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Gottsche, Simmons crowned

Monday, July 4, 2011

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Emilie Gottsche was named the 2011 Clay County 4-H Fair Queen at the 53rd Clay County Fair Pageant Saturday. The event took place at North Clay Middle School. Emilie, 19, is the daughter of Rick and Mary Gottsche. [Order this photo]
A new queen was crowned Saturday.

Emilie Gottsche was named the 2011 Clay County 4-H Fair Queen during the 53rd fair pageant, which took place at North Clay Middle School.

Emilie, 19, was one of nine girls competing for the crown. She is the daughter of Rick and Mary Gottsche and was sponsored by The Cottage by Missy Allen.

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Taylor Simmons was named the 2011 Clay County 4-H Fair Princess. Taylor, 15, is the daughter of Joey and April Simmons. [Order this photo]
The first runner-up was Megan Klotz. Megan, 19, is the daughter of Mike and Lisa Klotz. She was sponsored by Hartman Logging and Lumber.

Second runner-up was Holli Moore, 19, daughter of Rich and Darla Moore. She was sponsored by Burger Farms.

Hannah Pond was named Miss Congeniality. Hannah, 20, is the daughter of Jim and Alison Pond and was sponsored by Lovett Electronics.

Other candidates included Molly Powell, Brianna Dierdorff, Allie Haddon, Ashley Seymour and Jessica Krolik.

Taylor Simmons was also named the 2011 Clay County 4-H Fair Princess at the gala.

Taylor, 15, is the daughter of Joey and April Simmons and was sponsored by her parents.

Emma Barnett was named first runner-up and Miss Congeniality. Emma, 15, is the daughter of Tony and Donnice Barnett and was sponsored by Butt Seed Service.

Madison McDonald was named second runner-up. Madison, 13, is the daughter of Scott and Leslee McDonald and was sponsored by Jeff Minor Creative Concepts and Design.

Other competitors included Megan Mason, Dayton Price, Mia Watson, Gabrielle Brough, Jessica Bellville, Ashley Nichols, Logan Receveur and Ashley Salesman.


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Congratulations Hannah! You are a blessing wherever you go!

-- Posted by just thinking on Tue, Jul 5, 2011, at 7:55 AM


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