The 2009 Hendricks County 4-H Fair Queen contest kicks off at 7:30 p.m. today in the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds and Conference Complex in Danville.
Kristin Anderson of Brownsburg — Kristin is 16 and a student at Brownsburg High School. She is the daughter of Richard Anderson and Sherrin McDaniel. She is a member of the Bulldog Clover Club. Her 4-H projects are photography and vet science.
Meagan Barrows of Danville — Meagan is 18 and will attend Purdue University in the fall. She is the daughter of Allison and Brian Barrows. She is a member of the Happy Farmers. Her 4-H project is dairy.
Megan Cloncs of North Salem — Megan is 18 and will attend Ivy Tech. She is the daughter of Tracy Mitchell and Roger Cloncs. Cloncs is sponsored by HTS Therapy and Ron Taylor Excavating. She is a member of the Country Clovers. Her 4-H projects are cattle and swine.
Erin Cockrum of Avon — Erin is 18 and will attend DePauw University in the fall. She is the daughter of Patrick and Nancy Cockrum. She is a member of Avon Extremes. Her 4-H projects are beef, swine, and photography.
Aubrey Cook of Lizton — Aubrey is 17 and a senior at Tri-West High School. She is the daughter of Mike and Denise Cook. She is a member of Lucky H’s. Her 4-H project is sewing.
Hannah Crist of Brownsburg — Hannah is 17 and a student at Brownsburg High School. She is the daughter of Barry and Kim Crist. She is a member of the Bulldog Clovers. Her 4-H projects are photography, food preparation, basic crafts, and fine arts.
Nikki Cullison of Danville — Nikki is 19 and will attend Purdue University this fall. She is the daughter of Steve and Rhonda Cullison. She is a member of Happy Farmers. Her 4-H projects this year are photography, consumer clothing, and gift wrapping. Previous projects were swine, horse and pony, and dairy steer.
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