MILFORD—There was no shortage of cuties found at Milford Fest’s annual Cutie Contest. Boys and girls ages 2 to 5 stood in front of the crowd to see which four would be lucky enough to be this year’s queen, king, princess and prince.
While many were too shy to talk into the microphone, the ones who did spoke of their animals and dream professions. These ranged from princess to cowboy to dentist to business consultant.
The 2017 Cutie Princess was Payton Scheeren, daughter of Chris and Shanda Scheeren. She enjoys playing with her dolls and playing dress up.
Rohnan Timmons, son of Derek Timmons and Meghan McDaniel, was crowned the 2017 Cutie Prince. He enjoys driving his car and helping to fix things. When he grows up he wants to do anything that will let him drive fast.
Last year’s Cutie Prince, Braxton Bunch, son of Doreen Honeycutt, was crowned as the 2017 Cutie King. He likes to ride his bike and play in mud puddles. When he grows up he wants to work.
Kendall Scheeren, daughter of Chris and Shanda Scheeren, received the honor of being crowned the 2017 Cutie Queen. She likes to do crafts and wear dresses. When she grows up she wants to be a dentist and a business consultant. She is also the sister to the Cutie Princess.