Erin Fair and EASAmbassador Program
Friday, October 8, 2021
Competition to commence at 5pm sharp!
- Contestants, male or female:
Senior: 17 years of age and over as of August 1, 2021
Junior: 13 to 16 years of age as of August 1, 2021
- Must be a resident of The Town of Erin and/or reside within 50 km of the Erin fair grounds.
- Winner of the Senior Competition will represent the Erin Agricultural Society at the August 2022 Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) Ambassador of the Fair Contest.
- Winner of the Junior Competition cannot run in the senior competition for at least one (1) year after his/her reign.
- Contestants will be judged on interview, speech, community knowledge and involvement, presentation, deportment, and personality.
- Winners and Runner-ups of both the Senior and Junior Competitions must be able to attend throughout the duration of the Fair and other scheduled events.
- Components of the competition include:
a. An interview of approximately 10 minutes in length for both Junior and Senior competitors.
- b. Submission of a “Me Board” at the time of interviews. A visual presentation of colour photos and minimal text to present the contestants accomplishments, hobbies and more! (36” X 48” Fold out board can be purchased at walmart, staples etc)
- c. A public impromptu question, which will be provided by the judges based on applicants resume.
d. Contestants (Junior and Senior) will be asked to give a speech about Agricultural practices or issues, rural life and related activities or the 2021 theme “From Pioneer Days to Modern Ways”.
Junior: approximately one to two minutes
Senior: approximately two to three minutes
- Entry date September 15th early bird entry, October 1st final deadline - email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Winner of the Senior Competition to receive a $1500 scholarship + $200 clothing allowance and 1st Runner-up to receive $750.
- Winner of the Junior Competition to receive a $500 scholarship and 1st Runner-up to receive $250.
For more information, please contact: Racheal Seifried (519) 362-2078. Changes may be made without notice at the discretion of the Committee and all decisions made by the committee are final.
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