Summer Reign


2013 Johnson County 4-H and Agriculture Fair queen contestants. Mike Wolanin / Daily Journal

She is expected to taste the fruit pies and stroll through the cattle barn at the fairgrounds.

The Johnson County 4-H and Agricultural Fair queen gives out nearly every blue ribbon during the fair, cheers on derby drivers and has lunch with community members daily.

Months after the fair ends, she will go to events across the community.

Twenty girls are vying for the job that requires at least 12-hour days and poise. They want to become the face of the county.


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