Moffat County Fair royalty
Fair queens, attendents show enthusiasum, excitment for this year's fair
Hi, my name is Josie Timmer, and I am your 2015 Fair Queen. I am a freshman in high school, and I am 14 years old and have been in 4-H for seven years now.
The projects that I am involved in this year are steers, but in the past I have taken lambs, horses and baking.
Furthermore, I have multiple hobbies. I love to play basketball, volleyball and run track. I also like to hunt, draw wildlife along and read.
I think that being a Fair Queen is going to be a great experience and will be extremely fun and interesting.
I will be able to participate in almost all of the projects that people do in 4-H. Also, being a Fair Queen will teach me leadership and people skills, and I am very proud to be selected to represent the Moffat County Fair.
I am very excited for 2015 and can’t wait to see everyone at the 2015 Moffat County Fair!
Hi! My name is Payton Voloshin, and I am the 2015 Fair Queen Attendant. I am 13 years old and in the seventh grade.
I love to play basketball and ride my horse. I also like working with all of my 4-H animals and being on our ranch.
I have been in the 4-H program for eight years, including Cloverbuds. In the 4-H program I have done many projects, such as market beef, breeding beef, horses and market lambs.
I appreciate my mom and grandpa for helping me with my market beef and my market lambs.
My dad has taught me a lot about my horse and helped me improve my riding skills. I hope to continue 4-H for many more years!
Thank you, Alisa and JoAnne for your help and encouragement.
Hi, my name is Ashley Baysinger, and I am very happy to be your 2015 Fair Queen Attendant.
I am involved in two different sports, I do cheer and gymnastics.
I know I wouldn’t be able to do the things I have done without my parents.
I have several hobbies aside from any sports I do.
A few things I like to do are sewing, 4-H market lamb and being outdoors.
Hi, my name is Tara Brumblow. I am your 2015 Fair Queen. I am 11 years old.
My hobbies are riding horses, reading and writing for fun. This is my seventh year in 4-H, including Cloverbuds.
The projects I have participated in during my 4-H years are scrapbooking, horseless horse and dogs.
This year I will be showing my first livestock project, a goat.
My family has chosen 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!
Craig Press Publisher Renee Campbell invites the community to join Coffee & a Newspaper, set for 7 a.m. Wednesday, June 5, at the east Kum & Go, 700 E. Victory Way.