Walking around the Wisconsin Valley Fair, you'll find food, rides, and entertainment.
You might also get the chance to meet the Fairest of the Fair.
Over the next 5 days, Melissa Matthiae will be greeting people who make their way to Marathon Park.
She'll also be handing out ribbons and awards to exhibitors.
Something she says is very special to her.
"I was a 4-H member all of my life and I still have siblings that still participate in it, and just knowing all the hard work they put in to it, it's really rewarding to see their hard work pay off," says Melissa Matthiae, the Fairest of the Fair.
She also says being crowned Fairest of the Fair is something she's dreamed about for years.
She hopes to share her experiences and love of 4H with others.
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