2012 Fair Royalty
Bios By Lorie Palmer, Idaho County Free Press
From the Idaho County Fair Premium Book
Queen Hannah Baker
“This experience has showed me how to be more responsible and has made me a better person,” said Idaho County Fair Queen Hannah Baker. “I wouldn’t trade any of the fun memories I have for anything.”
Baker, a junior at Grangeville High School, is the daughter of Brad and Bambi Baker of Grangeville and granddaughter of Zona Moore of White bird. She has three sisters, Chrystal Crawford, 28; Sarah Hagen, 26, and Calen Long, 24.
She is a member of the Fenn Livestock 4-H Club and is involved with Youth Legislature and student council. She participates in volleyball, track and dance team at GHS and has been dancing with Shirley’s Dance Studio for 14 years. Baker is also a lifeguard at the Grangeville City Pool.
“Royalty pushes you out of your shell and helps you really find the person you are,” Baker said. “It’s been a super fun experience for me.”
One of Baker’s favorite memories is from the Lewiston Roundup.
“We got the brilliant idea for all three of us to get on a mechanical bull together,” she said. “Mechanical bulls are not made for three people and we fell off in about two seconds.”
Baker is sponsored by Baker Truck Service. “I’m a really big fan of movies, so after I graduate high school I’m really interested in becoming a cinematographer, film editor, or special effects editor,” Baker added.

First Princess Bailey Cullin
“The Idaho County Fair means the world to me. The 4-H and FFA programs have molded me into the person I am today and I owe everything to them,” said Bailey Cullin. Cullin is the Idaho County Fair First Princess.
“Being a fair princess is my way of giving back a small portion of the tremendous things the fair has given to me,” Cullin continued. “In my year I have learned a lot of life skills as well such as public speaking, knowing when to lead and when to follow, and being a team player.”
Cullin is entering her senior year at Grangeville High School and is the daughter of Todd and Heather Cullin of White Bird.
She is a member of the Riggins Canyon 4-H Club and the Grangeville FFA Chapter and participates in track and field. She is a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Parish and works at Carlin Weed Spraying and as a baby-sitter.
Cullin’s sponsor is Likkel Insurance Agency in Grangeville.

Second Princess MaryFrancis Kaschmitter
“Royalty has meant a lot to me. I love going to every parade and waving at the little girls” said Idaho County Fair second princess MaryFrancis Kaschmitter. “This experience is something I will never forget.”
Kaschmitter, a junior at Grangeville High School, is the daughter of Herman and Julie Kaschmitter of Grangeville. Kaschmitter plays volleyball and is a member of Lively Livestock 4-h Club. She has also danced with Shirley’s Dance Studio for 14 years. She has also served as second princess for the Triple Bar Drill Team.
“Royalty is a great experience where you learn a lot,” Kaschmitter said. “The events I attended were so much fun – after all, you get to dress up and be a princess!”
She is sponsored by PEO.

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