Moffat County Fair royalty welcomes patrons to 2014 fair
Senior Fair Queen: Kyann Kainz
Hello, my name is Kyann Kainz.
I’m the 2014 Moffat County Senior Fair Queen.
I have been in 4-H for three years. My first year, I took market steers. Last year, I took market steers and dog. This year, I am taking dog.
I love 4-H! It is a learning experience that I believe everybody should have.
I was inspired to do 4-H because I have a passion for animals. There are many more things to do in 4-H than showing animals though, for example: cake decorating, photography, sewing and almost anything you can imagine.
Fair time is the most fun though.
At fair, you get to see everyone’s projects that they have worked hard on. There are always a lot of activities going on too, like watermelon eating contest or bouncy houses.
I think 4-H is a great experience for people of all ages.
If you want to have any of these wonderful experiences that I have had, please come down to the fair where all of the other fair queens and I will be.
Senior Fair Queen Attendant: Marissa Butler
Hi! My name is Marissa Butler.
I am your 2014 Moffat County Fair Senior Queen Attendant. I am currently attending Moffat County High School where I am a junior.
This is my sixth year in the 4-H program. I have been involved in showing poultry, goats and dogs.
This year I will be showing my market goats. I want to thank everyone for their support, and I am looking forward to seeing you at the Moffat County Fair!!
Intermediate Fair Queen: Brenna Knez
My name is Brenna Knez. I am 13 years old and am your Intermediate Fair Queen.
I have participated in 4-H for four years. I have done many projects such as: dog, swine and horse.
Every year is more and more exciting, because the bond you have formed with your animals grows stronger than ever dreamed.
Not only can you do animal projects but also, rifle, archery, baking, cake decorating and much more.
I think fair is a way to bring people together, whether it’s meeting new people or seeing old friends. Fair is my favorite time of the year.
Come to the fair and check it out, I hope you will enjoy it as much as I always do!
Intermediate Fair Queen Attendant: Allison Villard
Hi! My name is Allison Villard.
I am so honored to be chosen as the 2014 Moffat County Fair Intermediate Queen Attendant.
I am 12 years old and this is my sixth year in 4-H, including Cloverbuds. My hobbies are riding horses and reading, and I love spending time with my family.
My projects are market lamb and horse.
I love being in 4-H and participating in the county fair.
I would like to thank the Moffat County Fair Board, the Fair Queen Committee and our Advisors Alisa Comstock and Joanne Roberson for all of their support.
Junior Fair Queen: Tara Brumblow
Hi, my name is Tara Brumblow, and I am your 2014 Junior Fair Queen.
I am 10 years old, and my hobbies are riding horses, reading and writing for fun.
This is my third year in 4-H in Moffat County.
I was in 4-H in Virginia Beach, Virgina, for three years as well.
The projects I have done in 4-H are scrapbooking and dogs.
I have lived in many different states due to my dad being in the United States Navy.
We chose Moffat County as a place to settle. I love the community here and look forward to promoting Moffat County and its people.
I would love to see you at the Moffat County Fair!
Junior Queen Attendant: Aftyn Kawcak
Hi! My name is Aftyn Kawcak.
I am 10 years old and in the third-grade.
I am your Junior Fair Queen Attendant for 2014.
This is my second year as fair royalty. This year I am showing market swine.
Good luck to all the Moffat County Fair participants.
I am excited for a great year and can’t wait to see you there!
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