Eighteen women are vying to be the face of the Johnson County 4-H and Agricultural Fair.

Here is a look at the young women who want to wear the crown. Classes denote what school and year they will be at this fall.

Reilly Beaman, senior at Franklin Community High School, daughter of Jeff and Gretchen Beaman

Caitlin Booe, freshman at Purdue University, daughter of Scott and Becky Booe

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Amanda Bray, senior at Indian Creek High School, daughter of Danny and Rita Bray

Taylor Brinkman, sophomore at University of Southern Indiana, daughter of Jeff and Rhonda Brinkman

Katelyn Dearth, freshman at Franklin College, daughter of Mike and Traci Dearth

Allyssa Giddens, freshman at Franklin College, daughter of Patrick and Jennifer Giddens

Rowan Smith Hayden, freshman at Purdue University, daughter of Lorne Hayden and Lara Smith

Nikita Klotzsche, freshman at the Art Institute of Indianapolis, daughter of Brad and Cari Klotzsche

Kailee Lawson, senior at Whiteland Community High School, daughter of Joe Lawson and Jamie Suchotzky

Jessica McKinley, senior at Indian Creek High School, daughter of Douglas and Brenda McKinley

Katie Ott, freshman at Purdue University, daughter of Brad and Kristi Ott

Sydney Danielle Ponsler, freshman at Purdue University, daughter of Paul and Jennifer Ponsler

Cassie Smith, freshman at Purdue University, daughter of Scott and Nina Smith

Sable Tearman, sophomore at IUPUI, daughter of Chad and Janet Tearman

Hope Tiffany, senior at Center Grove High School, daughter of Bryon Johnson

Monika Wallen, senior at Indian Creek High School, daughter of Rob and Kelly Wallen

Megan Webb, freshman at Indiana State University, daughter of Troy and Sandy Webb

Anna Woods, senior at Franklin Community High School, daughter of Andrew and Dee Woods