Queen McKenna to reign

Mitchell crowned Hamilton County Fair queen

-Daily Freeman Journal photo by Hans Madsen Freshly crowned 2018 Hamilton County Fair Queen McKenna Mitchell, right, shares a smile and a laugh with 2017 Queen Jenna Woodall, at left, during the crowning ceremony Thursday night at the Hamilton County Fair in Webster City.

McKenna Mitchell of Webster City was crowned the 2018 Hamilton County Fair Queen Thursday night during a coronation ceremony held at the fairgrounds grandstand.

Mitchell is the 18-year-old daughter of Ted and Janet Mitchell. She is a 2018 graduate of Webster City High School. Mitchell was crowned by her predecessor, Jenna Woodall.

Mitchell also received the leadership award during the ceremony.

Shea Lee Hassebrock, 18, of Jewell, was named the first runner-up. She is the daughter of Alison and Eric Hassebrock of Jewell and is a graduate of South Hamilton High School. Hassebrock was also named Miss Congeniality.

Alexandria Schwerin, 17, also a South Hamilton graduate, was named the second runner-up. She’s the daughter of Tammy and Brian Schwerin of Jewell. She attended South Hamilton High School.

Other members of the court are Gabby Bergman, the 18 year-old daughter of Therese and Ben Bergman of Stratford and a graduate of Webster City High School; Katie Greenfield, the 18-year-old daughter of Troy and Tammy Greenfield of Webster City, a graduate of Webster City High School; and Stacey Meyer, 18, the daughter of Jeff and Glenda Meyer, Williams and a graduate of Webster City High School.