Pulaski County Fair

Ethan Shannon earned the title of ultimate showman on July 4. Shannon was one of several champion showman including Ethan Leman, Emma Nielsen, Elizabeth Button, Sydney Anderson, Tori Culp and Ryan Lynch.
Ethan Shannon had an unforgettable fair week.  His week started by being named one of two 4-H Royalty. He then earned reserve champion beef showman, champion crossbred beef heifer and reserve champion beef heifer the next day. Two days later he earned champion senior showman and then champion goat...
Ethan Shannon and Kirsten Calloway were named the  2019 4-H Royalty. The court includes Valerie Field, McKenzie Mitchell, Emily Field and Taylor Clark.
Pulaski County Fair and 4-H continued the tradition of thanking those who give their time and talents while also welcoming the new 4-H royalty on June 29, the first official day of fair.  At the achievement program, 4-H members were recognized for their years in 4-H and their leaders were honored...
Jillian Brumm was crowned the 2019 Miss Pulaski County Sunday evening. 2018 Miss Pulaski County Rachel Ploss congratulated her and the court of first runner-up Danni-Jo Rausch, second runner-up, Miss Congeniality and the People’s Choice Allison Keller and third runner-up Maddison Budka.
The four contestants of the Miss Pulaski County Queen Pageant were fan favorites but only one took the title of queen.  Jillian Brumm took the honor and was crowned queen with much applause from the audience Sunday evening. Brumm is the daughter of Bryce and Lori Brumm.  Brumm, 18, said she became...
Striving for the best came to fruition as Kassi Dahn was named the 2018 4-H Ultimate Livestock Showman. She was congratulated by judge Dr. Clint Shireman and fellow contestants Peyton Newman, Tori Culp, Emma Nielsen, Shania Howard and Ryan Lynch.
Last year, Kassi Dahn watched as the 4-H Ultimate Livestock Showman award was given to Regan Culp after the competition came down to one question.  The two earned the same amount of points and the tiebreaker came down to a question that each answered. Culp got the win, but Dahn earned a lot of...
2016 Miss Pulaski County Jessica Wagner and 2017 Miss Indiana State Fair Beccca Lax congratulated the 2017 Miss Pulaski County Queen winners who are third runner-up Addison Roudebush, first runner-up and Miss People’s Choice Rachel Ploss, second runner-up Sara Bailey and Miss Pulaski County and Miss Congeniality Maddie Ruff.
“That’s my sister” could be heard from the audience as 2017’s Miss Pulaski County was announced on Sunday night.  For most sisters that announcement could be a major embarrassment, but for Miss Pulaski County Maddie Ruff, it comes with being her.  Ruff, who was also crowned Miss Congeniality for...
Permission was granted to upgrade the restrooms near the horse arena in the Winamac Town Park during the June 1 meeting.
The Pulaski County Fair Board is continuing what it began last year in regards to becoming more ADA-compliant.  During a Winamac Parks and Recreation Board meeting on June 1, members of the Pulaski County Fair Board and Power From the Past approached the park board about finishing the upgrading of...
Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen Jessica Wagner was joined by her court after the judges had a difficult decision to make among the eight outstanding contestants. People’s Choice winner was Braylin Balough, while second runner-up was Tori Howard, first runner-up was Donna Zehner and Miss Congeniality was Maddie Ruff on Sunday, July 3.
A dream came true for Jessica Wagner as she was crowned the 2016 Miss Pulaski County Fair Queen on July 3.  Wagner, 20, has been dreaming about being named the fair queen since she was 8 years old.  “This is my third time competing and it’s like ‘finally my dream,’” Wagner said.  Wagner was second...
Two queens will rule the 2016 4-H fair as Peyton Newman and Regan Culp were named the 2016 Royalty. Andriana Smith, Rachel Ploss, Kassi Dahn and Jacob Conner will rule as the court.
See more Pulaski County Fair photos in the Pulaski County Journal, available in print and e-edition.

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