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More entries received in PJWC baby contest

Published: Friday, Aug. 16, 2013 1:35 p.m. CDT

PRINCETON — Fifteen more entries have been received in this year’s Princeton Junior Woman’s Club baby contest.

They include: Evalynn Leck, 5 months, the daughter of James Leck and Daisy Underwood of Bureau; Cullen Johnston, 7 months, the son of Eric and Olivia Johnston of Princeton; Alivia Norman, 4 months, the daughter of Nate and Nachelle Norman of Princeton; Karter Catton, 12 months, the son of Josh and Lisa Catton of Wyanet; Adalyn Mavity, 11 months, the daughter of Danny and Laury Mavity of Spring Valley; Logan Kemper Michael Duffy, 9 months, the son of Duanna Duffy of Princeton; Payton Adams, 12 months, the daughter of Katie Wright and Bryan Adams of Walnut; Avery May, 9 months, the daughter of Eric May and Mandi Gross; Braden Thompson, 18 months, the son of Sam and Tara Thompson of Princeton; Landon Hermeyer, 15 months, the son of Jen Matthews and Justin Hermeyer of Princeton; Noah Hubbard, 3 1/2 months, the son of Troy Hubbard and Jennifer Muncey of Princeton; Brevin Brokaw, 11 1/2 months, the son of Adam and Kimber Brokaw of Tiskilwa; Pierce Molln, 12 months, the son of Ryan and Danielle Molln of Princeton; Jayden Taylor, 3 months, the son of Jamie and Josh Taylor of Princeton; Kinsleigh Lynn Marie Prokes, 5 1/2 months, the daughter of Kristina Wright and Michael Prokes; and Josie Danielle Wiggim, 15 months, the daughter of Matt and Andrea Wiggim of Princeton.

Voting will begin today, Saturday, and continue until noon on Sept. 13. The photographs will be displayed at Central Bank, Midland States Bank, Centrue Bank and Heartland Bank & Trust. The photos will be rotated on a weekly basis between the four banks. Each photograph will have a corresponding canister in which to place votes. One dollar equals 100 votes. The winner will be notified on Sept. 13 and introduced during that evening’s Homestead Festival awards ceremony and pork dinner/ice cream social. All winners and their parents will have a spot in the Homestead Festival parade.

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