Check back here next spring for updated information and deadlines. You can read through the 2021 information to get an idea of what to expect.
Areas of competition will include an individual interview, a personal introduction, a 30 second pre-written radio commercial, and an on stage interview consisting of two questions, a known question and in impromptu question.
The Fairest of the Fair and Jr Fairest of the Fair will receive a crown, banner, flowers, and prize bag. The Fairest of the Fair will also receive a scholarship and her entry fees paid for the State Fairest of the Fairs Competition.
The Fairest of the Fair and Jr. Fairest of the Fair Competition and Crowning will be held on May 27th, 2021 with the May Fair Board Meeting. We are still working out the logistics and how the competition will work with the current Covid19 restrictions. Check back here or on the Fairest of the Fair Facebook page for updates.
For more information on the areas of competition, contact information for the Fairest Coordinator, 2021 Fairest Obligations, and applications and release forms please see the links below.
Meet the Fairest Program Coordinator
Fairest of the Fair & Jr Fairest of the Fair
2013 Fairest of the Fair
Katie Reider (Chapman)
Tonya and husband David hail from the town of Endeavor. Together they have four children, Joshua, Travis, Tiffanie and Tori, and as a family they raise a few head of beef and have a small business selling show lambs. Tonya works for Gumz Farms as the head of Human Resources and is very passionate about the agriculture industry. Tonya also has a passion for community service and helping local youth. She has had a positive impact on past fairest of the fair winners, helping through out their rein to become better public speakers, to help prepare them for the State Fairest of the Fairs Competition, and to give them many tools to further their development in becoming strong professional women in agriculture.
2015 Fairest of the Fair
Past Fairest of the Fairs
2018 Fairest of the Fair
Hi my name is Halie Maier and I am beyond excited to announce that I will be serving as Marquette County’s 2021 Fairest of the Fair!
The fair has always been one the best highlights of my summer for many years! I enjoyed showing beef and swine and also entering projects of food and photography. I have many memories of working in the 4-H food stand and volunteering in many ways in Marquette County.
Currently, I attend UW-Platteville majoring in Animal Science and Agribusiness. At school I am a part of Sigma Alpha (a professional women’s agricultural sorority) where I serve as treasurer, as well as Rotaract (a campus community organization) where I also serve as treasurer. Another part of my campus involvement is serving as an Ag Ambassador for UW Platteville. During the school year I work at the UW Platteville Pioneer Dairy Farm. I have also recently started my summer internship at ABS Global as a Supply Chain Intern. I have current ambitions after college of pursuing a career as an Animal Health and Nutritionist.
I hope to continue to be a strong advocate for agriculture throughout the rest of my college career and after graduation. I am excited to have a fun filled summer of promoting the Marquette County Fair by attending events throughout the county and meeting many people!
Want to become the 2022 Fairest of the Fair or Jr Fairest of the Fair?
2017 Fairest of the Fair
2018 Jr Fairest of the Fair
2013 Jr Fairest of the Fair
Past Jr Fairest of the Fairs
2016 Jr Fairest of the Fair
2017 Jr Fairest of the Fair
Marquette County Fair
July 8-11th, 2021
2021 Marquette County Fairest of the Fair Halie Maier
2014 Jr Fairest of the Fair
2014 Fairest of the Fair
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