Prince and Princess Snowflake crowned
Annual competition is sponsored by Beta Mu Sorority
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.