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Branch County Fair Crowns Reif And Crouch As 2022 King And Queen
By: Sheila McCrea - Monday, August 8, 2022

COLDWATER, MI – The 2022 Branch County Fair King and Queen were officially crowned Sunday night at the Dearth Community Center.

Jacob Reif and Carleigh Crouch
were announced as this year’s king and queen.

Reif will be a senior this fall at Quincy High School, while Crouch is a 2022 graduate of Quincy High School.

Both Reif and Crouch will receive a $500 scholarship.



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