2023 Clallam County Fair Royalty
Clallam County Fair Royalty
From left to right: Junior Princess Kendall Adolphe, Queen Allison Pettit, and Princess Olivia Ostlund
Queen Allison Pettit is a 16 year old junior at Port Angeles High School and a Running Start student at Peninsula College. Allison’s parents are Pete and Michele Pettit. Her sponsor is Hermann Brothers Logging & Construction, Inc. Allison has lived in Clallam County all her life and she loves the Clallam County Fair. She is the Senior Chief and part of the color guard team and air rifle precision team in NJROTC. She is part of the Physical Training team for NJROTC as well. Allison plays the double bass in the high school Symphonic Orchestra. Allison’s hobbies are deer hunting with her Dad, fishing, hiking, and quad riding. She loves to write funny short stories and make people laugh. Allison’s future school plans are attending University of Washington to study environmental science and marine biology. Her platform is the high school NJROTC program with her hopes to instill leadership skills in others.
Princess Olivia Ostlund is a 17 year old junior at Sequim High School. Olivia’s parents are Jeromy and April Wright and Bob Ostlund. Her sponsors are Caregivers Home Health, Inc. and Boys & Girls Club of the Olympic Peninsula. Olivia has lived in Clallam County all her life. This is her first year in the Sequim FFA program at Sequim High School. She plans on raising and showing rabbits at the 2023 Clallam County Fair. Olivia is a girl scout and is at the Ambassador level. She is also a member of the Sequim Boys & Girls Club. Olivia also participates in the Port Angeles Youth Bowling League where she started out at 3 years old and has bowled ever since. Olivia’s future school plans are to attend an Auto Mechanics Program at Wyoming Tech in Wyoming. Her platform is the Boys & Girls Club of America.
Junior Princess Kendall Adolphe is a 12 year old 6th grade student at Sequim Middle School. Her parents are Jeremie and Kyla Adolphe and her sponsor is J & J Construction. Kendall has lived in Clallam County all her life. She is a member of the Clallam County 4-H Lambchop club. Her 4-H projects are poultry and swine. Kendall looks forward to being a part of the Clallam County Fair each year and enjoys showing her chickens, turkeys, and pigs. Kendall is involved in basketball and acrobatics. She likes exercising and learning new routines. Her hobbies include crafting, camping, hiking, piano, swimming, and spending time with her friends and family. Her future plans are to attend the University of Washington to study medicine and become a pediatrician.
4H Junior Royalty Stella Yedinak
Stella Yedinak is a homeschooled 5th grader in Sequim. Her parents are Dustin and Molly Yedinak. Stella is in the East Clallam Livestock Club. Her 4-H project is sheep. Stella loves animals. Stella says 4-H is fun because she gets to spend a lot of time with her animals and getting ready for the Clallam County Fair.