The Richland County Fair will have three fair young ladies in tiaras helping promote the fair this year, in parades, at events and at the Fair itself.
They are Fairest of the Fair Keely Liska, Future Fairest of the Fair Tayler Nelson and Junior Fairest Alison Stolzman.
Fairest of the Fair Keely Liska, daughter of Arnie and Deb Liska, is completing her junior year at RCHS. She is very active in jazz band, swing choir, key club, yearbook, forensics, musicals, plays and soccer. Keely is very active in 4-H and loves to direct music at her church and play the saxophone. She is looking forward to her senior year and is excited to be the representative for the Richland County Fair as their Fairest. Keely is the first Richland County young lady to have held all three titles: Junior, Future and now Fairest.
Future Fairest of the Fair Tayler Nelson, daughter of Holly Nelson, is a junior at RCHS. She is very active in art and ping pong club, yearbook, band, choir, forensics and being involved with SADD. She loves spending time with her family and friends. Tayler is very excited and looking forward to promoting the Richland County Fair and all the wonderful experiences that will come with her title as Richland County Future Fairest.
Junior Fairest Alison Stolzman, daughter of John and Michele Stolzman of Richland Center, is in the seventh grade at Richland Middle School and is a member of the Brush Creek Knowledge Seekers 4-H Club. She enjoys band, choir, working with her rabbits and cows, and enjoys spending time with family and friends. Alison is looking forward to representing the Richland County Fair as their Junior Fairest.