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2022 Fairest of the Fair

Haley Sternitzky

Haley Sternitzky

Hello, my name is Haley Sternitzky.

I was born and raised in Marshfield Wisconsin, and received a great education in the Marshfield school district. I graduated in 2021 from the Marshfield High School.

Throughout my school years I enjoyed playing tennis, playing trumpet, and dancing. In my sophomore year, I was able to go on a band trip to New York with some of my friends. Unfortunately, the activities in my last two years of high school were very restricted due to the pandemic. However, I have been able to take other vacations with my family including a Disney cruise, visiting Disney World, and a two week family trip out west as a graduation present.

Every summer I go up to my grandparents Lakehouse and spend two weeks with my aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins.

My faith is important to me, and I enjoy going to our church youth group and summer Bible camps. I currently attend UWSP-Marshfield and enjoy every moment of it.

I am a very friendly person and like being around others. I am hard-working, honest, and like to have fun in life.

It is an honor to be chosen as the 2022 Central Wisconsin State Fair - Fairest of the Fair

2021 and 2022 Fairest of the Fair

2021 and 2022 Fairest of the Fair

2021 and 2022 Fairest of the Fair

Left to Right:
Heidi Kundinger - 2021 Fairest Attendant
Brittany Bauer - 2021 Junior Fairest
Elizabeth Behlen - 2021 Fairest
Dale Christiansen - CWSF Executive Director
Haley Sternitzky - 2022 Fairest
Jessica Lindow - 2022 Junior Fairest
Kendall Bisek - 2022 Junior Fairest Attendant
Application forms will be available very soon, please check back.
Deadline: February 27, 2023

The Fairest of the Fair represents of the Central Wisconsin State Fair. During their year-long reign they promote the Fair and other Fairground events & activities through radio interviews, public appearances, during each day of the Central Wisconsin State Fair, and much more.

Applicants should demonstrate maturity, professionalism, strong public speaking ability, strong involvement in clubs/community activities, and a passion for the Fair industry. They must be a resident of Wood County or must have done a majority of their Fair or school activities in Wood County. This is an excellent opportunity for qualifying individuals to become more involved with the Fair and other community events, learn more about the Fair industry, and to expand their public relations resume.

Fairest of the Fair:ELIGIBILITY: Fairest of the Fair contestants should be 19 years of age or older by January 1st of the following year. Contestants must be a Wisconsin resident for at least one year prior to entry. Contestants must hold a valid driver’s license with a good driving record and have reliable transportation to events. Contestants must be a resident of Wood County or must have done a majority of their Fair or school activities in Wood County. Contestants should have no history of unethical or felony acts.

The Fairest of the Fair is awarded a $1,000 stipend which is given at the end of a successful reign. The Fairest is also given a $200.00 stipend for clothing at the beginning of her reign.



Fairest of the Fair Attended Events:

The following events are tentatively scheduled for the CWSF Fairest Royalty to attend. These events are subject to change.
  • Marshfield Mayor's Breakfast: TBA
  • Marshfield Dairyfest Parade: TBA
  • Marshfield FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast: TBA
  • Pittsville FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast: TBA
  • Wisconsin Rapids June Dairy & Berry Breakfast: TBA
  • Wisconsin Rapids Cranberry Blossom Festival: TBA
  • Auburndale FFA Dairy Breakfast: TBA
  • Pittsville 4th of July Parade: TBA
  • Central Wisconsin State Fair: Tuesday, August 23rd through Sunday, August 28th, 2022.
  • Central Bull Riders & Barrel Racers Nat'l Finals: September 23rd & 24th, 2022.

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The 2022 CWSF Fairest of the Fair will also attend and compete at the State level at the Wisconsin Association of Fairs (WAF) Convention in early January and will compete for the title of the "Wisconsin State Fairest of the Fairs". If qualified, the contestant will become a full-time Summer employee of the Public Relations Department of the Wisconsin State Fair, including becoming an official spokesperson for the Wisconsin State Fair. The term is for one year, beginning at the finals banquet of the WAF Annual Convention in January through the following year’s convention with the majority of duties during the reign occuring May 1 - October 1.
If you see an event not listed in the "Fairest of the Fair Attended Events" above and would like to see them attend or participate, please fill out a request form located below. Requests must be made at least 7-10 days or more prior to the Event for approval by the committee.

Event Request Form

CWSF Fairest of the Fair Royalty Event Request Form
Event Information:
Requested Event Dates:
Person submitting the request:
This request may take 7-10 business days or more to be approved. It is recommended that all requests be made at least 2 weeks prior to the actual event. By submitting a request, it does not guarantee that a CWSF Fairest will be able to attend.
I agree to the terms and conditions
 

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