Policz Crowned 2017 Greene County Fair Queen

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Policz Crowned 2017 Greene County Fair Queen

Madison Kovach, Editor

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One of JM’s Seniors, Julie Policz, won Greene County Fair Queen 2017 during the Greene County Fair in August.

The 2017 Greene County Fair was held on August 5th through the 12th. Kicking off the fair was the Greene County 4-H Horse and Pony Round up and the 4-H Dog Show on Saturday, August 5th.

The Fair Queen contest was held Sunday, August 6.  The contest was open to the public and was held in the 4-H Livestock barn in the show ring at 6:00.

All contestants gave a speech about what the fair meant to them in front of judges and past/present Fair Queens: 2016 Greene County Fair Queen Lindsey Gilbert and 2017 Jacktown Fair Queen Courtney Ross.  Policz also answered a question about agriculture.  

Policz had a busy week from scooping ice cream at food stands, to handing out ribbons at the shows, donating her time in the Exhibitors hall, making appearances at the derby, tractor pulls, truck pulls, etc, and showing her own animals.

Policz also later won Grand Champion with her lamb, first in her steer showmanship class, and Reserve Champion in the Master Showman contest.