CANTON – On Friday, July 17, before the rodeo in Canton, the McPherson County Fair Association welcomed four queen and two princess contestants to the pageant, with the new royalty crowned.

Katie Farney of Arlington, Kansas was crowned the new 2020 McPherson County Fair Association Rodeo Queen after getting pass the personal interview and the impromptu questions categories. Farney was also chosen by her fellow contestants and visiting royalty for the congeniality award.

Runner-up to the Queen was Candence Dickey of Munjor, Kansas. Dickey was the winner of the horsemanship category.

Kendall Hackerott of Canton, Kansas won the written test and ticket sales categories.

Karlyn Ryan of Canton, Kansas was crowned the 2020 McPherson County Fair Association Princess after she won the horsemanship, personal interview, impromptu questions and the ticket sales categories. Kinsey Harold of Marquette, Kansas won the written test category.

The 2020 McPherson County Fair Association Rodeo Queen and Princess will spend the next year traveling to rodeos, parades, and other appearances to promote the McPherson County Fair, the sport of rodeo, and McPherson County.

Outgoing 2019 MCFA Queen Emma Krase and 2019 Princess katy Prieb gave the new royalty their crowns, belt buckles and sashes.

Also helping with coronation ceremonies were visiting royalty:

  • Phillipsburg Rodeo Queen Danielle Forster.
  • Miss Oregon Trail Rodeo Queen Maceyn Howard.
  • Kansas Junior High School Rodeo Princess Cheyenne Johnson.
  • Newton Saddle Club Queen Maggie Matz.
  • Newton Saddle Club Princess Julienne Wald.
  • El-Kan Rodeo Queen Ellie Wiles.
  • And El-Kan Rodeo Little Miss Faith McMannis.

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