Eaton, Milliken, Greeley girls crowned as Weld County Fair royalty
January 12, 2017
The 2017 Weld County Fair royalty court has been officially announced and crowned by Weld County Fair Board President Elijah Hatch.
Lindsey Leafgren, a junior at Eaton High School and the daughter of Brad and Denise Leafgren of Eaton, was named 2017 Weld County Fair Queen. Madison LaBorde, a junior at Roosevelt High School and daughter of Danielle LaBorde and Lann LaBorde of Milliken, was named 2017 Weld County Fair Attendant. The royalty court was rounded out with Rachel Dumm, an eighth-grader at Windsor Charter Academy and daughter of Richard and Martie Dumm of Greeley. She was named the 2017 Weld County Fair Princess, according to a Weld County Fair news release.
The court was crowned Jan. 9 and announced Thursday in the release.
All three girls 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 the Weld County Fair by making appearances and participating in a variety of events, parades and activities, the release stated.
For more information about the Weld County Fair and the royalty program, or to request an appearance, go to http://www.weldcountyfair.com or call Weld County Fair Coordinator Janet Konkel at (970) 400-2085.