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Weld County Fair Royalty

2019 Royalty CourtThe 2019 Weld County Fair Royalty Court was officially announced and crowned by Weld County Fair Board President Tracy Axton in January.

All three young ladies competed for their titles during the Royalty Contest, which included judging on public speaking, personal interviews and modeling. Through the end of the year, the Queen, Attendant and Princess will represent and promote Weld County Fair by making appearances and participating in a variety of events, parades and activities.

The Royalty court also hosts our "Royalty For A Day" program for youth 4-10 years old during the Weld County Fair. More information and application for the program is available under our Entries & Events section.

For more information about the Weld County Fair and the Royalty Program or to request an appearance, please visit contact Fair Coordinator Jenn Eastwood at 970-400-2069.

Application for our 2020 Royalty Contest to be held at the the 2019 Weld County Fair will be available in May 2019. Please check back then!

 

Queen, Camy Seelhoff
2019 Queen Camy Seelhoff

Hello everyone! My name is Camy Seelhoff and I’m excited to be serving as the 2019 Weld County Fair Queen! I am 17 years old and I am a Senior at Valley High School in Gilcrest. My favorite subjects are Band and English. I participate in numerous clubs at Valley High, including National Honor Society, FFA, Student Council, Band, Jazz Band, and I am on the Swim team. I am the daughter of Fred and Kelly Seelhoff and I have an older sister, Katie Seelhoff.

I have done many different projects throughout my years in 4-H, but the ones I am doing this year are Archery, Visual Arts, Model Rockets, and Restoration. My favorite project is Archery where I shoot in the compound limited category. I have been a member of the Wranglers 4-H club for the past 13 years, I am currently serving as the President. I have also participated in Youth Executive Council for the past five years, in which I am also currently serving as the president. Over the past three years I’ve had the honor of representing Weld County 4-H at District II, which we share with Boulder County and Larimer Count

Attendant, Shelby Tveten
Princess, Mayzie Helzer