror­ity's high school schol­ar­ships, which are pre­sented in June.

The newly crowned Princess Snowflake and Prince Snowflake, as well as run­ner-up winners in the com­pe­ti­tion pose with Santa. From left, Cal­lista Rae Carr, Princess Snowflake 2018; Blair Olivia Tay­lor, Princess run­ner-up; Ethan Brant­ley Web­ster, Prince run­ner-up; and Chase Ash­ton Rudy, Prince Snowflake 2018. This was the 60th an­nual com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by Beta Mu Soror­ity.

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