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Miss County Line cowgirls crowned
MR cowboy queens
Pageant winners were, from left, Brittany Bugajski, Ashley Murphy, Shelby Mock and Kylie Gaitten. - photo by Photo by Mike Riddle
The 2009 County Line Pageant was recently held and taking home the title of Ms./Mrs. County Line Cowgirl was Kylie Gaitten.
Gaitten, 20, is a student at Armstrong Atlantic State University, and the daughter of Debbi and Mike Gaitten.
Winning the miss category was Shelby Mock, 16.  She is a student at Long County High School and the daughter of Andy and Kelli Mock.
In the junior miss division the 2009 queen was Ashley Murphy, 14, also a student at Long County High School. She is the daughter of Brian and Kim Murphy.
Taking home the prize as the first runner up for the juniors was Brittany Bugajski, 14.  She is a student at Tattnall County High School and the daughter of Patti and Jimmy Bugajski.
The judges were Jessica Chambless and Chrissie Davis, while the emcee was Debbi Gaitten.
The pageant was organized by the Karen and Ricky Waters, owners of the County Line Barn and the theme was western-wear.  
This was the first year for the pageant, and Jennifer Thomas said, “I thought it was a good pageant, and I like the one’s (pageants) that get away from the traditional glamour gowns, they seem to be more fun for the girls.”
Donating the ribbons, crowns, and trophies for the pageant was KIDZ-ETC.

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