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Your 2017 Fremont County Fair Royalty!
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2017 Queen - Becca Weber

2017 Queen - Becca Weber

Becca is the 20-year-old daughter of Ron and Becki Weber. She has competed in the fair since she was eight and has many fond memories surrounding the fair and its many events. She has attended Casper College since the fall of 2015 and will transfer to West Texas A&M this fall to finish her bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Education. Becca has been raised on her family ranch around commercial Hereford cattle. In this lifestyle, she soon developed a love for agriculture, rodeo and the people involved. Becca has come to understand the true importance of the future of agriculture, and the hard work involved. She is very excited to serve the Fremont County Fair and Rodeo as the 2017 queen. 
2017 Queen 1st Attendant - Jasmyne Bryant

2017 Queen 1st Attendant - Jasmyne Bryant

Jasmyne is the 20 year old daughter of Preston and Mandi Bryant. She is currently enrolled at Central Wyoming Community College, majoring in Equine Science, Equine Management, and Business Management. She plans on furthering her Equine Science degree and getting her bachelors as a physical therapist for horses. Growing up Jasmyne was part of 4-H, FFA, played basketball, swam, and ran track. While not being at school or working you can find her shooting guns or bows, hunting, fishing, boating, camping. Out of the years Jasmyne has rodeoed and been part of the NBHA, WHSRA and other rodeo series, she has learned life lessons and made memories that will last a lifetime.  
2017 Junior Queen - Bailey Baxter

2017 Junior Queen - Bailey Baxter

Bailey is the 16 year old daughter of Marilyn and Eric Baxter. She is a sophomore at Riverton High School where she enjoys learning and playing soccer. Bailey enjoys sports, hiking, camping, and hunting. She is a member of Central Wyoming Performance Horse Club where she and her horse, Aleyah, have won all-around high point for the past two years. Bailey is also an active member of her 4H club where she serves as the current secretary and participates in horse showing and judging. Bailey would like to thank her family and friends, her biggest supporters, and is looking forward to making memories with you at this year’s Fremont County Fair and Rodeo. 
2017 Junior Queen 1st Attendant - Maci Post

2017 Junior Queen 1st Attendant - Maci Post

Maci is the 15 year old daughter of Mat and Donna Post. Maci will be a junior at Riverton High School and is active in FFA where she serves as a chapter officer. She also participates in 4H. She shows pigs and lambs, as well as participating in photography, quilting, and cake decorating at the fair and she has served as Fremont County Royalty in past years. Maci will also be playing basketball and soccer for the Riverton Wolverines and is looking forward to continuing with roping throughout the summer. Maci is excited to be your 2017 Jr Queen 1st Attendant, representing Fremont County.  
2017 Princess Jazlynn Dickinson

2017 Princess Jazlynn Dickinson

Jazlynn is the 14 year old daughter of Chorissa Dickinson and will be a freshman at Riverton High School this fall. Jazlynn enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite things to do are ride and show her horses. During fair she shows dairy goats, pigs and horses. Jazlynn is an active member in many groups such as 4-H, she plans to attend college and become a civil engineer. Jazlynn looks forward to serving as your 2017 Fremont County Fair and Rodeo Princess. 
2017 Ambassador - Keegan Thacker

2017 Ambassador - Keegan Thacker

Keegan is the 14-year-old son of Darien and Dawn Marie Thacker and is from Shoshoni. Keegan is an active member of the Barn Bums 4H club and the Shoshoni FFA. He enjoys raising and showing his registered Hereford hogs, trail riding, showing horses and participating in gymkhanas and rodeos. Some of his school activities include track, basketball manager and junior high band, where he plays trumpet and low brass. The fair is the highlight to Keegan’s summer. He has participated in everything from photography, cooking and the static entries over the years, but some of his favorite things to do at fair include showing dogs, horses and hogs. He hopes you have a great experience at the fair! 
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