2017 Winchester Community Picnic

  • The stage for the pageant was themed " Live Simply," and was designed by Jennifer Neff.
  • Entertainment was provided by Smashtag, a modern pop band out of Jacksonville.
  • Meet the 2017 pageant winners of Little Miss, Jr. Miss and Miss Winchester. 2017 Little Miss Winchester (left) is Ainsley Freeman, the daughter of Joel and Trista Freeman. Miss Winchester (center) is Isabella Cox, a 2017 graduate of Winchester High School and the daughter of Jill and Tony Cox. Jr Miss Winchester (right) is Josie Clayton, the daughter of Jessica and Mark Clayton.
  • Pictured representing the Scott County Veterans Monument committee (left to right): Matt Barber, Rebecca Barnett, Lisa Fowler and Debbie Rigor. Not present for the photo: Tina Brown
Brown and Nichole Mason. The group is raising funds to restore the current Veterans Monument.
  • The car show on the Square was a big success; with around 146 cars
participating, there was a variety of antique, classic and other interesting
vehicles.
  • Pictured representing the Scott County Veterans Monument committee (left to right): Matt Barber, Rebecca Barnett, Lisa Fowler and Debbie Rigor. Not present for the photo: Tina Brown
Brown and Nichole Mason. The group is raising funds to restore the current Veterans Monument.
  • 2017 Miss Winchester Isabella Cox sits with her awards.
  • The car show on the Square was a big success; with around 146 cars
participating, there was a variety of antique, classic and other interesting
vehicles.
  • The car show on the Square was a big success; with around 146 cars
participating, there was a variety of antique, classic and other interesting
vehicles.

The 2017 Winchester Community Picnic was celebrated on July 15. In cased you missed it, here are some photos from the event.

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