Johnson County Queen Contest Sunday

Posted 7/12/22

Sunday July 17th 2022 6pm Building C

Johnson County Fair Queen Contest will be held Sunday at 6 pm in Building on the Jonson County Fairgrounds on Riverside Drive in Iowa City.

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Johnson County Queen Contest Sunday


Sunday, July 17, 2022 6 p.m. Building C

Johnson County Fair Queen Contest will be held Sunday at 6 pm in Building on the Jonson County Fairgrounds on Riverside Drive in Iowa City.

The queen candidates are:

Sydney: Hi Everyone!  This is Sydney Divoky and she is a part of the Graham Champions 4-H club, where she shows dairy cows and dairy goats!   Sydney is going to be a senior at Cedar Rapids Prairie High School.  She is so excited to be a candidate for Johnson Fair Queen and hopes that you all are having a wonderful summer.

Ella: This is Ella Isaacs, she is a member of the Ramblin Recks and Rosie’s 4-H club. During her time in 4-H she has actively shown sheep and static projects. She is currently a senior at Iowa city liberty high school. Her future plans entail going to kirkwood community college to major in pre veterinary medicine, then after kirkwood attend northwest Missouri state to study animal science pre-vet. Ella is very proud to represent not only her family but the county as well!

Elly:  Elly Holubar, daughter of Ron and Mary Holubar, is a member of the Graham Champions 4-H Club, Johnson County4-H Council, and is currently a two year representative of the State 4-H Council. Elly recently graduated from Solon High School this spring, and will be attending St. Ambrose University in the fall, where she will play basketball, participate in the choir, and major in Pre-Veterinary Science. Elly is very active in 4-H, and loves to try new things! She currently shows sheep, pigs, dairy, and rabbits at both the county and state fair level. Elly also loves creating static projects, and participates in Sewing and Needle Arts, Visual Arts, Food and Nutrition, Child Development, Home Improvement, and Horticulture. Her hobbies include reading, gardening, singing or playing the piano, and engaging in various clubs or extracurricular activities in and outside of school.

Bridget:  Introducing Bridget Fisher. She is the daughter of Mark and Renee Fisher. Bridget recently graduated from Mid-Prairie High School. In the fall, she will be attending Iowa State University to major in Agriculture and Life Sciences Education and minor in animal science. Bridget has been a part of Johnson County 4-H for 9 years. She is a member of the Sharon Center Sensations 4-H Club. Throughout her 4-H career, she has been involved in showing livestock and static exhibits. Bridget is excited to be a participant of this years county fair queen contest. Bridget hopes to see everyone at the Johnson County Fair Queen Contest on July 17th! 

Maddie:  Maddie Schuh is a member of the East Lucas Clovers 4-H Club. She participates in communication and self-determined projects at the fair, and is very excited to be a queen candidate this year! Maddie graduated from Iowa City High this past year, and will be attending St. Ambrose University this fall. She will be pursuing an undergraduate major that will prepare her for a graduate degree in library science. 

The Queen candidates are:  Madison Craig has had a wonderful year serving as the 2021 Johnson County Fair Queen. She has enjoyed representing Johnson County at the Iowa State Fair, fundraising events, community service projects, national and state 4-H events, and while visiting 4-H clubs across Johnson County. Madison is a member of MacBride's Pride 4-H club and participates in a variety of project areas including poultry, rabbits, bucket bottle calf, pets, sewing, clothing event, consumer management, food and nutrition, horticulture, STEM, health, home improvement, photography, communication, citizenship, and leadership. A few highlights for Madison this year include serving as the Iowa 4-H Foundation Youth Trustee, serving on State 4-H Council, attending National 4-H Conference in Washington D.C., and attending National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia. Madison just graduated from Solon High School and is looking forward to the next adventure at Central College studying biology for pre-medicine.

Ashley: Ashley Yedlik has been honored to serve as the 2021 Johnson County Fair Princess. She is the daughter of Joel and Mary Ellen Yedlik. Ashley was a member of the Ramblin’ Recks and Rosies 4-H club, youth council, and state council, and the Lone Tree FFA chapter and participated in a variety of project areas during her years including food and nutrition, child development, health, leadership, sewing and needle arts, clothing and fashion purchased and constructed, photography, gardening, communications events (educational presentations, working exhibit, extemporaneous speaking, share the fun), clothing event ($15 challenge, clothing selection, fashion revue), pet, and swine. Ashley graduated from Lone Tree Community School in 2021 and just completed her first year at Iowa State University where she is majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Studies with a Professional Studies option. Ashley hopes to pursue a career within 4-H and extension upon graduation. This year Ashley had the pleasure of continuing to represent Johnson County at the collegiate level while being involved in Collegiate 4-H as their programming officer and national representative who got to interact and communicate with collegiate 4-H clubs across the country. She also worked at the state extension office in Ames as their Global Citizenship Student Worker and is continuing this throughout the summer while also working at the Muscatine County Extension Office.