Seven Contestants Will Take the Stage at the Annual Warren County Prime Beef Festival Princess Pageant


**photo courtesy of the Warren County Prime Beef Festival Facebook page

The Warren County Prime Beef Festival Princess Pageant will kick off the annual event tomorrow evening, Saturday, September 3rd at the Crossing Church in Monmouth. Vice President and Committee Chair of the Princess Pageant McKenzie Schleich shares seven contestants will take the stage:

“Our contestant number one is Alexis Finnicum. Contestant two is Malia Killey. Contestant three is Rosa Perez. Contestant four is McKinley Rexroat. Contestant five will be Paige Richardson. Number six will be Addisyn Switzer and number seven; we will finish it off with Molly Matten. All of these young ladies are from the Monmouth-Roseville School District this year. We really appreciate them wanting to be involved and I think everybody is having a good time.”

Doors open at 6 pm with the pageant beginning at 7 pm. Events ramp up next week with the hog and cattle shows at the Warren County Fairgrounds in Roseville on Monday, followed by the Livestock Auction Tuesday at 6 pm at the Monmouth American Legion. Complete details of the 2022 Warren County Prime Beef Festival can be found online at

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