Little Lincoln found himself in some precious company as Jenna Crisp, the crowd-popular 8-month-old beauty of Eric Crisp and Keisha Johansen, was named winner of the “People’s Choice” contest. Donations totaling more than $780 were collected through the “People’s Choice” competition. Proceeds were shared between the Cleveland Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis and the Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer.
Other cuties and beauties ruled the afternoon that attracted a large audience of Cleveland and Bradley County area families, community residents and anyone who had an interest in gorgeous, tiny tikes.
Joining Lincoln Bailey as the winner of the “Cleveland’s Cutie” contest were Kiley Swafford, the 7-month-old daughter of Tim Swafford and Jessica Kuykendall who garnered second place; and Calvary Cameron, the 11-month-old son of Tony and Shelley Cameron, who grabbed the third-place honors.
The inaugural “Cleveland’s Cutie” contest attracted 72 participants. The competition received more than 7,300 ballots in its first year.
The Cleveland Baby Fair and “Cleveland’s Cutie” were co-sponsored by SkyRidge Medical Center and an assortment of area companies and businesses. The Cleveland Daily Banner co-sponsored “Cleveland’s Cutie” and Mix104.1 co-sponsored the Cleveland Baby Fair.