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List of Adams County Fair Queens: 1996-2012

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Here is a list of recent Miss Adams County Fair Pageant queens. The figures in parantheses represent the number of contestants those particular years:


2012: Montanna Neisen, Liberty (9)
2011: Erica Mitchell, Paloma (14)
2010: Lauren Whan, Camp Point (8)
2009: Rachel Shriver, Ursa (11)
2008: Casey Marquess, Liberty (7)
2007: Kate Leenerts, Quincy (13)
2006: Kari Miller, Camp Point (15)
2005: Randi Mixer, Camp Point (21)
2004: Lindsey Nicole Hess, Clayton (23)
2003: Kris Ann Douglas, Quincy (22)
2002: Amy Ohnemus, Payson (11)
2001: Nicole Edwards, Quincy (11)
2000: Amanda Cramsey, Fowler (12)
1999: Cathy Heckenkamp, Quincy (12)
1998: Lucy Koetters, Coatsburg (12)
1997: Amanda Hoosier, Camp Point (14)
1996: Christina Heckenkamp, Quincy (14)
1995: Danielle Sill, Quincy (11)

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