Find out who are the 2016 Clark County Fair queen candidates

The following are the fair queen candidates for the 2016 Clark County Fair Queen Contest. The contest will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Champions Center Banquet Hall.

Elizabeth Delaney, 17, is a candidate for the 2016 Fair Queen Contest. Delaney is homeschooled and aspires to become a livestock judge and vocational agriculture teacher. She has participated in 4-H, showing beef, dairy, swine and goats. She has also been a member of the Junior Fair Board and a 4-H camp counselor.

Ciera Richardson, 20, is a candidate for the 2016 Clark County Fair Queen Contest. Richardson is a Northeastern High School graduate and is in her third year at Clark State Community College studying agricultural business. She has participated in 4-H and FFA, showing goats, turkeys, dairy feeders and horses. She has entered miscellaneous projects such as photography, welding, woodworking and archery. Richardson has also been a part of the Junior Fair Board.

Madison Wones, 18, is a candidate for the 2016 Clark County Fair Queen Contest. Wones is a 2016 graduate from Shawnee High School, and will begin her first year at the Ohio State University, pursuing a triple major in business administration, public policy and international affairs. She has participated in 4-H, showing dogs, ducks, horses, swine, turkeys and many miscellaneous projects. Wones is also a board superintendent on the Junior Fair Board.

Lea Kimley, 18, is a candidate for the 2016 Clark County Fair Queen Contest. Kimley is a 2016 graduate from Southeastern High School. In the fall Kimley will be attending the Ohio State University ATI, studying agricultural communications. She has participated in 4-H and FFA, showing swine and goats.

Jamie Gothard, 18, is a candidate for the 2016 Clark County Fair Queen Contest. Gothard is a graduate from Northeastern High School, and will be entering her second year at the Ohio State University where she studies agricultural systems and management. Gothard has participated in 4-H and FFA, showing goats and dairy feeders. She has also been a member of the Junior Fair Board and is a 4-H camp counselor.

Lindsay Fries, 18, is a candidate for the 2016 Clark County Fair Queen Contest. Fries is a 2016 graduate from Northwestern High School. In the fall Fries will be attending the University of Findlay pursuing a degree in pharmacy. Fries has participated in 4-H and FFA, showing swine and rabbits. She has also entered miscellaneous projects.

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