The Unionville Community Fair Queen Contest is a great way to represent your community, build additional leadership skills, and make new friends. The Queen and her Alternate will both receive a scholarship, and the Unionville Community Fair Queen will represent fair at the State Fair Queen Pageant in Hershey, PA in January 2020.
Be a female who is a U.S. citizen and reside in the Unionville Chadds Ford School district. Must be enrolled as a full-time student or a graduate of UHS or any other accredited high school program within the UCFSD or by approval or invitation by the Fair Board.
Be at least age 16, but no older than 20, years of age as of June 1, 2019.
Have not been a former Local Fair Queen winner.
Not hold any other State title for any other commodity group or pageant during her reign.
Have her parent(s)’ or guardian(s)’ consent to enter the competition.
Be single, have never been married, have not been pregnant nor given birth to a child.
Act in accordance with the Unionville Fair Queen “Behavior Policy
Meet all time commitments, Queen obligations and “Dress Code” as set forth by the Unionville Community Fair Program.
In Addition, Each Contestant Will:
Submit a signed agreement form and application, along with a written essay (300 words or less) entitled, “What my Fair Means to My Community”
Present a three to five-minute speech on the topic “Why You Should Come to My Fair”. Props that enhance the speech are allowed. Overhead projectors and Power Point Presentations are not permitted. This is judged on content (to include agriculture) on the day of the contest.
Each contestant will be interviewed and asked questions regarding the Fair. This private interview with judges will occur prior to the contest.
Agree to participate in the 2019 Unionville community Fair, October 4-6. The fair queen will be required to participate in the January 2020 State Fair Queen Pageant, as well as participate in promotional activities throughout the year. The first runner-up succeeds the winner should she, for whatever reason, not fulfill her obligations.
Contestants will be judged on Poise, Appearance (must be attired in a dress), Neatness, and Ability to Communicate (in written essay, speech given during the contest and private interview with the judges).
Support the Unionville Community Fair Queen Pageant Program at the Applebees Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast.