Fair Royalty

Weld County Fair Royalty

2018 Fair RoyaltyThe 2018 Weld County Fair Royalty Court was officially announced and crowned by Weld County Fair Board President Aaron Helus on January 8th.

All three young ladies competed for their titles during the Royalty Contest, which included judging on public speaking, personal interviews and modeling. Through the end of the year, the Queen, Attendant and Princess will represent and promote Weld County Fair by making appearances and participating in a variety of events, parades and activities.

The Royalty court also hosts our "Royalty For A Day" program for youth 4-10 years old during the Weld County Fair. More information and application for the program is available under our Entries & Events section.

For more information about the Weld County Fair and the Royalty Program or to request an appearance, please visit contact Fair Coordinator Janet Konkel at 970-400-2085.

Application for our 2019 Royalty Contest to be held at the the 2018 Weld County Fair are now being accepted. THE DEADLINE FOR ROYALTY CONTEST APPLICATIONS HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JULY 6th, 2018.

Download Royalty Contest Packet and Application.

Queen, Madison LaBorde
Madison LaBorde

My name is Madison LaBorde and I am the 2018 Weld County Fair Queen. I am extremely happy to represent Weld County Fair.  I am a Junior at Roosevelt High School in Johnstown. My favorite subjects are Human Anatomy, Chemistry and Pre-calculus. I have many hobbies that I enjoy and they include traveling, reading, drawing and hanging out with my friends and family.  Some of the places I have traveled to are Haiti, Mexico (three times), Hawaii (twice) and many other states. In 2018, I will be traveling to Germany, Austria, and Switzerland with my high school.

I am the daughter of  Dani LaBorde of Milliken, and Lann & Dominica LaBorde of Milliken.   I have four younger siblings: Logan (brother), Codi (sister), Gabe (stepbrother), and a half sibling on the way! 

When I am not in school, I am usually busy with 4-H. I first became interested in 4-H when my aunt took me to a meeting.  Since that meeting I became involved in 4-H and have grown as a whole. I participate in many different levels of 4-H including my seven year membership in the Westward 4-H Club. I have also participated in the Youth Executive Council for four years holding offices including reporter, secretary, and vice president which has afforded me the opportunity to attend Leadership Development Conference and state conferences. Additionally I have represented Weld County 4-H as a senator for District 2 (Weld and Boulder County 4-H) for two years.

I have done many different projects which include cake decorating, scrapbooking, sewing and rabbits.  My favorite would be rabbits because of the time I have spent with them. The reward of getting to hold and love the rabbits is great. Visual Arts is also a favorite because I get to be creative and artistic.

I am very thankful that I have had the opportunity to participate in 4-H.  This opportunity has helped me to develop the leadership skills I have. I could not imagine a summer without the crazy week of the Weld County Fair. Thank you to all who supported and helped me to succeed as the 2017 Weld County Royalty Attendant. I now look forward to representing Weld County during it’s 100th Anniversary in 2018 as the Weld County Fair Queen. Good luck and have fun with your projects!


Attendant, Camy Seelhoff

Cami Seelhoff

Hi everyone! My name is Camy Seelhoff and I’m excited to be serving as the 2018 Weld County Fair Attendant! I am 16 years old and I attend Valley High School in Gilcrest. I participate in numerous clubs at Valley High, including National Honor Society, FFA, Link Crew, and I’m on the Swim team. My hobbies include playing flute and tenor sax, floriculture, drawing, archery, and traveling. I’m the daughter of Fred and Kelly Seelhoff and I have an older sister, Katie Seelhoff.

I’ve done many different projects throughout my years in 4-H. The ones that I’m taking this year are archery, visual arts, and model rockets. My favorite project is Archery where I shoot in the compound limited category. I always love going and competing at the Weld County Invitational and county shoot. My hope is to be able to make it back to state before I age out.  

I’ve been a member of the Wranglers 4-H club for the past 12 years. With the Wranglers    4-H club I’ve held the offices of Historian and Vice President, and currently I’m serving as the President. I’ve also participated in Youth Executive Council for the past four years. There, I’ve held the Secretary office and I’m currently serving as the Vice President. Over the past two years I’ve had the honor of representing Weld County 4-H at District Two, which we share with Boulder and Larimer County. All of my clubs and projects have each provided unique experiences that I am so grateful to have had.

I can’t wait for all of my new experiences that I’m going to have over 2018. Ever since I was a little girl in the cloverbud project, the fair was by far one of my favorite weeks of the year; so I’m just thrilled to have the opportunity to represent such a great fair. I love going to Island Grove and getting to see many friends that I only see at the fair. I can’t wait to see everyone throughout the year and want to wish you all good luck with all of your projects.



Princess, Molly Koslosky

Molly Koslosky

My name is Molly Kolosky and I am excited to be your 2018 Weld County Fair Princess. I moved to Colorado from Kansas when I was in fourth grade and I attend Eaton Middle School. I run for the cross-country team and love playing on the basketball team. I am a straight-A student, have exhibited at the regional science fair for the last two years, and I plan to go to college and study to become a trauma surgeon.

I enjoy traveling with my parents and brother. We have been to Mexico, but my favorite place outside of the U.S. so far, is Costa Rica. I finished a rim-to-rim-to-rim hike of the Grand Canyon with my brother and mom two years ago and I look forward to going back to hike this summer. My family enjoys camping and hiking in the mountains whenever possible.

When I’m not studying or traveling I ride horses in the Colorado Hunter Jumper Association and work on my 4-H projects. I have been in 4-H for eight years and have completed projects in horse, dog, photography, scrapbooking, cats, cake decorating, pigs, and cattle.  I am a member of the Country Boots and Skirts 4-H Club and served as the Treasurer in 2017. I am also the Vice President of the Weld County Horse Council. My favorite part of 4-H is learning new things, being with my friends at meetings, volunteering, and of course the Weld County Fair! See you at the 100th anniversary of the Weld County Fair!