2023 Winneshiek County Fair Royalty crowned

Newly-crowned Winneshiek County Fair Queen Brynn Storhoff, at right, and Fair Princess Autumn Schmitt. (Driftless Multimedia photo by Roz Weis)

Winneshiek County Fair Queen Brynn Storhoff was crowned Tuesday afternoon. 2023 Fair Princess is Autumn Schmitt.

Brynn Storhoff

Brynn Storhoff is the 17-year-old daughter of Brent and Brigit Storhoff of Decorah. She will be a senior at Decorah High School this fall. Brynn is involved in the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union Student Athlete Advisory Committee, cross country, basketball, track and field, strength and conditioning, community club, speech, drama and concert choir. She is also involved in Teens Against Alcohol and Tobacco Usage, Decorah’s Envirothon Team, National Honor Society and Silver Cord. Brynn is a member of the Decorah Chiefs 4-H Club, Winneshiek County Council and the Decorah Lutheran Church. She enjoys reading, listening to and singing to music, trivia nights at Impact Coffee, and rock painting and hiding. Brynn plans to attend the University of Iowa and major in Sports and Recreation Management. She also plans to sing in the University Choir.

Autumn Schmitt

Autumn Schmitt is the 17-year-old daughter of Sara and Greg Schmitt of Waucoma. She will be a senior at South Winneshiek High School this fall. Autumn is involved in band, choir, speech, theatre, football cheerleading, Decorah High School Swim Team, track and field and Brenda’s School of Dance. She is also a member of the National Honor Society, participates in the Talent and Gifted program, a chess club member, on student government and involved with SODA. Autumn is currently a member of the South County Innovator 4-H Club, on Winneshiek County Council and the State 4-H Council. She participates in the South Winneshiek FFA chapter, and also in Girl Scouts. In her free time, she enjoys swing and line dancing, swimming, reading, thrift shopping, kayaking, spending time with family and friends and working with her livestock. In the future, Autumn hopes to attend Iowa State University to pursue a degree in animal science or biology. She eventually wants to have her own livestock production operation involving meat goats or cattle while continuing to work in the agricultural industry.

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