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Five to run for 2017 fair prince and princess

Published: July 13, 2017 12:00 AM
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The 2017 Carroll County Fair Royalty will be named at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 18, at the midway stage.

Candidate for the title of fair prince is:

Austin Lozier, 11, of Mechanicstown, son of Mike and Rona Lozier.

Lozier is a three-year 4-H member, fifth-grade band, is into tractor pulling and plays guitar.

He has been on merit roll for three grading periods, second place in young author's book, and two year 4-H honor member. He is safety officer for Augusta Ranchers. He worked on 4-H window display and entered Augusta parade float for 4-H and buyers dinner for 4-H.

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Lozier loves farming and anything to do with farming. He pulls Farmall tractors and his favorite to pull is a Farmall M. He is learning to weld. His hobbies are pulling, collecting Farmall toys and swimming. His favorite thing of all is going to auctions with his dad.

Candidate for the title of fair princess is:

Monica Lozier, 11, of Mechanicstown, daughter of Mike and Rona Lozier; Ariel Romeo, 10, of Bowerstone,of Roger and Allison Romeo; Angel Dawn Carpenter, 12, of Amsterdam, daughter of Leonard and Lisa Carpenter; and Lucy Pridemore, 13, of Carrollton, daughter of Steven and Kelli Pridemore.

Lozier plays piano and is a member of the sixth grade band. She is a three year 4-H member, attended volleyball and cheerleader camp and participated in pastor's breakfast.

She received a citizenship award at Augusta Elementary, two time honor roll, first place with young authors books, most AR points in outstanding market ex. She was a news reporter in 4-H.

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She also helped work on the Augusta parade float, buyers dinner and bake sales.

Lozier wants to be an auctioneer like her dad. She enjoys going with him to auctions and work the ring. She also helps her mom in the office during auctions. She is learning to drive a tractor and got to pull at Augusta.

Hobbies include art, especially drawing and painting, and cooking with favorite being desserts. She was chosen by her class for the good relationship award because she is a good friend.

Romeo stayed an extra year in Cloverbuds instead of doing her first year of 4-H to help her baby sister.

She has participated in trash pick up, swimming, drawing, crafts, singing and fair dance.

Carpenter is a member of Carroll County Kids 4-H Club and has been in 4-H for nine years, five years as a member and four as a Cloverbud. She is the current 2017 Carroll County Kids president.

She has shown chickens, turkeys, ducks, rabbits, and pigs. She enjoys art, fishing, hunting, being a storm spotter and 4-H. She has won nine first place, four second place, three third place, one fourth place, and one fifth place ribbon at the Carroll County Fair.

She is in charge of running the 4-H meetings and I help organize the fundraisers for the club.

Pridemore is a member of A-Z 4-H and participates in volleyball, basketball, Our Lady of Mercy Church, Bell Herron plays and musicals, Our Lady of Mercy Choir, Bible School Volunteer, and shooting sports camp.

She has gotten a superior rating in a music solo, excellence in Art at Bell Heron, and outstanding in physical education. She has been a pre-school Bible School helper, and food service at Our Lady of Mercy fish fry. She is an experienced babysitter.


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