2016 Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Queen
Julian Rene Devillier

2016 Louisiana Fur King
Adley Leo Dyson

Julian Rene Devillier is the 21 year old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Sean Paul Devillier of Acadia parish. In high school, she Graduated Magna Cum Laude and was nominated Student of the Year as well as a member of the volleyball state championship team. She is currently attending the University of Louisiana at Lafayette double majoring in Business Management and Dance. Julian has been on the dean’s list every semester and has received the University Centennial Scholarship, Performance Award Scholarship, Performing Arts Scholarship, and Acadia Players Scholarship. Currently a member of Sigma Alpha Pi National Society of Leadership and Service, Chi Tau Epsilon Honor Sorority (2015 Member of the Year), and honored as University department major junior class representative. She has been a National Anthem Singer for special events and recorded “Amazing Grace” in French and English. Julian’s ambition is to graduate with honors in Business Management and open a Performing Arts School that involves dance, drama, and music incorporating grants for talented students. Her hobbies include creating projects with her sister Jadyn such as: organizing the first “Little Free Library” in Acadia Parish, and co-authoring “ABC is for Crowley” book. She also enjoys dancing, choreographing, reading, singing, playing piano, and anything family oriented. By the end of her reign, Julian plans to have attended over 25 events, proudly representing Cameron Parish’s La. Fur and Wildlife Festival and the resilient people that have overcome so much.
     On November 23, 1949, Adley Leo Dyson Sr. known to most as Leo was born in Port Arthur, Texas to Clarence and Ludie Dyson. He was one of 16 siblings. In 1971, he met and married Lydia Gorerish and through this union they raised four children: Adley Dyson Jr., Brandy Dyson, Maranda Brown and Clarence Dyson III and nine grandchildren. The union ended in 2003. In 2009, Leo married Judy Williams, she brought to their union three children; Courtney Williams, Junita Copeland, and Teasha Williams, 7 grand children and 1 great son. Leo has been a life long resident of Cameron Parish.
     Leo attended South Cameron High School and three months shy of his graduation, he had to drop out of high school to work fulltime to help his parents because his father had a heart attack and he had younger siblings that needed to be taken care of. Being an avid reader, Leo self taught himself many things from history (he is a history buff) to mechanics, the fishing industry, law primarily wildlife and fisheries and the Bible. Leo and his siblings were taught by some of the best fishermen in the industry. He has fished all over the gulf coast but fishing oysters only in Cameron Parish.
     In 2006, Leo was asked to join the oyster task force to represent Cameron Parish oyster fishermen due to his knowledge of the laws and the oyster industry. He has traveled to New Orleans for countless meetings to fight for the rights of local oyster fisherman. He is still an active member of the osyter task force. In 2013, he was successful with blocking limited entry in Calcasieu Lake. For the 2015-16 oyster season, he had to negotiate with other members to get the sack limit to seven because other only wated it to be 5 or possibly no season at all. He is presently working on getting East Cove opened for oystering and it has been closed to fishing for 5 years. 
     In 2015, Leo became a buyer for oysters instead of a fisherman. He operates Dyson Seafood in Cameron with Bay Fresh Oysters. Although his heart will always be on the oyster reef at this time he works full time at the dock. 

2016 Miss Cameron Parish
Baylie Michelle Duhon

Baylie Michelle Duhon is the 19 year old daughter of Kara Bonsall and Brady Duhon. She is a 2016 honor graduate of South Cameron High School and lists tailgating and seeing family and friends from years ago as her favorite fur festival event…it’s a typical family reunion for Baylie. Baylie’s hobbies include riding her waverunner, freshwater fishing, dancing, traveling, and spending quality time with family and friends, especially to watch LSU football. Baylie’s awards and honors include being Captain of the Tarpon Varsity Cheerleading squad, named as an All American NCA Cheerleader, and recipient of the Coaches Award as 2nd baseman for the Lady Tarpon Softball team. Baylie was also a member of the Senior Beta Club, FBLA, and Senior 4-H Club, where she served as the Service Learning Chairman. She was an honor roll student and the President of her Senior class at South Cameron High School. Baylie’s future plans include attending McNeese State University, majoring in nursing and also feels compelled to become an inspirational speaker.
2016 Little Miss and Mister Cameron Parish
Layken Fontenot and Wesley LeFleur

Layken is the 9 year old daughter of Donnie and Jennifer Fontenot of Grand Lake. She has brown eyes and brown hair, a twin brother, Landen and one younger sister, Palynn. Layken’s hobbies include deer hunting, crabbing and fishing with her family, hanging with her friends on the softball diamond, challenging her brother on the basketball court, and drawing. Her extracurricular activities include Little Dribblers Basketball, member of LA Ringers softball team, an honor student and recognized as Student of the Month at Grandlake High School. As Little Miss Cameron Parish, Lakeyn says she is honored to represent the hardest-working, fun-loving community that she is so lucky to be part of.
Wesley is the 7 year old son of Andrew and Samantha LaFleur of Hackberry. He has blue eyes and dirty blonde hair and four siblings, Casey, Karly, Bronson and Vivienne. Wesley’s hobbies include playing football and baseball, hunting & fishing and riding his four- wheeler. He is an honor student at Hackberry High School and plays football as an extracurricular activity. As Little Mr. Cameron Parish, Wesley says he feels he is the best representative of the young men of Louisiana culture and the southern way of life.
2016 Fur Festival Queens 
Baby Miss 
Queen: Aida Cormier 
1st Alt.: Aria Thomas 
2nd Alt.: Addisyn Miller 
2nd Alt.: Adalynn Jones 
Tiny Miss 
Queen: Sydnee Barnett 
1st Alt: Hadleigh Dugas 
2nd Alt.: Harmony Ware 
2nd Alt.: Adalyn Richard 
Toddler Miss 
Queen: Autumn Goodwin 
1st Alt.: Aubree Broussard 
2nd Alt.: Paityn Jones 
Petite Miss 
Queen: Tae’Lyn Thomas 
1st Alt.: Cayman Martinez 
Young Miss 
Queen: Alexandra Johnson 
1st Alt.: Addyson Dupont 
2nd Alt.: Mylee LeJeune 
Deb Miss 
Queen: Kallie Pitre 
1st Alt.: Emily Vincent 
2nd Alt.: Avery Duhon 
Teen Miss 
Queen: Audrey Bergstat 
1st Alt.: Morgan Shaw 
2nd Alt.: Jillian Elliott 
Jr. Miss 
Queen: Tylee Arabie 
1st Alt.: Marissa Dupont