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News : Missouri State Fair Queen Competition Results
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/11 9:34:21 (232 reads) News by the same author

The 2013 winner of the North Central Missouri Fair Queen contest received the top ranking in two of the categories of this year's Missouri State Fair Queen competition.
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Maria Washburn of King City was 1st in the evening gown and speech component of this year's state pageant. The winner of the Miss North Central Missouri Fair Queen pageant competes the following year in the state pageant.

The overall winner of this year's Missouri State Fair Queen contest is 19 year old Hanna Keene from Warrenton. She had the highest score among the 58 contestants. Miss Keene entered as Miss Warren County. She studies physical therapy at the University of Missouri at Columbia.

McKenna Wilmes of Lincoln County was the 1st runner-up

Kaitlyn Schumacher of Barry County was the 2nd runner-up

Kaitlin Flick, representing Mizzou Agronomy, was the 3rd runner-up

Shannon Yokley, representing Mizzou Collegiate Farm Bureau, was the 4th runner-up Miss Yokley was the top finisher in the interview category.

The winner of the talent competition was Justas Miles, who represented the Miss Railroad Days pageant at Moberly.

The overall winner of the State Fair Queen competition, Hanna Keene of Warrenton, will reign over the remaining events at this year's State Fair, and will be an ambassador for the State Fair and Missouri agriculture throughout the coming year. She receives a $1,500 scholarship to continue her education.

Scholarships to the 4 runners-up were $500, $250, $200, and $100.

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