Fairest of the Fairs

Wisconsin State Fair officials are excited to introduce the 2018 Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs – Isabella Haen of the Kewaunee County Fair.

Each year, the Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs travels throughout the state promoting the educational, agricultural, social, cultural and commercial opportunities available at Wisconsin’s great fairs. It is a position of responsibility to the citizens of our great state, and the winner must possess excellent communication skills as well as organization, professionalism, and a passion for Wisconsin’s fair industry.

Haen will serve a one-year term, and her responsibilities include making appearances at fairs and events throughout the state, working with media and promoting the importance of Wisconsin’s fair and agriculture industries.

In addition, she will serve as an ambassador of the 2018 Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular. Her duties will include greeting fairgoers and special guests, performing as the master of ceremonies for several events during State Fair, participating in various contests, and representing State Fair during select media appearances.

The daughter of Matt Haen and Coleen Blizel of Casco, Wis., Isabella is a recent graduate of Fox Valley Technical College where she earned a degree in Agriculture Business and Science Technology. She currently works as a Herdsperson at Kinnard Farms Inc., where she is responsible for the well-being of 7,200 animals. Throughout her FFA career, she held roles such as Student Advisor, Vice President and President, and recently joined the FFA Alumni program.

Follow Isabella on her journey as the 2018 Fairest of the Fairs!
Facebook – @wifairest
Twitter – @wifairest
Instagram – @wifairestofthefairs

Stop by the Guest Services Pavilion during Wisconsin State Fair at 3:30 pm daily to meet the 2018 Wisconsin Fairest of the Fairs! Learn about the Fair industry, find out what it takes to become the ambassador of Wisconsin State Fair, and take your photo with the Isabella. Located on Main Street and Central Avenue near the Exposition Center.

Powered By U.S. Cellular