Two teens to compete Clark County Fair Queen on Saturday

Teryna Ferrell, 18 of Global Impact STEM Academy, and Victoria Johnson, 17, of Northeastern High School are competing for Clark County Fair Queen. (Courtesy: Megan Williams/M&M Creative Images)

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Teryna Ferrell, 18 of Global Impact STEM Academy, and Victoria Johnson, 17, of Northeastern High School are competing for Clark County Fair Queen. (Courtesy: Megan Williams/M&M Creative Images)

Two Clark County teens will compete for the title of Clark County Fair Queen on Saturday morning.

Teryna Ferrell, 18 of Global Impact STEM Academy, and Victoria Johnson, 17, of Northeastern High School.

Ferrell is active in FFA, her school newspaper, Dissection Club and is a student ambassador. She also volunteers through the Clark County 4-H Horse Committee, Second Harvest Food Bank and the Human Society.

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After high school, Ferrel has plans to attend Berry College to pursue a degree in Animal Science with a minor in Chemistry. She hopes to someday become an Animal Geneticisit with a focus in Equine Genetics.

Johnson was the 2018 Pork Queen and is active in National Honor Society, Spanish club and is the Northeastern FFA secretary. She also volunteers through Second Harvest Food Bank, Pink Powder Puff and the South Vienna Corn Festival.

After high school, Johnson plans to attend The Ohio State University to pursue a degree in Veterinary Medicine. She hopes to someday give back to the animals, “that have given her so many opportunities.”

The retiring 2018 Clark County Fair Queen is Emma Hardacre.

Hardacre, 19, is a graduate of Global Impact STEM Academy. Hardacre was a 4-H camp counselor, the 2016 Dairy Princess and the 2014 New Carlisle Heritage of Flight Queen. She also volunteers through Support Our Troops, Blue Ribbon Abuse Awareness Month and 4 PAWS Ability.

Hardacre is currently attending Waynesburg University in Pennsylvania where she is pursing a degree in public relations.

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In her time as Fair Queen, Hardacre went on to compete for the title of 2019 Ohio Fairs’ Queen to which she placed 2nd among 79 other girls.

The 2019 Clark County Fair Queen competition will take place on Saturday, July 20 at 10:30 a.m.

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