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Servaes excited for Fairest reign to hit peak

The wait to walk the Kewaunee County Fair midway as the Junior Fairest was a lot longer for Morgan Servaes. After not being chosen to be the Junior Fairest of Fair in 2018, the Algoma High School student earned the title in 2019. She was able to attend a few events early in 2020 before the pandemic put her reign on hold. In the fall, the Kewaunee County Fairest of the Fair Committee elected to allow Servaes and Fairest of the Fair Kiley Pagel to continue their reign through 2021. Servaes has only recently received the chance to don the crown in public in recent weeks like last Sunday’s Kewaunee County Breakfast on the Farm. She is excited to finally oversee the fair as its Junior Fairest after a three-year wait.

Servaes will have a different but familiar Fairest walking the fairgrounds with her when the fair officially kicks off on July 8th. The 2019 Fairest of the Fair Paige Bellin will assume the role for 2021 after a great opportunity pulled Pagel away from the area for the summer.

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