Jr. Fairboard

The Junior Fair Board is a governed body underneath the Senior Fair Board that is charged with administering the youth-oriented programs and events at the Ottawa County Fair. The Junior Fair Board consists of youth aged 13-18 (or 18+ and still enrolled in 4-H / FFA) who serve as officers and members, and adults are in charge of separate departments ranging from Livestock to Individual Project Areas (Woodworking, Aerospace, etc.)

 

They meet on the third Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Jr. Fairboard office at the Fairgrounds.

Please visit the Jr. Fairboard office to request an application to join the team!

2021-2022  Officer Team

President: Caitlynn  Noble

Vice President: Cassidy Brough

Secretary: Gracie Knecht

Social Media / Public Relations: Gracie Sprague

2021-2022  Chairpersons

2021-2022  Auxiliary

JFB In-Training

  • Cassidy Brough

  • Spencer Goldstein

  • Gracie Knecht

  • Seth Lenke

  • Taylor Lenke

  • Sydney Mahaney

  • Noah Mylander

  • Caitlynn Noble

  • Gracie Sprague

  • Austin Wolf

  • Madison Wolf

  • Corrina Brough

  • Jenna Damschroder

  • Payton Donnelly

  • Kennedy Donnelly

  • Tait Dusseau

  • Will Hartlaub

  • Cory Hartman

  • Madelyn Lenke

  • Kole Knecht

  • Lauren LaRue

  • Tucker Lenke

  • Baylee Malik

  • Josh Sander

  • Lyla Sprague

  • Broklynn Starkey

  • Amelia Tooman

  • Haylin Adkinson

  • Lilly Gahler

  • Addy Gahler

  • Griffin Gahler

  • Kendyll Hartlaub

  • Wade Kapp

  • Lane Kapp

  • Kase Knecht

  • Kaleigh Lenke

  • Cecelia Munoz

  • Veronica Munoz

  • Karmela Neiderhouse

  • Gabriela Neiderhouse

  • Rachael Soltis

  • Caleb Solis

  • Logan Wolf

Jr. Fairboard Advisors

Angie Rahm, Molly Avers

Junior Fair Organizations

 

The Junior Fair is made up of youth aged 9-18 who are members of the various youth organizations in the county.

Some of the youth organizations of the county have their members bring projects to the fair to be judged and to show off their prowess in different areas.

 

The Junior Fair serves as a method to educate other youth and the public on an organization's values and brings the county together in good sportsmanship.

 

The following are Ottawa County organizations that are involved in our fair:

  • 4-H

  • Future Farmers of America

  • Boy Scouts

  • Girl Scouts