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 2016
Hello Warren County! My name is Abigail Joy Lopez and I’m thrilled to be your Miss Warren County Fair 2016 on the Fair’s 59th anniversary! I’m honored to represent the warm, creative, industrious community of people that reside in this picturesque, rural county of Warren. Born during a snow storm in 1999 at Fair Oaks Hospital, and raised in charming Front Royal, VA, I’m the 17 year old daughter of Florentin and Bernadette Lopez. I’m an Honors Student at Warren County High School and will graduate in 2017. My interests include various sports, martial arts, writing, volunteerism, and most importantly, singing.Self taught on guitar and keyboard, I began singing for the first time when I entered and won the middle school talent competition in 6th grade. Sharing this musical gift has been important, not only because it has given me confidence and allowed me to meet incredible people, but I’ve learned it can benefit others. So I continue to volunteer for fundraisers, charitable organizations, civic groups, sporting events, weddings, memorials, school events, and at different county fairs. It has been a privilege to have served our own Warren County Fair for the past 5 years, and “bring joy to your life through music!”My career ambition is to obtain a degree in Criminal Justice and serve my community as a Law Enforcement Officer. This interest began when I attended the Warren County Sheriff’s Youth Camp at age 11. In preparation for this career, I’ve done several ride-alongs with our own Warren County Sheriff’s Department and have completed the Warren County Police Department’s, ” Refuse To Be A Victim” course. I am a second year member of the Law Enforcement Explorer’s Post 114 cadet program, one of two cadets promoted to the rank of Corporal and the first cadet who will be teaching other members.Lyme Disease Prevention and Education is my platform, since this serious and complex disease is prevalent in rural areas like ours and because I have been living it since I was born. My mother has been disabled from the bite of a tiny tick and it almost killed her. I have missed out on several years of school, many activities, and opportunities due to the crippling effects of Lyme Disease. Ticks, found world wide, can transmit a variety of infections and are so small, people don’t realize they’ve been bitten. Undiagnosed Lyme can debilitate and kill. We may look normal, but multiple organs in the body can be affected. I don’t wish anyone to suffer the devastating consequences of Lyme Disease! So my mission is awareness in order to prevent the physical suffering, the financial drain, and the casualties of this horrendous disease.I can’t tell you how overjoyed I am to represent the wonderful people of this county and the Warren County Fair Association! If you need me, please feel free to email me at AbigailJoyInquiries@yahoo.com and I will try to be of assistance to you. I would so appreciate your support as I represent you, the people of Warren County, at the Virginia Association of Fairs Scholarship competition in January. If you see me around, come say Hi! Thank you so very much for this honor.