Evening event to crown 4-H fair royalty

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By The Staff

Competition begins at 6:30 p.m., includes review of 4-H'ers fashions

TELL CITY - Nine teens will vie this evening for the titles of 2008 Perry County 4-H Fair queen and king.

Mandy Plassmeyer, Lily Wargel, Alana Noland, Kayla Miller, Kelly Jo Hess, Sara Brown and Ashley Brown will compete for the queen's crown.

Jonathon Flamion and Leland Noland are vying for the title of 4-H king.

The competition begins at 6:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds. The public is invited.

Ashley Brown

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