ROCKSPRINGS — Sixteen-year-old Abigail Houser was crowned the 2012 Meigs County Fair Queen during the opening ceremony on Sunday evening.
Houser, of Middleport, if the daughter of Terri and Frank Houser. She is an 11 year member of Girl Scout Troop 1208, where she serves as president, and a student at Meigs High School. Activities include, State Fashion Board, County Fashion Board, Girl Scout State Fair Aid, Junior Fair Board, Meigs High School Student Council Member, Archery Team.
Sarah Lawrence was named first runner-up. Lawrence, of Racine, is the daughter of Howard and Elizabeth Lawrence. She is and eight year member of the Bleedin’ Green 4-H Club and a student at Southern High School. She is the treasurer/news reporter in her 4-H club. Her activities include, State Fashion Board, County Fashion Board, Camp Counselor, Junior Fair Board, Southern High School Student Council member, Southern High School Class reporter.
Livestock royalty crowned following the Junior Fair parade were Halley Sigman, Horse Princess; Bradley Long, Horse Prince; Tiffany Will, Poultry Princess; Elizabeth Teaford, Rabbit Princess; Rachel Kesterson, Dairy Princess; and Michael Kesterson, Beef Prince. Matthew Brown retained his title of Rabbit Prince.
On Monday morning, the Meigs County Fair’s little ambassadors, Little Miss and Little Mister Meigs County were crowned.
Bradon Sampson was named Little Mister Meigs County and Lorena Kennedy was named Little Miss Meigs County.
Little Mister first runner-up was Tucker Davis, and Brady Davis was second runner-up.
Little Miss first runner-up was Gracelyn Yost, and Alexa Ingels was second runner-up.