Photo courtesy of Mike Williams Photography

Nicole Roberts, of Nicholasville, Kentucky, poses for a photo after being crowned the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Queen.
Photo courtesy of Mike Williams Photography Nicole Roberts, of Nicholasville, Kentucky, poses for a photo after being crowned the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Queen.

The Twin Lakes National Fiddler Championship festivities kicked off last Friday night, July 12 with the annual Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Pageant.

The results of last Friday's pageants were as follows:

Nicole Roberts, of Nicholasville, Kentucky, was crowned the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Queen, with Sunni Finley, of Leitchfield, being named 1st Runner-Up.

Kennedy Davis, of Leitchfield, was crowned the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Princess, with Sydney Thomas, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, being named 1st Runner-Up and Isabella Weedman, of Caneyville, being named 2nd Runner-Up.

Edra Pawley, of Caneyville, was crowned the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Little Princess, with Isabella O'Neal, of Graham, Kentucky, being named 1st Runner-Up, Keilana Cargo, of Hudson, Kentucky, being named 2nd Runner-Up, and Hannah Franklin, of Leitchfield, being named 3rd Runner-Up.

Hannah Hack, of Leitchfield was crowned the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Little Miss, with Laielah Roscoe, of Sweeden, Kentucky, being named 1st Runner-Up, Jocelyn Kemble, of Brownsville, Kentucky, being named 2nd Runner-Up, and Madison Hill, of Clarkson, being named 3rd Runner-Up.

Kynedy Moorman, of McQuady, Kentucky, was named the 2019 Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Tiny Miss, with Sophie Helm, of Maceo, Kentucky, being named 1st Runner-Up, Arian Houston, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, being named 2nd Runner-Up, and Lynna Dennison, of Clarkson, being named 3rd Runner-Up.

Twin Lakes Fiddle Festival Pageant organizer Joyce Mudd said this year's pageant went well with several local young ladies, as well as young ladies from surrounding counties lighting up the stage last Friday night.

"Every contestant is important to me," Mudd said. "Without them, there would be no pageant."

Mudd also wished to recognize the pageant committee and volunteers who helped make the event a success and commend the winners.

"The girls are excited about being on stage and meeting everyone Saturday on the square at the National Fiddler Championship," Mudd said. "They will be wonderful ambassadors for our city and will represent us well."