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Richardson County Fair royalty crowned

(KLZA)-- The Royalty for the Richardson County Fair was crowned Wednesday evening during the Humboldt Fall Festival and the Humboldt Woman of the Year was honored.

Crowned as the Queen of the Fair by votes cast at Humboldt Chamber of Commerce member businesses was Auburn High School senior Emily Gerdes, the daughter of Jay and Brook Gerdes.

Named as the King for this year was longtime Humboldt businessman, current City Council member and veteran Humboldt Volunteer Fire Department member Larry Stauffer.

Recognized as the Humboldt Woman of the Year was Sandy Stalder who has been associated with the Humboldt Chamber for 55 years and spent 14 years as a member of the Humboldt – Table Rock – Steinauer School along with many other civic activities.

First Runner-up in the Queens race was HTRS Junior, Libby Standerford;  2nd Runner-up was HTRS Senio,r Brook Hain;  3rd Runner-up was HTRS Senior, Allison Vaughn  and the 4th Runner-up was HTRS Junior,  Gracie Shaffer.

The Richardson County Fair will be held in Humboldt on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

The theme for the fair this year is “The Roaring 20's.”

The Fair will feature parades at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and the D.C. Lynch Spectacular Shows carnival and games will be open all three days.

Free entertainment will be provided at 2:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. all three days of the Fair on the stage in the City Square Park. Thursday will feature singer, entertainer and impersonator Jeff Gordon doing rock & roll and country music from the 50's – 90's.

Friday Country Rewind will perform traditional country music from the 60's through the 90's. Saturday a diverse group called 2nd House will perform country, pop, rock and soul.

The Livestock Judging includes:

Poultry at 1:00 p.m. Friday and cattle and horses Saturday afternoon at 1.

At 6:30 p.m. Thursday the Southeast Nebraska Community Band will perform a concert followed by the presentation of the AK-SAR-BEN 100 Year Pioneer Farm Family Awards.

The Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull will begin at 4:00 p.m. Friday at the livestock pavilion.

Saturday events include a tractor and gas engine show on the lot west of the United Methodist Church.

All the free entertainment is sponsored by the Richardson County Agricultural Society and the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce.







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