CHARLESTON — Miss WV Freedom Festival Lindsay Ellis will compete the weekend of January 8th and 9th, 2016 for the title of Miss WV Association of Fairs and Festivals.
Ellis will represent the City of Logan and the WV Freedom Festival during all three days of competition. Ellis was crowned by Miss WV Association of Fairs and Festivals Lexi Farmer.
Ellis will compete in the interview, event promotion and evening gown segments of the competition. She will share the stage with more than 80 queens from across the State of West Virginia who all represent their local fair or festival.
Ellis is the daughter of Scott and Kim Ellis. She is a Senior at Logan High School where she is a member of the Prayer Club, National Honor Society, Beta Club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
As queen, Ellis has represented the City and Festival in various capacities during her reign. She has appeared in all local town parades and festivals as well as multiple events throughout the State and County.
2015 was the final year for the WV Freedom Festival and this will be the final attendance to the West Virginia Association of Fairs and Festivals. The WV Freedom Festival made memories for the 4th of July holiday for 15 years.
Organizers Serafino Nolletti and Amber Viars will say goodbye during the State Convention on Saturday night during the queen’s pageant.