SIDNEY — The 2021 Shelby County Junior Truthful king and queen will be topped Sunday, July 25, at the free of charge entertainment tent.
The contest commences at 5 p.m.
Competing for the queen’s crown are:
• Mariah Booher, 18, daughter of Scott Booher and Gayene Booher, of Sidney. She is 2021 graduate of Houston Large Faculty and was the class valedictorian. She ideas to show up at Ohio Condition University. She is a member of 4-H and has shown jobs in horses, clothing, arts, images and modeling.
• Madison Jeffries, 17, daughter of Randy and Amy Esser, of Anna. She will be a senior at Anna Superior Faculty in the fall. She has been a member of the McCartyville Producers 4-H Club for 10 a long time. She is at this time the treasurer of the Junior Reasonable Board. She is also a member of the Anna FFA and is its vice president.
• Leah Meyer, 16, daughter of Greg and Krista Meyer, of Anna. She will be a junior at Anna Substantial University. She has been a member of the Anna Livestock 4-H Club for 11 decades and Anna FFA for to decades. She has been on the Junior Fair Board for two decades and been given the Rookie of the Calendar year Award.
• Kaylie Kipp, 16, daughter of Jeremy and Kara Kipp, of Anna. She will be a senior at Anna Superior School. She is a member of the Anna FFA exactly where she will be the assistant vice president in the drop. She is also a member of the Anna Livestock 4-H Club, the place she is the health and basic safety officer. She has been a 4-H Camp counselor for 3 many years.
• Karli Hiler, 16, daughter of Mindy and Mike Hiler, of Sidney. She will be a junior at Christian Academy Faculties. She ha been in 4-H for 12 years and shows market place rabbits. She is vice president of the scholar council and was a HOBY representative.
• Jayden Lynn Yinger, 19, daughter of Jake and Breezy Yinger, of Jackson Center. She is a 021 graduate of Jackson Centre Superior University. She will be attending Edson Condition Community College. She is a member of 4-H and the Jackson Middle FFA. She was president of both of those companies
• Camryn Wilson, 18, daughter of Trintney Todd, of Anna. She is a 2021 graduate of Anna High Faculty and will be attending Ohio State College-Lima Campus. She is a member of Anna Livestock 4-H Club and Anna FFA. She was a counselor for Cloverbud Camp and Conservation Day Camp.
• Aubrey Hoying, 18, daughter of Greg and Amy Hoying, of Anna. She is a 2021 graduate of Anna Substantial College and will be attending ohio Condition College.She is a member of the McCartyville Producers 4-H Club, the place she is president, and Anna FFA, the place she is assistant secretary. She is a member of the Junior Fair Board in which she is secretary.
• Aubrey Baker, 17, daughter of Jack and Annette Baker, of Minster. She will be a senior at Fort Loramie Superior College. She is a member of the Fort Loramie Livestock 4-H Club. She is the secretary for Fort Loramie FFA. She is a member of the Junior Good Boars.
• Addison Brewer, 19, daughter of Ryan and Nykole Brewer, of New Bremen. She is a 2021 graduate of Anna Higher School. She will be attending Ohio Condition College-Lima Campus. She was in the Shamrock Stitchers 4-H Club from 2012-19 and is now a member of the Paw Prints 4-H Club, which she was president. She is a member of the Anna FFA in which she is assistant secretary.
Competing for the king’s crown are:
• Collin Walker, 18, son of Bruce and Connie Walker, of Houston. He is a 2021 graduate of Houston Higher Faculty, wherever he was class valedictorian, and will be attending Hobart Institute of Welding Know-how. He is a member of the Houston-UVCC FFA Chapter and Houston Livestock 4-H Club. He served as president of the FFA and Houston Livestock.
• Cody Selanders, 18, son of Jamie and Connie Selanders, of Houston. He is a 2021 graduate of Houston Superior College. He has enlisted in thee U.S. Navy and will be an aircraft mechanic. He is a member of the Houston Livestock 4-H Club, exactly where he served as vice president, and the Houston UVCC FFA Chapter, the place he was treasurer.
• Ben Bohman, 18, son of Steve and Jennifer Bohman. He will be a junior at Russia Substantial University. He is a 10-calendar year member of the Russia Livestock 4-H Club, the place he is the overall health and safety officer.He is also a member of the junior Honest Board.
• Samuel York, 18, son of Mike and Maria York, of Russia. He will be a junior at Russia Superior University. He is a 12-calendar year member of the Russia Livestock 4-H Club, the place he is the vice president. He demonstrates beef and enters woodworking projects at the honest.