Sara Emick – 2019 Ancaster Fair Ambassador
This experience has allowed me to participate in a variety of events throughout the year in which I have been able to learn so much more about the values and integrity of the Ancaster Agricultural Society.
This year’s fair theme is “Family Ties and Homemade Pies”, a celebration of life long bonds and the sweetest of treats! The dedicated volunteers and generations of families that have participated in the fair have shown their passion, while demonstrating inclusion in a fun-filled environment.
The Ancaster Fair is a lot like a homemade pie. Homemade pies are perfect for a family. There is something for everyone, its warm and inviting, and pairs even better with a scoop or two of ice cream.
I am extremely excited to see what this year’s fair has to offer and looking forward to seeing everyone this year at the Ancaster Fair.
School: Brock University, Public Relations/ Communications
Personal Interests: Animals, Sports, Horseback Riding, Family (the most important thing)
Involvement: I have been attending the Fair since I was born! Helped my grandpa with Western and English Horse shows before joining the Poultry committee for the past several years.
Ancaster Fair Ambassador Competition
If you are between the ages of 18-25 (not married, with no children) and are interested in becoming the next Ancaster Fair Ambassador, please prepare the information below for the application. The Ambassador program will be part of the AAS Appreciation Night.
The Ambassador represents the Ancaster Agricultural Society at the OAAS Convention in February in Toronto, parades throughout the summer, at the CNE in Toronto in August, and other events held at the Ancaster Fair (dinners, luncheons, etc). The Ambassador also is a crucial member of the Society at the annual Fair, attending many of the events and presenting ribbons. Each year with the AAS is different, and we want to have the Ambassador involved in as much as possible that goes on at the Fairgrounds.
How to apply for the Ancaster Agricultural Society’s Fair Ambassador:
Please prepare the following and send to the AAS office: Ambassador Committee – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Your up to date resume
- Answers to the following questions (maximum ½ a page answer for each question):
A. What does the Ancaster Fair mean to you?
B. What do you see as the Ambassador’s role in the Ancaster Agricultural Society?
- Please provide answers to the following questions (the information will be used the night of competition).
• School that you are attending or future goals:
• Personal Interests:
• What is or has been your involvement with the Ancaster Fair
How to submit the above information:
You can email your resume and responses to the questions to Debbie Lum email@example.com, or drop off the information in person.
For the office’s address, please click here.
To be considered for the competition, the above information must be submitted by 4:00 pm on Friday, September 27.
After the submission – next steps:
You will be contacted early in the week of October 20 with a schedule for the night of the competition held on Friday, November 1, 2019
The night of the competition you will meet with the judges, answer an impromptu question, and present your speech to the fair membership in attendance. (Your speech title will be provided when you are contacted.)
Your speech should be a minimum of 3-5 minutes in length, unless stated otherwise by the committee.
Thank-you for your interest in becoming the next Ancaster Fair Ambassador!