Brown County Junior Fair King and Queen

Applications for the 2019 Brown County Junior Fair King and Queen are available. All applications must be filled out and submitted online via the link below. Applications are due by 4:30pm July 1 (or next business day if the deadline falls on a weekend). Applicants must also read and sign a copy of the yearly expectations and responsibilities. The applicant's junior fair club/chapter adviser and a parent/guardian must also sign this document. This signed form is due to the Extension Office by 4:30pm July 1. The form is available for download below or may be picked up at the Extension Office.

Please review all the information for the King and Queen contest before nominating candidates and submitting applications. The information with eligibility, application and interview process as it will be printed in the fair book will be available soon. Interviews will be conducted on August 11 at 3:00 p.m. at Georgetown High School and the contest will be held on September 23.

King & Queen Candidates must be members of a Junior Fair organization. Candidates must be 16 as of January 1st or a Junior in High School as of January 1st. 

Eligibility, Application and Interview Process (Fair book information-Coming Soon)
Link to the online application: www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019kq
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We strongly recommend that you print the survey first, compile your responses, then come back to this page and complete the application. Additionally, we recommend you type your answers in a Word Document and then copy paste them into the application. 

At the end of the survey, you should see 'Thank you for taking this survey'.  If this statement does not appear, please contact Liz Dunn at 937-213-2117, Bethany Shupert at 513-312-1551 or email browncojrfairroyalty@outlook.com.  

 


Brown County Junior Fair Industry Ambassador

Applications for the 2019 Brown County Junior Fair Industry Ambassadors are now being accepted. All applications must be filled out and submitted online via the link below. Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. July 1 (or next business day if the deadline falls on a weekend). Applicants must also read and sign a copy of the yearly expectations and responsibilities. The applicant's junior fair club/chapter adviser and a parent/guardian must also sign this document. This signed form is due to the Extension Office by 4:30 p.m. July 1. The form is available for download below or may be picked up at the Extension Office.

Please review all the information for the Industry Ambassadors program before nominating candidates and submitting applications. The information with eligibility, application and interview process as it will be printed in the fair book will be available soon. 

Interviews for Industry Ambassadors will be held on August 11, at Georgetown High School, at 3:00 p.m. Selections will be announced that evening at 6:30 p.m.

Industry Ambassadors must have three years in the respective project year (including the current year) and be at least 15 years old as of January 1st. 

Eligibility, Application and Interview Process (Fair book information-Coming Soon)
Link to the online application: www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019ind
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Industry Ambassador Qualifications & Requirements Certification Form

We strongly recommend that you print the survey first, compile your responses, then come back to this page and complete the application. Additionally, we recommend you type your answers in a Word Document and then copy paste them into the application. 

At the end of the survey, you should see 'Thank you for taking this survey'.  If this statement does not appear, please contact Liz Dunn at 937-213-2117, Bethany Shupert at 513-312-1551 or email browncojrfairroyalty@outlook.com.


Outstanding 4-Her

Candidates must be 16 years of age as of January 1st of the current year. Candidates will be interviewed by a panel of judges during the King and Queen interviews on August 11 at 3:00 p.m. All candidates must be nominated by a club or advisor. An individual may win this award only one time.

 This award will be given to the top two applicants, regardless of gender, as selected by the judges. Outstanding 4-H'er recipients will receive a $500 scholarship sponsored by the Brown County 4-H Committee. Scholarship money will be distributed after the recipients provide a copy of one semester's grades from their college/university and proof of enrollment for the following semester. 

Outstanding 4-Her Application- 2019


Chris Balz Award

Chris Balz Memorial Trophy - Charles Balz Family and Friends will present this trophy.  
 
Qualifications:
1. Active member of a Brown County 4-H club who has a saddle project.
2. Judged on willingness to help themselves and others.
3. Participation in 4-H activities.
4. Good sportsmanship.
5. Mainly, a good all-around 4-H member.
 
Chris Balz Nomination Form
 

Hubert Jodrey and Dean Jimison Memorial

Dairy project related

Jodrey/Jimison Memorial Application


Glenn Wallace Memorial

Applicants must submit an essay of 200 words or less on "What You Can Learn From A Swine Project". Applicants will be judged on the following criteria (the main emphasis will be on their swine involvement): involvement in school, community and other youth organizations, their willingness to help themselves and others, example of good sportsmanship, participation in 4-H and FFA activities, and their knowledge of the swine industry.
 
The applicant may present a scrapbook or record book during the interview. Interviews are held on August 11 at 3:00 p.m. during the King and Queen interviews .

Only 9th grade (as of January 1) and over exhibitors may be nominated for this award.  They must have carried a swine project for at least two years.  They must be an active member of good standing in a Brown County 4-H Club or FFA Chapter.  An applicant can only win this award once.
 

Glenn Wallace Memorial Nomination Form