THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Fair Coronation To Take Place Aug. 22
Issue Date: August 22, 2019
The Marinette County Fair starts Thursday, Aug. 22 with Face to Face judging for the youth entries and the Coronation of the 4-H Royalty at 5:30 p.m.
Three candidates are running for the 2019 Marinette County 4-H Royalty contest. They are Alexandria Broderick, Sydney Dunkes and Sierra O'Mary. Helping with the coronation will be the 2018 Queen Lindsey Michalski.
Alexandria Broderick, 17, is the daughter of Tina and Jeremy Behling of Pound and will be a senior at Coleman High School. She is a member of the Forever Green 4-H Club and wants to be part of Royalty to meet new people and to advocate for 4-H. Royalty helps a person to be a better leader as it is a team who work together to get things accomplished.
Sydney Dunkes, 17, is the daughter of Jason and Lynn Dunkes of Niagara and will be a senior at Niagara High School. She is a member of the Badger Buds 4-H and wants to give back tot he community by showing people what 4-H is like and to promote Royalty. Sydney likes kids and this would be an amazing opportunity for them to see her as a role model.
Mary, 17, is the daughter of Jamie O'Mary, Sr. and Jeana Biernasz of Wausaukee She will be a senior at Wausaukee High School. She is a member of the Kountry Kids 4-H Club and wants to be part of Royalty to give other youth the same opportunities she has had. Sierra wants to help with new ideas on how to promote 4-H and have 4-H grow in the community,
The candidates were judged on poise, appearance, speaking ability, and one on one interview on Wednesday, July 31. The Royalty can be seen at the fair handing out ribbons and awards as well as helping to emcee 4-H events, participating in parades and helping to promote 4-H. Judges were Danielle Annala, Wally Hitt and Suzie Schlies.