Lt. Gov. recognizes Cal-Cam Fair 100th year, pageant winners announced

Published 11:00 am Sunday, October 23, 2022

Turning 100 is a big deal, and the birthday celebration began for the Cal Cam Fair on Oct. 12 at the West Cal Arena.

Sulphur Mayor Mike Danahay and Jasmine Tregree, a senior policy advisor and representative from Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser’s office, delivered official proclamations declaring the importance of the Cal-Cam Fair reaching the 100-year mark at the preview party.

Winners of the Cal Cam Fair pageant Teen Miss Aubrie Crochet, LeBlanc Middle School, Junior Miss Laynie Landry, DeQuincy High School, Miss Madison Fountain, Hamilton Christian, introduced themselves for the first time as Cal Cam Fair Pageant winners as government officials and candidates, the Cal-Cam Fair Board and other community leaders from Cameron and Calcasieu parishes dined on boiled shrimp, courtesy of the Lt. Governor’s office.

“We’re looking forward to these young ladies going out into the community and using this platform to share kindness,” said Jody Barrilleaux, Cal Cam Fair Board.

Other winners of the Oct. 8 Cal Cam Fair Pageant  include Tiny Miss Ella-Rose Leger, Petite Miss Aubrey Miller, Little Miss Kayleigh Thibodaux and Deb Miss Olivia Boudreaux.