Who is the fairest of them all?
Warren County’s pageant beauties of course!
Are You Ready To Strut Your Stuff?
The WCF has been hosting a beauty pageant for decades. Our queens participate in several parades, including the Apple Blossom & Front Royal Christmas parades.
The winner of the Miss Warren County Fair pageant also wins a college scholarship and goes on to compete at the Virginia Association of Fairs Convention pageant. If she wins there, she’ll go on to compete in the Miss Virginia Pageant.
So if you’re ready for fun, pretty dresses and friendships that will last a lifetime, download your application here:
- FOF Co Rules & Application 2017
- Tiny Miss Warren Co Rules & Application 2017
- Little Miss Warren Co Rules & Application 2017
- PreTeen Miss Warren Co Rules & Application 2017
- Junior Miss Warren Co Rules & Application 2017
- Miss Warren Co Rules & Application 2017
- Ms Mrs Warren Co Rules & Application 2017 and Counties
Miss Warren County Fair 2017
Hi, my name is Rachel Nicole Costello, and I am so honored to be your Miss Warren County Fair 2017 on the fair’s 60th anniversary! I was born and raised in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, the beautiful Front Royal, Virginia. I am the twenty-one year old daughter of Charles and Kathy Costello.
I love helping others and am good with children, which is why I’ve always known I wanted to be an elementary school teacher. I have already completed my associate’s degree from Lord Fairfax Community College. I am currently going to Old Dominion University online to complete my bachelor and master’s degree. On top of this I work full-time at Sheetz in Winchester, Virginia. It is hard work, but I know it will pay off in the long run when I better at least one student’s life.
I also spend a lot of time promoting my platform, The American Cancer Society. Cancer is one of the most prevalent and devastating diseases around. Right now. Over a million new cases are expected to be diagnosed this year. I’ve always known cancer runs in my family, but it really hit close to home when my aunt got diagnosed. She is the glue of my family, and it was so tough to watch her go through that. She had a lot of close calls, but thankfully she is now in remission. However, now my uncle is fighting that awful battle. Almost everyone you talk to knows someone who has been affected by cancer, which is why I believe it is so important to promote the American Cancer Society. They raise money for cancer research, spread awareness, and provide support for patients. I am currently part of the leadership team for the Front Royal/Warren County Relay for Life. I also started a Relay for Life team with my directors and sister queens named Crowns for a Cure. Through Crowns for a Cure, we have put on a bake sale at the Festival of Leaves and plan to do may more fundraisers throughout the year.
I am so happy that I get to represent the Warren County Fair! I will be competing at the Miss Virginia Association of Fairs Scholarship Pageant in January. I am practicing every everyday, so I make my community proud. During my year as reigning queen, I plan to work very hard to represent myself, our fair, and our community in the best possible light. Thank you all for this amazing opportunity, and I look forward to seeing you around.