A Schnepf Is O’Brien County Fair Queen Again
Date posted - July 27, 2016
Primghar, Iowa — It’s a family affair when it comes to the O’Brien County Fair for one O’Brien County family.
Krayton Schnepf was crowned Monday evening as the 2016 O’Brien County Fair Queen. But it’s certainly not the first time a Schnepf has received honors. Her older sister Paris Schnepf was not only crowned the O’Brien County Fair Queen, but she also was selected as the 2011 Iowa State Fair Queen. He sister Sterling was the 2012 Iowa Pork Princess.
Krayton Schnepf graduated from Gehlen Catholic this spring. She will represent O’Brien County at the Iowa State Fair, and will compete for the title of Iowa State Fair Queen. Krayton Schnepf plans to attend the University of South Dakota this fall.
Also crowned on Monday night at the fair were King Garret Wagner and Fair Princess Tristan Haag.
Photo Caption: Front row: King Garrett Wagner, Queen Krayton Schnepf, Princess Tristan Haag
Back Row: Haley Wagenaar, Claire Solsma, Savanna Sickelka, Alexa Sickelka, Lily Friedrichsen
Yet this week at the fair:
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27
1:00 pm – Rising Star Cooking — Open Class Craft Building
3:00 – 3:30 pm – Livestock Judging Registration
3:30 pm – Livestock Judging Contest
3:30 pm — Quilt Turning Program — Open Class Craft Bldg
5:00 pm — Share The Fun Entertainment and Evaluation and 4-H Style Show, Citizenship Club project awards
5 – 7:00 pm – O’Brien Co. Farm Bureau Watermelon Feed
7:30 pm – Auto Races sponsored by Primghar Jaycees
8:00 pm – All 4-H Livestock may be released
THURSDAY, JULY 28
8:30 am – Awards/Announcements and Livestock Sale
9 -12:00 – 4-H Non-livestock exhibits may be released. 4-H’ers & parents are EXPECTED & ASSIGNED places to help with cleanup.Lunch will be provided after cleanup.
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