Bellville Street Fair queens pageant information

BELLVILLE — The 2018 Bellville Street Fair queenwill be announced during a program Wednesday night in Bellville. The annual fair starts in earnest Thursday, with it continuing on Friday and Saturday. This is the 168th edition of the fair, which brings thousands to this community each year.

Here is information on each of the candidates.

Reagan Marshall

Reagan Marshall is a 17-year-old senior at Clear Fork High School. She is the daughter of Brandy Weyhmeller and Eric Marshall. Reagan is a four- year varsity cheerleader for both boys basketball and football, and is a captain as well. She also is a four-year varsity basketball player and plays softball. Reagan is involved in National Honors Society, Science Club, Yearbook and is a Senior Class Officer.  After graduation she plans to attend college and pursue career as a dental hygienist.

Victoria (Tori) Skoog

Victoria (Tori) Skoog is 17 years old and a senior at Clear Fork High School. Victoria is the daughter of Steve and Shelly Skoog. She is actively involved in Cheerleading (captain), Golf (three-year letterwinner), National Honor Society (service committee chair), Student Council, Science Club and Creative Publishing. She also plays on The North Bend Church of the Brethren softball team. After high school she plans to attend OSU-Mansfield to major in Education. This is her first year running for fair queen and she hopes all have a great week at the fair!

Valerie Golden

Valerie Golden is the daughter of Chuck and Judy Golden. Valerie is a senior at Clear Fork where she is active in the FFA, Student Council vice-president, Senior Class Representative and National Honor Society . Valerie plays varsity basketball and track.  Her hobbies include showing her dressage horse, training an event horse as well as supporting her fellow student/athletes at games. After high school, Valerie plans to earn a bachelor degree is business with a focus on equine studies and ride on a college equestrian team. Valerie would like to wish everyone welcome to the 168th Bellville Street Fair.

Amaya Copeland

Amaya Copeland is a Clear Fork senior who attends Knox County Career Center for cosmetology. She is the class president. Amaya is the daughter of Alicia Weikle and Leonard Copeland. Amaya is a second-year varsity cheerleader for basketball and football. She is a creative person who loves to complete art projects and plans to go to college to be an art teacher. She would love to be an art teacher and a cosmetelogist Amaya hopes everyone enjoys the fair fries and lemonade as much as she does. She is in the marching band and a student ambassador and wants thank people for coming to the Bellville Street Fair.

2018 Bellville Street Fair queen candidates, from the left, Amaya Copeland, Victoria Skoog, Reagan Marshall and Valerie Golden

Karlee Chapman.

The Bellville Fair Princess is Karlee Chapman.