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Friday, July 19, 2019

Potter County Fair Queen Candidates

This year there are two young ladies vying for the title of Potter County Fair Queen.

Erika Goss is a 2019 graduate of Coudersport Junior-Senior High School. She was very active in the music department at high school participating in show choir, district and regional choir, select choir, band, pit band, marching band, jazz band, IU9 band and district band. Erika also participated in cross country, track, softball, golf, and basketball. She was a member of her school’s National Honor Society and Fastering Falcons. Erika is the 18 year old daughter of Alicia and Lester Goss of Coudersport. Her future plans are to attend Edinboro University to obtain a degree in graphic design and illustration. Erika says being the Potter County Fair Queen has always been her dream to be a fair queen, she wants to learn about our fair and inspire others.

Macy West is the 16 year old daughter of Diane and Scott West of Shinglehouse. She will be a junior this fall at Oswayo Valley High School. Macy has participated in volleyball, basketball, softball, and track, winning many awards in these sports. She has served has her class president, and a member of student council, band, chorus, NRG Club, Arts and Humanities Club, Varsity Club, Peer Helpers, and Mock Trial Team. Macy is a member of the Eleven Mile Livestock 4-H Club for eleven years. This year, she will be exhibiting a swine for the eighth year. Macy is currently serving as vice president of her club. Her future plans are to attend a four year college to obtain a degree in chemical engineering. Macy would like to be the Potter County Fair Queen because she would like to educate the younger generations about agriculture.

Sarah Cornish, the reigning Potter County Fair Queen, will crown her successor on Thursday, August 1, at 8 pm at the fairgrounds. The contestants will be busy all week at the fair helping in shows, selling fair buttons, greeting fair goers, smiling a lot and having fun. Come to the fair and meet the young ladies!

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