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Clinton Queen 2017
 

Clinton Fall Festival Queen's Contest Rules

1. Age Limit: 15-25
2. Applcation online or by mail - deadline: September 1st, 2017
3. There will be NO entrance fee required.
4. There will be an orientation meeting before the interviews regarding wardrobe, rules and regualtions. talent check and answering      questions.
5. Applicant MUST either: live in Clinton or in the Clinton School District, or work in Clinton, or be graduate of Clinton Schools, or      attend Clinton Schools.
6. Requirements: Application, Pre-pageant interview, Opening dance number (not judged), Interview, Talent, Evening Gown, On Stage Question.
7. Winner WILL: represent Clinton for the remainder of the festival, appear in the Parade, perform in the Variety Show, represent the Clinton Fall Festival in various County events, and crown the next year’s Queen.
8. Winner will receive Queen’s Tiara, Queen’s sash, trophy, and a Clinton package (cash prize and other Clinton items).
9. The Queen Contest will take place 3:00-4:30 Saturday of Fall Festival weekend at the Bandshell.
 
You can download the application form here .

Clinton Queen 2017 Contestants:


Chloe Bender
Chloe Bender has grown up in Lenawee County her whole life and attended Lenawee Christian School since kindergarten. In the 3rd grade she was in the production of “Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat”, and since has had the passion for theater. Her favorite part of the Clinton Fall Festival is the environment that is created where friends and family from all over the county get together and celebrate each other through food, music, arts, and fun.



Vaulee Broussard
Vaulee Broussard is a 16 year old Senior at Tecumseh High School. She comes from a family of seven, with four siblings and two loving parents. Vaulee loves soccer, snowboarding, singing, and enjoying time with friends. Her future plans are to attend the U of Louisiana and then go on to dental school in Antigua in the Caribbean and become a successful dentist.




Haylee Green
Haylee Green will be attending Michigan State University in the Spring of 2018 and study to become a large animal veterinarian. She recently graduated from Morenci High School. Haylee is passionate about working with sheep, pigs, calves, etc. Some of her hobbies include barrel racing, gardening, fishing, almost everything outdoors. She loves Clinton Fall Festival’s High School Rodeo, and the small town welcoming atmosphere of Clinton.



Hanna Kane
Hanna Kane is an 18 year old graduate of Onsted High School. She is involved in 4-H and also helping people with special needs. Hanna strives to be a positive role model, with a good personality and attitude, and working as a team. She loves how the Clinton Fall Festival brings a lot of people together for a good time. Hanna would like to study to become a nurse or radiographer.



Emmaleigh McClelland
Emmaleigh McClelland is a 11th grader who has lived in Clinton since the age of three. She attends Clinton Baptist Church and goes to youth group there almost every Sunday evening. She has a job at the Clinton Library as a page and has worked there for almost two years. Emmaleigh is the oldest of ten siblings, soon to be eleven. She loves singing and has participated in Clinton High School’s Lady Reds for two years.

McKinzie Nicolai
Meet McKinzie Nicolai, Clinton's latest Queen applicant. McKinzie is a sophomore at Clinton High School active in student council, Lady Reds, and runs the Project 7 Bible Club. McKinzie sings, plays piano, and helps teach Sunday school. She plans to go to Texas Bible college to study music and then come home to attend U of M for nursing. Please come out Saturday the 23rd to see McKinzie and all the other queen contestants.