Abigail Stuckwisch crowned Jackson County Fair Queen

BROWNSTOWN — Abigail “Abby” Stuckwisch was crowned the 2022 Jackson County Fair Queen on Sunday at the grandstand.

She was one of 13 contestants in this year’s pageant who did interviews with the three judges Sunday afternoon and modeled professional wear and formal wear in the evening.

Right to left – Valeria Ramirez, Addison Shelton, Abigail “Abby” Stuckwisch, and Alexus Morris

Her court consists of 1st Runner-up Alexus Morris, 2nd Runner-up Addison Shelton, and Miss Congeniality Valeria Ramierez

Valeria Ramirez, 18, of Seymour was announced as Miss Congeniality; Addison “Addie” Shelton, 18, of Freetown was named second runner-up; Alexus “Lexi” Morris, 18, of Seymour was first runner-up; and Stuckwisch was chosen the 65th fair queen.

Stuckwisch was sponsored by Brownstown Central FFA. The 2021 Brownstown Central High School graduate spent the past year serving as an Indiana FFA officer, filling the role of southern region vice president. She is a 10-year 4H member showing pigs.

Ramirez was sponsored by White River Machine and Repair. She graduated from Seymour High School in June.

Morris was excited to hear her name called as first runner-up. Her sponsor was Kum Join Us Extension Homemakers Club. She too graduated from Seymour High School in June.

Shelton graduated from Brown County High School in May. Her pageant sponsor was the All Seasons Garden Club.