Fairest of the Fair
The first annual Fairest of the Fair Gala for Kewaunee County was held on January 4, 2013 at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg. Local area food samples, refreshments, raffles, and a silent auction were all part of the festivities. The crowning of your 2013 Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair was the main event of the evening. Emily Lensmire of Ellisville , Melissa Heraly of Denmark, and Becky Seidl of Kewaunee, were the three young ladies competing for the title of 2013 Kewaunee County fairest of the Fair. After much deliberation, the judges chose Emily Lensmire for her confidence, speaking ability, and love of the fair. She is the daughter of Jim and Barb Lensmire . Ms. Lensmire is a graduate of Luxemburg-Casco High School. She is currently a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point majoring in Health Promotion/Wellness. The Boys and Girls Club is where Lensmire spends much of her time when she is not in classes. She participated in the Pilsen Skylighters 4-H Club for eleven years. At the Kewaunee County fair she has shown a variety of arts and crafts including candles, knitted scarves, jewelry, and woven baskets. Photography, cats, and foods were a few of her favorites too. Lensmire especially enjoyed making fudge, coffeecake, muffins and other baked goods. The Kewaunee County Fair was always an exciting time for Lensmire.
Junior Fairest of the Fair
The Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair Program is honored to announce that the 2013 Kewaunee County Jr. Fairest of the Fair is Danae L. Srnka. She was chosen to represent our county at the first annual Fairest Gala, at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds, in Luxemburg on January 4, 2013. Rachel Robinson of Lincoln, was selected as first runner-up. Danae is a daughter of proud parents Duane and Jackie. She is currently a seventh grader at Luxemburg-Casco Middle School. Miss Srnka is greatly excited for this year’s fair! Danae is a dedicated young leader in her 4-H clubs and projects. She enjoys showing leathercraft, photography, and her horses. The 96th annual Kewaunee County Fair will be held on July 18-21. Her experience doesn’t stop there! She will be in numerous events such as parades and the Breakfast on the Farm! Miss Srnka is thrilled to have the opportunity to meet many new people this year. Danae has agreed to take seriously many appearances throughout the county. If you would like Miss Danae Srnka to join your event, contact Lisa Cochart at (920)255-3637 or Jane Theys (920) 255-0271 for booking. Miss Srnka’s term will come to an end in January of 2014.