The Southern California Fair is excited to announce the 2016 Farmer’s Daughters Scholarship Program.
This program is a longstanding community tradition available to girls residing in Riverside County who will be between the ages of 16-19 as of October 1st 2016. The Top Ten applicants will be selected to serve as Ambassadors promoting the Southern California Fair for the months leading up to the fair.
How to Participate
To participate as a 2016 Farmers Daughter, you do not have to be an actual daughter of a farmer; however, you will be required to be an exhibitor at the 2016 fair. In the months leading up to the Fair, the top ten Daughters (with Fair chaperone) will participate in selected outings serving as Ambassadors of the Fair where they will receive points on attendance, public speaking and presentations. Events may include charity functions, civic events, festivals, parades, and fundraisers.
Concluding pre fair events, five girls will be selected as finalist and move forward to compete during fairtime in October. The girls will compete in fun daily contests, past examples include: sewing, goat milking, and tractor driving! The girls earn points for their application, interview, participation in promotional activities, and fair-time contests. The girl with the highest overall score will be crowned “Farmer’s Daughter” at the Fair.
If you have any questions regarding this scholarship, please feel free to email us at Exhibits@socalfair.com