Haley Hollon and Treyton Kindel Crowned 2018 Cloud County Fair Queen and King

By Toby Nosker
KNCK News Director

The 2018 Cloud County Fair held its first night of events Tuesday, July 24th. The highlight of the evening was the annual 4-H Fashion Revue, including the crowning of the 2018 Cloud County Fair Royalty. Haley Hollon, daughter of Mike and Karen Leiszler, was crowned Cloud County Fair Queen, while Treyton Kindel, son of Quinn and Michelle Kindel, was named Cloud County Fair King.

Hollon is an eight year member of the Clyde Roadrunners and has held the offices of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Song Leader and Recreation Leader. Projects she has enjoyed are photography, foods, arts and crafts, and health and wellness. She has enjoyed Rock Springs 4-H Camp, 4-H Days with the Lady Wildcats and attending Club Days.

Haley will be a senior at Clifton-Clyde High School and is active in FCCLA, FFA, FBLA, CYO, Student Council and Cross Country. After graduation, she plans to attend Cloud County Community College for two years and then attend Fort Hays State University to major in Early Childhood Education.

Kindel is the President of the Hollis Hustlers 4-H Club and is also a 4-H Ambassador. Projects Treyton has been involved in are clothing buymanship, foods and nutrition, arts and crafts, woodworking, and leadership.

Treyton will be a senior at Concordia High School and plays football and golf. His future plans are to become an agronomist.

Other Cloud County Fair Queen candidates this year were Mackenzie Bartlett and Taryn Mosher.

Bartlett is the daughter of Amanda Morgan and Thomas Barlett. She has been a member of the Hill and Dale 4-H Club for the last five years. She's held the office of Vice President and is currently a 4-H Ambassador. Mackenzie will be a senior at Concordia High School and is involved in FFA, Track, Varsity Scholars Bowl and has competed in art shows. She plans to attend Kansas State University after graduation, majoring in Architectural Engineering. She also plans to enlist in the KSU ROTC Program, and plans to earn a welding certificate from Manhattan Area Technical College.

Mosher is the daughter of Lynn and Patty Mosher. She is in her 11th year as a member of the Hollis Hustlers 4-H Club and has held the offices of Historian and Reporter. This past June, she was a camp counselor at Pioneer Trails Camp at Rock Springs. Taryn will be a senior this fall at Concordia High School. She participates in band and Friends of Rachel. After graduation, she plans to attend Wichita State University, studying to become a nurse.