Landy named 2022 Falls County Fair Queen
The Second Annual Falls County Queen Contest was held on Aug. 27 at the Falls County Fairgrounds.
Congratulations to Cheyenne Landy from Rocky Hill 4-H for being crowned the 2022 FCYF Queen. She won a $1,500 scholarship, Queen buckle, and was High Ticket seller buckle.
Hallie Stojanik was First Runner Up. She won a $1,200 scholarship.
Addison Yezak was Second Runner Up. She won a $1,000 Scholarship, and High Sponsorship Seller Buckle.
Addison Wilde, Brooke Skala, and Phoenix Steele each won a $575 scholarship.
The contestants were:
Cheyenne Landy is the daughter of Robert and Darla Landy and Melissa Stewart. Cheyenne is senior at Chilton High School. She was representing Rocky Hill 4-H.
Brooke Skala is the daughter of Jared and Kayla Skala. Brooke is a freshman at Rosebud-Lott High School. She was representing Westphalia 4-H.
Phoenix Steel is the daughter of Leslie Thiele. Phoenix is a sophomore at Marlin High School and represented Marlin FFA.
Hallie Stojanik is the daughter of Dennis and Melinda Stojanik. She is a senior at Rogers High School. Hallie was representing Westphalia 4-H.
Addison Wilde is the daughter of Wesley and Callie Wilde. She is a freshman at Rosebud-Lott High school and was representing Westphalia 4-H.
The FCYF Queen Contest would like to thank all those who sponsored these girls:
MTJF Ranch, Mariposa Homes, Westphalia Tire & Battery, Aftermath Transportation, Diamond W Feed, Meridian Frozen Food Locker, Platinum Ranch Realty, Tusa Show Cattle, Cross 85 Show Goats, Fox Farrier Service, El Jefe Horseshoeing, Angela “Gigi” Harris, Nita Wuebker- Falls County Commissioner Pct#4, Ratibor Country Grill, Westphalia Market, Nutrien Ag Solutions, Ranly Cattle, and Skala Farms.
If anyone would like information about next years FCYF Queen Contest, they can call or text Jennifer Lopez at (254) 770-7027 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.