Cameron McGhar, a 7-year-old Clanton Elementary School student, was crowned Little Miss Peach on Saturday night.

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McGhar crowned Little Miss Peach

Published 10:38pm Saturday, June 23, 2012

The sixth time proved a charm for 7-year-old Cameron McGhar.

Cameron McGhar with outgoing Little Miss Peach Halle Sullivan.

The Clanton Elementary School student was named Little Miss Peach on Saturday night.

Though it was McGhar’s first Peach Pageant, she has previously placed as first alternate in five other pageants.

“It’s great. I love being a Peach Queen,” McGhar said after the pageant. “I’m so excited.”

As new Peach Royalty, McGhar said she’s looking forward to meeting Gov. Robert Bentley.

In addition to winning the crown, McGhar also won the evening’s casual wear portion.

She is the daughter of Brandon McGhar and was sponsored by Pate’s Plumbing and Mini Storage.

Her court included first alternate Lilly Speaks, second alternate Mattie Woodall, third alternate Addison Hayes and fourth alternate Ivie Littleton.

McGhar's court included first alternate Lilly Speaks, second alternate Mattie Woodall, third alternate Addison Hayes and fourth alternate Ivie Littleton.

The rest of the Top 10 were Caylene Bice, Mia Deason, Campbell Easterling, Emma Penley and Makiley Porter.

The next Peach Pageant will be Monday night, when 2011 Young Miss Peach Grace Nolen will crown one of 36 girls her successor.

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