Little Miss Friendly
Little Miss Friendly is the official hostess and living logo of the Southwest Washington Fair. The Little Miss Friendly program began in 1968 as the living symbol to help market the fair and showcase how the community defined Southwest Washington, “friendliness”.
Each summer the Southwest Washington Fair hosts a contest to appoint the new Little Miss Friendly. The contest is open to 8-10 year olds. The 2017 Little Miss Friendly will spend 6 days at the fair greeting visitors and promoting the fair. During the year of her reign she will attend parades, coronations, teas, and many more events as the official representative of the Southwest Washington Fair.
See application for more details.
Applications due: Friday, July 28, 2017 by 5:00PM
Book Little Miss Friendly to attend your event. Contact Little Miss Friendly Coordinator Jolyn Wright 360-880-0875 or the Fair Office 360-740-1495
2016 Little Miss Friendly Biography
Campbell Senter is the current Little Miss Friendly for the SW Washington Fair. She lives in Mossyrock with her parents, Brooke and Kelly, and her two, older brothers, Kade and Kord. She also has three dogs, two cats, and five fish.
Campbell, 11, just finished 5th grade at Mossyrock Elementary. When she is not making appearances and promoting the fair as LMF, she enjoys playing Volleyball, Basketball, and Fastpitch. She is currently playing on the Chehalis Girls’ Fastpitch team, the Express Ironworks, in which she enjoys pitching, sliding, and getting dirty. She also enjoys playing catch, shooting baskets, and throwing footballs with her brothers.
Campbell has enjoyed being the living logo for the SW Washington Fair. Of course, she likes getting dressed up and wearing her LMF cape and sash. Some of her favorite activities, so far, have been the Christmas Parades with Miss Lewis County, Bailey Peters, dancing in the MLC Pageant, and meeting new friends while passing out stickers.
Campbell appreciates all of the support she has been given by the local communities, and looks forward to seeing everyone at the festivals and parades.
“See you at the Fair!” ~ Campbell Senter, LMF 2016