The Franklin County Fair held its queen contest and ceremony Thursday night, June 6. Six contestants competed from local 4-H and FFA clubs. 2019 Franklin County Fair Queen Breanna Ewald, first runner-up Rachel Smith, second runner-up Madison Brinker, and Miss Congeniality Cassidy Keeven.
Video of the 2019 Washington Town and Country Fair Queen Contestants announcing their sponsors, and what they most look forward to at this years fair!
The Washington Town & Country Fair queen contestants were recognized during Wednesday evening’s ceremony for their advanced ticket sales. The group of 20 young ladies sold $150,330 worth of the Fair’s nearly $400,000 presale tickets.
Last year Olivia Jacquin showed the reserve champion steer at the Washington Town & Country Fair and promptly set her sights on winning the grand champion in 2018.
A 282-pound hog shown by Taylor Scheer, 9, New Haven, rose to the top of the 2018 Washington Town & County Fair Market Hog Show Thursday winning Grand Champion honors.
The Washington Town & Country Fair is off to a “fantastic” start and weather has a lot to do with it, says Chairman Brian Gildehaus.
Wearing a fitted pink dress with layers of tulle that she had worn to her high school prom a year earlier, Sydney Meyer was crowned queen of the 2018 Washington Town & Country Fair Wednesday evening, Aug. 1.
Joseph Hellebusch feeds his bucket calf named Nancy marsh mellows after winning open bucket calf in his class at the Washington Town & Country Fair.