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Hunterdon 4-H Fair Opens; Readington Teen Chosen Ambassador

Grace Majorossy is the 2017 Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair Ambassador. Credits: courtesy photo

EAST AMWELL TWP.  -- Grace Majorossy, who has been active in several 4-H clubs, is this year’s Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair Ambassador. In this role, she serves in various ways at the fair, which runs today through Sunday.

She helps with award presentations, events and other activities at the fair. And she will compete for the State Fair Ambassador crown in November. 

Grace, 19, of Readington is a member of the Creative Kids, Fur n' Feathers, Mount Airy Dairy and Junior Leaders 4-H groups. She as held multiple offices and has participated in public speaking on the club, county and state levels, making her a great representative for the fair.

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She served as 2015-2016 New Jersey State Dairy Princess after being selected the Hunterdon County Dairy Princess in 2015.  Adding to her dairy credentials, she works at Red Barn Milk Co., the new ice cream stand in front of Pine Creek Miniature Golf on Route 31 in West Amwell. Homeschooled in earlier grades, she was named outstanding student in the Culinary Arts program at Hunterdon County Polytech last year and now attends Raritan Valley Community College. She’s the daughter of Ed and Jackie Majorossy.

She participated in the state Avian Bowl and North Jersey Teen Conference and was awarded a trip to National 4-H Congress in recognition of leadership. For her various accomplishments, she was selected to receive the Senator's Trophy of Leadership Excellence at the 2016 fair. State Sen. Bill Schluter originated the award in 1972 at Flemington Fair and it’s been presented at each fair since then, including Hunterdon, which is successor to Flemington Fair.

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