The 2020 Umatilla County Fair Court Princesses have been selected with two from Hermiston and two from Pendleton.
Princess Baylee Marshall, grade 11, Pendleton: Baylee has shown in the Umatilla County Fair as an FFA student and has been involved with the fair for a number of years. She is involved in other livestock shows throughout the county and is an outstanding student and athlete who likes to volunteer in her community and who values her varioius leadership roles in FFA.
Princess Brielle Youncs, grade 10, Pendleton: Brielle has shown livestock in the Umatilla County Fair as well as entered static entries as a 4-H and FFA member. She enjoys playing basketball and softball as well as her involvement with several service organizations within the county. Brielle will continue to work to achieve her leadership goals with her FFA Chapter.
Princess Keeva Hoston, grade 11, Hermiston: Keeva has been showing at the Umatilla County Fair since she was a Cloverbud and has continued every year since. She enjoys dancing on her high school dance team and also her involvement in FFA. Keeva volunteers for community events and also with high school club events. Keeva has received Grand Champion titles for her goats in two counties in the past four years.
Princess Kyleigh Sepulveda, grade 11, Hermiston: Kyleigh is a returning Fair Court Princess from the 2019 Fair Court. Along with playing softball, she enjoys showing swine and looks forward to continuing to show her support for the Umatilla County Fair through her participation in community events while working to achieve her goals. Her participation in the Rascal rodeo last year, is something that she considers one of her most rewarding experiences.
The fair court chaperone will be Rebecca Manning of Pendleton. She is a former member of the fair court who served on the last Umatilla County Fair horseback riding court in 2010. Manning has been a longtime volunteer for the fair and is involved with the Blue Mountain Community College Rodeo and other events in the community.