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Posted by Randy on 2014/7/14 4:07:21 (664 reads) News by the same author

Five ladies from the area will be competing for the title of 2014 North Central Missouri Fair Queen. The contest is July 27th. Coronation is July 29th.
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The candidates, alphabetically, are Shania Anderson of Trenton; Shelby Lowrey of Laredo; Kaitlin Tait of Maysville; Blaire Todd of Helena; and Emily Torrey of Humphreys.

Prior to the public presentations at the contest, each will be interviewed by judges.

On-stage presentations involve talent and evening gown competition. The contest is at
5 o'clock July 27th in the Hoover Theatre of the Grundy County Jewett Norris Library.

Each of the contestants will participate in the July 29th fair parade. Afterwards, the
coronation will be held in the courtyard of the fairgrounds at 7 o'clock.

The fair queen receives a scholarship and gifts plus the opportunity to represent
the North Central Missouri Fair at next year's Missouri State Fair Queen contest.

For that contest next month, N-C-M Fair queen Maria Washburn of King City competes.

Trenton high school graduates Shania Anderson and Shelby Lowrey attend North Central Missouri College in Trenton. Kaitlin Tait attends Maysville High School and she was named DeKalb County Fair Queen last year. Blaire Todd plans to attend the University of Missouri after she was graduated at Savannah High School—and she was the first runnerup in the contest for 2013 N-C-M Fair Queen. Emily Torrey attends

Grundy R-5 high school in Galt and plans to enroll at N-C-M-C. Each of the ladies are,or has been, active in F-F-A Chapters.

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