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Posted on Thursday, July 5, 2018 at 8:35 pm

Centralia Fair royalty —From the front left: Annalee Hedberg, Brooke Schnarre and Garon Stowers. Back: Blair Schnarre and Olivia Cooley.

Centralia Fair royalty —From the front left: Annalee Hedberg, Brooke Schnarre and Garon Stowers. Back: Blair Schnarre and Olivia Cooley.

The afternoon of Tuesday, July, 3 at the Centralia Fairgrounds,  more than 100 people saw the coronation of the 2018 Centralia Fair royalty.

Annalee Hedberg won the title of Little Miss Centralia. Her hobbies include playing with her Barbies. “I also like to help on our little farm by feeding the cats, walking Ginia our dog, and getting the eggs. I love to see the animals at the fair. When I grow up I want to be a singer and dancer.

Garon Stowers won the title of Centralia Fair Little Mr. His hobbies are playing T-ball, fishing, swimming and working with his calf and watching the Centralia police officer with his dog. He said he wants to be a worker when he grows up.

Blair Schnarre, won the junior princess crown. Her hobbies are riding her horse, swimming, showing cattle and pigs. She said her favorite part of the Centralia Fair is showing livestock. When she grows up, she wants to be a horse trainer and instructor.

Olivia Cooley won the princess crown. Her hobbies and interests included playing volleyball at Chester Boren Middle School and dancing at Janet’s Dance Studio. She also enjoys making things such as necklaces and bracelets. “My favorite thing about the fair is when you get all excited before you’re about to go into the show ring. My plans are to attend high school and go to college to become a cosmetologist and hopefully one day open my own salon.”

Brooke Schnarre won the Centralia fair queen crown. Her hobbies and interests include showing cattle and pigs, trapshooting, FFA National Honor Society and cheerleading for football and basketball. She said her favorite part of the fair, “Is hanging out with family and friends.” After high school she plans to attend Moberly Area Community College for one year to complete her general education credits. Then attend Oklahoma State University, majoring in agricultural education and minoring in animal science.