Spencerville Fair Royalty Show contestants now have until August 31st to register for a spot in the competition.

There are three levels that boys and girls from Leeds, Grenville, Stormont or Dundas counties are available to compete in. Ambassador, which is for anyone between the ages of 18 and 26 as of September seventh. The Junior Ambassador competition is for anyone between the ages of 11 and 16 as of September seventh and a Little Sir and Little Miss competition for children between the ages of six and nine as of September seventh.

Anyone competing in the Ambassador and Junior Ambassador competition must prepare a minute and a half speech.

There is no cost to register for the competition and there is a total limit of 20 contestants in the entire show.

Eric Connell is Chair of the Royalty Show and says the Ambassador competition has been around for 40 years because there is such a need for agricultural presence in the community.

A prize of 1,000 dollars will be going to the winner of the Ambassador competition. The second place winner in this category will win 300 dollars and 200 dollars will be going to third place. First place in the Junior Ambassador level will receive 125 dollars and second place will win 75 dollars. Competitors in the Little Sir Little Miss competition will all receive gift bags.

Connell says the Ambassador/Junior Ambassador positions are a public speaking role as they are prominent in the community.

Something new this year, the winner of the Ambassador competition will be taking over the Spencerville Fair twitter account.

To sign up for a competition contact spencervillefairambassador@gmail.com or visit the Spencerville Fair website here.

The current 2017-2018 Ambassador is Chloe Severson.

The Spencerville Fair Royalty show will be happening on Friday, September seventh at 6:30 p-m in the Drummond Building at the Spencerville Fair.