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4-H Queen, Princess candidates announced

Friday, July 2, 2010

The following young ladies are contestants for the 2010 Clay County 4-H Queen crown (front, from left) Cami Yocom, Annie Smiley, Kalee Mason, (back) Ashley Seymour, Taylor Mikles, Briana Maybaugh, 2009 Queen Hannah VanHorn, Ashley Clarke, Hannah Pond and Holli Moore. Courtesy Photo.
The following is a list of candidates for the 2010 Clay County 4-H Fair Queen and Princess Pageant, scheduled to take place at 7 p.m., Saturday, July 10, at the Clay County 4-H Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall:

Queen Contestants

Shelby Davis -- Age 17. Parents: Angela Thompson. Sponsor: Van Buren Hustlers 4-H Club

Allie Haddon -- Age 17. Parents: John and Terri Haddon. Sponsor: Premier Tax Service

Chelsea Joyner -- Age 19. Parents: Michael and Barbara Joyner. Sponsor: Laker Leaders 4-H Club

Annie Smiley -- Age 17. Parents: Tony and Linda Smiley. Sponsor: 1st Security Insurance (Tony Smiley agent)

Erika Enstrom -- Age 19. Parents: William and Nancy Enstrom. Sponsor: Laker Leaders 4-H Club

Ashley Clark -- Age 20. Parents: Rod and Elaine Clark. Sponsor: Advantage Construction

Taylor Mikles -- Age 18. Parents: David and Peggy Mikles. Sponsor: "Reel Worship" at First Christian Church

Ashley Seymour -- Age 17. Parents: Brad and Connie Seymour. Sponsor: Maple Hunter Decals

Kaylee Mason -- Age 16. Parents: Jeremy and Kelly Mason/Lori and Troy Fields. Sponsor: Clay Douglas, insurance agent

Briana Maybaugh -- Age 16. Parents: Darren Maybaugh and Delena Steward. Sponsor: Northview Choir and Danita Maybaugh

Annie Johnson -- Age 17. Parents: Jeff and Krista Johnson. Sponsor: Jeff and Krista Johnson

Holli Moore -- Age 18. Parents: Darla Moore. Sponsor: Burger Farms

Hannah Pond -- Age 19. Parents: Jim and Alison Pond. Sponsor: VH Rabbits

Cami Yocom -- Age 17. Parents: Jon and Carey Yocom. Sponsor: 4-Ever Achievers 4-H Club

Caroline Beyers -- Age 18. Parents: Pat and Lisa Beyers. Sponsor: Jackson Township Farmhands 4-H Club

Kara Clodfelter -- Age 16. Parents: Marty and Susan Clodfelter. Sponsor: Dairy Queen

The following young ladies are contestants for the 2010 Clay County 4-H Princess crown (front, from left) Mannah Mace, Emma Barnett, Gracie Geswein, Haley Morris, (back) Paige Stevenson, Briana Dierdorff, Katie Fischer, Jessica Krolik, 2009 Princess Darci Chambers, Andrea Schultz, Sarah Stallcop, Molly Powell and Emily Sands. Courtesy Photo.
Princess Contestants

Brianna Dierdorff -- Age 15. Parents: Leah Hood. Sponsor: Sycamore Engineering

Kayla Watson -- Age 14. Parents: Tracie Watson and David Watson.

Paige Stevenson -- Age 15. Parents: Alan and Betsy Stevenson. Sponsor: Van Buren Hustlers 4-H Club

Emily Sands -- Age 14. Parents: Shawn and Lea Cullison.

Andrea Schultz -- Age 15. Parents: Charles E. Schultz Jr. Sponsor: Charles E. Schultz Jr.

Katharine Fischer -- Age 15. Parents: Jessica Payne and John W. Fischer III. Sponsor: Paynes' Acres

Sarah Stallcop -- Age 15. Parents: Kevin and Donna Stallcop. Sponsor: Van Buren Hustlers 4-H Club

Alexandria Wolfe -- Age 14. Parents: Tony and Natalie Wolfe. Sponsor: Harrison Handy Happy Helpers 4-H Club

Jessica Krolik -- Age 15. Parents: Frank and Kathy Krolik. Sponsor: Richard D. Lyon

Emma Barnett -- Age 14. Parents: Tony and Donnice Barnett. Sponsor: Butts Prairie Acres

Gracellen Geswein -- Age 14. Parents: Jerry and Sarah Geswein. Sponsor: Geswein Farm Real Estate

Haley Morris -- Age 14. Parents: David and Lori Morris. Sponsor: Larry and Becky Loveall

Molly Powell -- Age 15. Parents: Pat and June Powell. Sponsor: Jackson Township Farmhands 4-H Club

Mannah Mace -- Age 13. Parents: John and Jane Mace. Sponsor: Harrison College (Terre Haute).

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What lovely young ladies they all are. I'm sure the judges will have a tough choice choosing just one. Best of luck to you all. Any of you as Queen or Princess will make Clay County proud.

-- Posted by Claycountian on Sun, Jul 4, 2010, at 6:20 PM

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