Danielle Navis is new Fairest of the Fair


Left to right: 2013 Sheboygan County’s Fairest of the Fair, Jenny Kuffel; Wisconsin’s Fairest of the Fair, Kaitlyn Riley; Danielle Navis, Sheboygan County’s 2014 Fairest of the Fair. Left to right: 2013 Sheboygan County’s Fairest of the Fair, Jenny Kuffel; Wisconsin’s Fairest of the Fair, Kaitlyn Riley; Danielle Navis, Sheboygan County’s 2014 Fairest of the Fair. Danielle Navis, daughter of Richard and Dawn Navis, of rural Cleveland, is the 2014 Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair. Navis along with four other candidates competed for the position during the annual Fairest of the Fair Gala, held Monday, June 30, 2014 at Laack’s Ballroom.

Navis is a graduate of Howard’s Grove High School and is currently attending Concordia University Wisconsin majoring in Biomedical Science with a minor in Chemistry. She is employed by D & R Dairy Farm, Immanuel UCC Church and the United States Pony Club. Her future goals include becoming a doctor, physician’s assistant or a clinical laboratory scientist and continue her work with the United States Pony Club.

“I feel blessed and honored that everyone wants me to represent one of the best traditions in our county, the Sheboygan County Fair ,” shared Navis, 2014 Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair.

“I am proud to be able to serve as Fairest and look forward to educating and sharing information with the public about one of my favorite events of the summer! I hope to bring people together through my leadership qualities so they can help me celebrate the hard-working efforts of our youth” adds Navis.

The selection panel evaluated the candidates on their application, an individual interview, group interview, an on-stage 30 second self-introduction and a 30 second radio advertisement- impromptu question. Jenny Kuffel, 2013 Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair, Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs, Kaitlyn Riley and Heather Leibham also presented a professional development workshop during the interview day sponsored by Acuity.

As the 2014 Fairest of the Fair, Navis received the newly developed Barbara A. Siegert Memorial Scholarship of $1,500, the Gene and Kathleen Kaestner Family Scholarship of $500 and LDS Dairy Systems $250 scholarship. Her scholarship winnings and gifts totalled over $2,250. Shannon McCabe, daughter of Tom and Katie McCabe and Debbie Oberreich received 1st runner-up honors along with a $200 scholarship from Bill and Pauline Jens Family. McCabe is a graduate of Sheboygan North High School and Lakeshore Technical College and is currently attending UW-Fond du Lac for pre-vet. 2nd runnerup honors and a $100 Mike Burkart Ford scholarship were presented to Vanessa VanderWeele, daughter of Jay and Cindy VanderWeele. VanderWeele is a graduate of Oostburg High School and is currently attending Lakeland College majoring in History with a minor in Spanish and Non-Profit Management.

As the Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair, Navis will attend as many county-wide events throughout the year as possible, welcoming families to the Fair while teaching them about the Fair’s benefits to the community, agriculture and youth. She serves as an ambassador for Sheboygan County and strives to increase awareness of the Fair through media outlets in and outside of the county.

To schedule an appearance for the 2014 Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair please contact, Brenda Phipps, Fairest Schedule Coordinator at (920)838-2530.

The Fairest of the Fair serves as a spokesperson, ambassador and official hostess for the Sheboygan County Fair, promoting the enormous variety of opportunities - education, social and economic that are all available at the Fair. She strives to increase attendance at the Sheboygan County Fair, held Labor Day Weekend, while attending as many community events as possible.



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