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July 14, 2008

Fair queen to be crowned Wednesday

DANVILLE — The Hendricks County 4-H Fair runs from July 19-26, but activities start with the crowning of the 4-H fair queen and the selection of the Little Mr. and Miss on July 16. The pageant will be in the air-conditioned auditorium of the Hendricks County Fairgrounds and Community Complex in Danville.

Other pre-fair activities include the 4-H Fashion Review at 7:30 p.m. July 17, also in the auditorium.

A full slate of contestants is vying for this year’s 4-H queen title. Indiana State Fair Queen Kristen Schmitt from Gibson County will be a special guest at the event.

Contestants in the queen contest include:

Megan Allen, 18, of Danville, is a freshman at Regency Beauty Academy. She is the daughter of Kelly and Randy Allen.

Allen is a member of the Country Clovers 4-H Club and has been involved in swine, sheep, gift wrapping, and cake decorating throughout her 4-H career.

She is also a member of FFA and the Hendricks County Pork Producers.

“I think that fair queen is an experience that all girls should try,” Allen said. “It would be awesome to represent kids my age and younger in the state.”

Meagan Barrows, 17, of Danville, is the daughter of Allison Barrows and Brian Barrows. She is a senior at Danville Community High School.

Barrows is a member of the Happy Farmers 4-H Club where she is active in beef, dairy, and scrapbooking.

Outside of 4-H she is involved in student council and Rotary.

“I want to be fair queen because I want to walk around the fair and be a role model for the kids in 4-H,” she said.

Kaneya Cline, 18, of Coatesville, is a graduate of Cascade High School who attends Ivy Tech. She is the daughter of Dawn Cline.

She is a member of Working Wonders 4-H Club where she participates in swine and gift wrapping.

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