Winners and their pies in the Missouri First Lady’s Pie Contest are, from left, fruit pie category, Lorin Fahrmerier, of Wellington, third place for her peanut butter and jelly pie; Sage Harlan, of Green Ridge, second place for his blackberry and peach pie; Gayle Duncan, of Savannah, for her wild black raspberry pie; First Lady Georganne Nixon; cream pie category, Megan Roe White, of Cole Camp, grand champion for her Hawaiian delight pie; Debra Bolton, of Pleasant Hill, second place for her lemon blueberry pie with poppy seed crust; and Kristie Price, of Marshall, third place for her coconut cream pie.
Spicy royal velvet cupcakes with cinnamon cream cheese frosting, made by Kendra Holt of Urich, Placed first in the Sedalia Scottish Rite Club Cupcake Fit for a Queen Contest.
Six-year-old Carson Price of Marshall, standing with State Fair Commissioner Sherry Jones, took home a red ribbon for his fried apple cobbler in the youth division in the Starline Your Best Cobble Contest on Tuesday.
Beth McDowell and her daughter Madelyn 8, of Kansas City, placed second in Tuesday's Laureate Beta Zeta Chocolate Chip Cookie Contest, for their "O'Mama I'll have Another" cookies made with Ovaltine.
Megan (Roe) White, center, of Cole Camp, won first place Thursday in the cream pie category and also best of show for her Hawaiian Delight pie in the Missouri First Lady's Pie Contest at the Missouri State Fair. From left, are Missouri First Lady Georganne Nixon, Megan Murphy and Angie Bailey of KOMU Channel 8, Columbia.