It’s always a treat to work with the young ladies who participate in the Logan County Fair Queen Pageant. This year has been no exception.
Molly Schempp, a senior at Olympia High School and Schempp Homeschool, has represented Logan County for 2018. She’s involved in FFA as well as Land of Lincoln CEO, an exciting business education program for high school students. Molly plans to continue her education in the agriculture industry after she graduates from high school this spring.
Since she lives close to the heart of the county, Molly has been involved in all manner of community activities this year: from parades to pancake breakfasts to calf scrambles and ribbon cuttings. She’s a delightful young woman who’s worn her crown and sash with dignity and honor.
We made Molly’s competition portraits back in August and met recently to take some new portraits and a headshot for this summer’s county fair program. Pageant director Bethany Rademaker (herself a former Logan County Fair Queen) and assistant director Katie Gosda (a former contestant) helped at each session to ensure Molly looked her best. And she did.
After I delivered Molly’s headshot proofs, Bethany replied with some very kind words:
Katie and I talked about how wonderful you are to work with! You know exactly what we need, you have a royal touch with the images, and you are so professional and personable.
My sincere thanks to Bethany, Katie, and Queen Molly. It’s always a pleasure.