Fairbank Island Days Friday activities pictured include the Li'l Island Prince, Princess and Queen Contest, the ages 5-6 girls' pedal pull, river golf, snow cones and riders trying to stay on the mechanical bull.

Fairbank Island Queen First Runner-Up Nolynn Silva and Island Queen Mary Bodensteiner, who had been named on Thursday, crowned the 2021 Li'l Island royalty on Friday at the Riverside Park Gazebo. They are Li'l Prince Silas Coffin, age 6, son of Matt and Brenda Coffin; Li'l Queen Caelyn Clarke, age 8, daughter of Lacie and Cole Clarke; and Li'l Princess Lauren Matthias, age 5, daughter of Lucas and Cortney Matthias.

The crowns are courtesy of the Fairbank Development Corp. Fairbank Days Committee, and flowers and sashes are courtesy of Fairbank Floral Images and Gifts.

Two six-year-old girls pedaled a stretch farther than 100 feet each to place in the pedal pull. Alivia Weepie of Fairbank took first among girls ages 5-6, going over 111 feet, and Macey Ralston of Waterloo, daughter of Ryan Ralston of Fairbank, took second, going over 109 feet.

On the mechanical bull, Gabe Chase, age 11, of Fairbank stayed on for 56 seconds, a record at the time, and McKenzie Dvorak of Tennessee, daughter of Josh Dvorak of Fairbank, stayed on 55 seconds. The day's record-holder at 57 seconds (shortly before 8 p.m.) rode right after Chase but got away.