Liberty Mosher from Munson was the 2018 Junior Fair Queen at the Great Geauga County Fair. She is the daughter of Mark and Gwynne Young and the late David Mosher and has seven siblings. Mosher will be a senior at Newbury High School and will attend Auburn Career Center in the EMS program. She enjoys playing softball and is involved in her church’s outreach.
During her 13 years in 4-H, she has been involved with Caprine Kids, Miniature Menagerie, Junior Leaders and Junior Fair Board, and has shown rabbits, chickens, turkeys, ducks and pigs, and has participated in miscellaneous projects including the food drives. She has been a camp counselor at 4-H Camp Whitewood in Windsor.
This August, Mosher will sign up for the Air National Guard and next fall she will be in boot camp. When she returns, she plans to study nursing. Many of her family have served in the armed forces and this will help with her college expenses.
As part of her responsibilities as Junior Fair Queen, she has visited other fairs and festivals in Ohio, including Bellville, Wayne, Loraine, Ashtabula, Lake and Trumbull Counties. She participated in the 2019 Ohio Fair Queen competition in Columbus.
The 2019 Geauga County Junior Fair King and Queen coronation takes place on Thursday, Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Junior Fair Entertainment Building where Liberty will pass the crown to the newly announced Junior Fair Queen.