Applications now being accepted for 2018 Clay County Fair Queen Contest
The search is underway for candidates to compete for the title of Clay County Fair Queen. The winner, to be crowned Sunday, April 8, will reign over this year’s Clay County Fair and will also compete for the State Fair Queen title.
Females between the ages of 16 and 21 by August 9, the first day of the 2018 Iowa State Fair, may apply. Candidates must never been married, cannot be a professional model, cannot represent any other organization, and must reside in Clay County or an adjoining county if the majority of her activities are in Clay County. Applicants must be a member of at least one service organization such as 4-H, Girl Scouts or a church group. (Eligibility is not limited to 4-H or FFA membership.)
Contestants may pick up an application from their school counselor or online at www.claycountyfair.com. The application must be submitted to the Clay County Fair Queen Contest, PO Box 527, Spencer, Iowa 51301 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before March 19. A committee will then select the finalists who will compete for the title on Sunday, April 8 at the Spencer Community Theatre.
Finalists will be notified by March 26 and will receive more information regarding the next phase of the competition. Candidates will be judged on personality, attitude, awareness, leadership and citizenship, contribution to the community, overall appearance, charm poise and her three-minute or less self-expression portion. All judges’ decisions will be final.
Please call the Clay County Fair (712-580-3000) or email email@example.com with any questions.
2017 Clay County Fair Queen Abby Galm and runner-up Megan Ahrendsen. Abby, the daughter of Paul and Brenda Galm is from Spencer. Megan, the daughter of Brian and Karla Ahrendsen, is from Sioux Rapids.