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Gravette girl is Miss Benton County Tiny Tot

by Susan Holland | October 5, 2021 at 12:53 p.m.
Submitted Photo Kynzlee Woods, of Gravette, models her sash and crown after winning the title of Miss Benton County Tiny Tot Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Benton County Fairgrounds. Kynzlee is four years old and in the pre-K program at Glenn Duffy Elementary School.

GRAVETTE -- Kynzlee Woods, of Gravette, was chosen Miss Benton County Tiny Tot in competition Saturday morning, Sept. 25, at the Benton County Fairgrounds.

Kynzlee is the daughter of Lyndsee Woods and granddaughter of Bobbie Woods, both of Gravette, and the great-granddaughter of Bob and Betty Woods of Maysville. She is four years old and in the pre-K program at Glenn Duffy Elementary School.

With this win, Kynzlee was simply adding to her other honors. Titles she already holds are Miss Newton County Queen, Newton County Rodeo Queen, Tiny Tot Elk Fest Queen, Grand Precious Gems of USA and Ultimate Grand Supreme (highest score in the pageant).

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Kynzlee Woods, of Gravette, poses for the judges during Miss Benton County Tiny Tot competition Saturday, Sept. 25. Kynzlee is the four-year-old daughter of Lyndsee Woods and granddaughter of Bobbie Woods of Gravette and great-granddaughter of Bob and Betty Woods of Maysville.
Submitted Photo Kynzlee Woods, of Gravette, poses for the judges during Miss Benton County Tiny Tot competition Saturday, Sept. 25. Kynzlee is the four-year-old daughter of Lyndsee Woods and granddaughter of Bobbie Woods of Gravette and great-granddaughter of Bob and Betty Woods of Maysville.

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