Fair Photos from Sunday, July 6: Royalty is crowned

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Royal court is crowned

The 2008 Madison County Junior Fair Royal Court was selected after an on-stage interview process on July 6. The winners are: (from left) king runner-up Victor D. Stephenson, King Levi T. Johnson, Queen Lauren Thobe, queen runner-up Elyzabeth G. Johnson, and Princess Allison Fogelsong. This is the first time in 10 years that the fair has crowned a Junior Fair king.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Equine ambassador

Tori Borden was crowned the Madison County

Junior Fair equine ambassador. Borden has

been secretary of Barn Bratz 4H Club for two

years, a Junior Fair board member for two years,

and a 4H camp counselor for two years. The

18-year-old graduated from London High School

with honors and will attend Wittenberg University

in the fall.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Rabbit ambassador

Desiree Michelle Holton was named the Madison

County Junior Fair rabbit ambassador. Holton has

been in the Jumpers and Flyers 4H Club for seven

years and serves as the club’s vice president. The

14-year-old is a sophomore at London High School.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Small animal ambassador

Tracy E. Sweigart,18, is the Madison County Junior

Fair small animal ambassador. Tracy has been

involved in the Jumpers and Flyers 4H Club for six

years and will attend Capital University in the fall.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Goat ambassador

Madison-Plains senior Megan Lohstroh was crowned

the 2008 Madison County Junior Fair goat ambassador.

Lohstroh has been a member of the Mud Run Hustlers

4-H Club for 10 years.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Poultry ambassadors

Christine Eades (right), Madison County Junior Fair

poultry ambassador for 2007, escorts her successor,

Newt Long, down the runway. Long, a London High

School senior, has been in FFA for four years.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Dog ambassador

Jessica Richards was crowned the Madison County

Junior Fair dog ambassador. Richards is a student

at Tolles Career and Technical Center. She is 16

and has been a member of the Jumpers and Flyers

4-H Club for 10 years.

Messenger photo by Pat Donahue

Lamb and Wool queen

West Jefferson High School graduate Amber Riebel

was crowned the 2008 Madison County Lamb and

Wool Queen. Riebel has been a member of the

Kountry Kids 4-H Club for about 11 years.

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