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  • Q&A with 2017 Grange Fair Queen Megan Royer

    State High graduate Megan Royer was named this year's Grange Fair Queen. She took the time to answer a few quick questions with the CDT.

State High graduate Megan Royer was named this year's Grange Fair Queen. She took the time to answer a few quick questions with the CDT. bmilazzo@centredaily.com
State High graduate Megan Royer was named this year's Grange Fair Queen. She took the time to answer a few quick questions with the CDT. bmilazzo@centredaily.com

Megan Royer crowned 2017 Centre County Grange Fair queen

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