By Tim Kowols
After winning their crowns last November, activities are beginning to hit full throttle for Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair Isabella Haen and Junior Fairest of the Fair Megan Salentine. The two have been making appearances across the area at local parades, road races, and other events as they promote the upcoming 100th Kewaunee County Fair. A herd person at Kinnard Farms, Haen says the fair’s landmark anniversary and this summer’s Farm Technology Days are an added bonus to wearing the crown this year.
For Salentine, a student at Luxemburg-Casco Middle School, it is an honor to promote agriculture in Kewaunee County.
Fairest of the Fair winners earn a scholarship while promoting agriculture and other Kewaunee County events during their reign before competing in the State Fairest of the Fairs competition.