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King and Queen of the 2024 Pickaway County Fair Is?


Pickaway – It took about an hour for three judges to determine the King and Queens court at the Pickaway County fair on Sunday night.

Just before the royalty contest Pickaway County Fair had their opening event. That event you can watch below.

Nine candidates five ladies, and four men attempted to be crowned tonight Sylvia Mayhugh, Kylie McCain, Eva Merritt, Lilly Moyer, Ava Waters, Tyler Cook, Anam Havan, Derek Yarnell, and Kyle Yarnell. Aimed for four spots, Queen and Queens attendant, and King and Kings Attendant for the 2024 Fair. Winners spend the seasons traveling around Ohio representing the Pickaway County Fair.

Pickaway County Announces 2024 Royalty

Pickaway County is proud to announce the selection of its 2024 Royalty, showcasing the dedication and achievements of local youth involved in 4-H and other community activities.

King and Queen

King: Derek Yarnell, a 10-year member of the Patriotic Pioneers 4-H club, has served as both President and Secretary. Derek, the 17-year-old son of Angie and Robert Yarnell, is also a four-year member of the Junior Fair Board, contributing to the Jr. Fair Fun Event committee. A recent graduate of Teays Valley High School, Derek is set to attend the University of Cincinnati this fall to major in Civil Engineering.

Queen: Eva Merritt, the 17-year-old daughter of Jennifer and Luke Merritt of Commercial Point, is a nine-year member of 4-H, representing the Pickaway County 4-H Shooting Sports club. Eva has also served on the Junior Fair Board for four years. Recently graduating from Teays Valley High School, Eva will attend Ohio State University to study biochemistry, aiming for a medical degree.


First Attendant: Anam Havan, the 17-year-old son of Alicia Hall and Nick Evans of Commercial Point, has been a committed 4-H member for 10 years, currently representing the Monroe Clever Clovers 4-H club. Anam is serving his third year on the Pickaway County Junior Fair Board as co-chair of the Cloverbud committee. A recent graduate of Treca Digital Academy, Anam has accepted a full-time position with a welding company.

Queen Attendant: Emma Caudill, the 17-year-old daughter of Jonathan and Wendi Caudill of Ashville, has been an active 4-H member for 11 years with the Madison Livewires 4-H club. Emma is also involved in the Teays Valley Marching Band and serves as a 4-H camp counselor, with a passion for working with children. She is a recent graduate of Teays Valley High School and will be pursuing a degree in Early and Elementary Education at Ohio University this fall.

Pickaway County celebrates the accomplishments and future endeavors of these outstanding young individuals, recognizing their contributions to the community and their leadership within the 4-H program.