At 2 p.m., on Sunday the Livingston County 4-H/FFA Fair started its first full day of activities with the Queen Conroatioon in the Expo Center.

At 2 p.m., on Sunday the Livingston County 4-H/FFA Fair started its first full day of activities with the Queen Conroatioon in the Expo Center.

Aubrey Young of the Wheeling Happy Harvesters (pictured) was named Clover Princess; 1st runner-up was Ali Probasco of the Dawn Sunrise Hustlers and the 2nd runner-up was Dawson Baxter of the Rich Hill Junior Workers.

JR Princess was Bridgett Eller (pictured) of the Springhill Go-Getters; 1st runner-up was Hadley Beemer of the Double H 4-H Club; 2nd runner- up was Jaiden Rodenberg of the Wheeling Happy Harvesters.

Princess was Olivia Anderson of the Liberty 4-H Club (pictured); 1st runner-up was Gabryelle Hapes of the Springhill Go-Getters and the 2nd runner-up was Julia Stimpson of the Liberty 4-H Club.

Queen is Madelyn Wilford of the Show-Me 4-H Club (pictured); 1st runner-up is Jordan Hopper of the Chillicothe FFA and 2nd runner-up is Kaylee Peel of the Show-Me 4H Club.