Sioux County queen, princess and little miss candidates

Sioux County queen, princess and little miss candidates

The 2018 Sioux County Youth Fair queen contest will be Sunday, July 8 at 5:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose building on the fairgrounds. A Sioux County fair queen and fair princess will be crowned as well as a Little Miss Sioux County.

Fair queen contestants

Cari Klein Cari Klein is the daughter of Darryl and Susan Klein of Hospers.  She is a member of the Floyd Venturers 4-H Club and County Council. Cari graduated from MOC-Floyd Valley High School and will be attending UNI in Cedar Falls with a major in Communication Sciences & Disorders with a minor in Spanish.

Kennady Hooyer Kennady Brooke Hooyer is the daughter of Brian and Heidi Hooyer. She was raised outside of Sioux Center on a small farm and has been involved in 4-H and fair since 2009. Since then, she has shown animals at the Sioux County, Clay County and Iowa State fairs. Throughout her years, she has been actively involved in 4-H, FFA, County Council, Key Club and her church’s youth group. This fall she is planning on attending the University of South Dakota to study Psychology and Journalism with hopes of becoming a Psychiatrist.

Alyssa Cam Alyssa is the 17-year-old daughter of Sarah and Touly Cam. She has been involved in the Western Go-Getters club seven years and is currently in County Council. She has enjoyed sewing, photography and showing rabbits through the years. Alyssa will be a senior in the fall at Sioux Center Community High School. Throughout her years in high school she has been involved in band, choir, color guard, cheerleading, dance team, golf and National Honor Society.

Fair princess candidates

Jacie Van Wyk Jacie Van Wyk will be a senior at Unity Christian High School in Orange City this fall. She lives south of Orange City with her parents Eric and Cheryl Van Wyk. She has been involved with 4-H and the Sioux Stockmen 4-H club since fourth grade. Participating in 4-H and the county fair has been a favorite activity for many years. She has competed in many aspects of the county fair including one year of bottle-bucket calves, three years of showing dairy cows, six years competing in the rabbit show, eight years of showing static, clothing event and communication events and in her fourth year of dog obedience. She has participated in the Iowa State Fair in photography, leadership, food and nutrition, self-determined, clothing event, and educational presentation. Outside of the fair, Jacie works at the Orange City Hospital in the kitchen as a cook’s assistant.  At school, she spends time working on the yearbook as an editor and is a part of the mentor program for new students and foreign exchange students. Her hobbies include reading, writing, listening to music and spending time with family and friends.

Trinity Vonk Trinity Vonk is the 17-year-old daughter of Scott and Stephanie Vonk. She will be a senior at Sioux Center Community High School in the fall.  Trinity is actively involved in the Western Go-Getters 4-H club, County Council, LOGOS youth group, Key Club, choir and the Ecowarriors Club. During fair week, Trinity is involved in static exhibits and helping around the fairgrounds with County Council.

Courtney Spaans Courtney Spaans is the 16-year-old daughter of Rachel Spaans. She is the vice-president of her 4-H club, Rolling River. She is a member of the Rock Valley FFA Chapter.  Courtney would like to become a veterinarian because of her love for animals and the need she has to help them. She shows rabbits and cows and absolutely loves doing it.  Courtney also loves spending time with her family and friends whenever she can. Most of her free time is spent working with her animals to get them ready for the fair.  Dogs and cows are her favorite animals and have been since she was very young.

Little Miss Sioux County Contestants

Josie Hall Daughter of Jacob and Amanda Hall of Sioux Center.

Ada Waddle Daughter of Bradley and Jen Waddle of Sioux Center.

Lucy Postma Daughter of Mike and Dani Postma of Ireton.

Naomi Schrock Daughter of Justin and Vicki Schrock of Orange City.

Arieanna Brummel Daughter of Doug and Missy Brummel of Orange City.

Raelin Kay DeJong Daughter of Travis and Farrah De Jong of Orange City.

Bailey Brummel Daughter of Doug and Missy Brummel of Orange City.

Madison Vande Kamp Daughter of Darin and Tina Vande Kamp of Rock Valley.

Shelby Mary Croatt Daughter of Josh and Ashley Croatt or Hospers.

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