BUILDING COMMUNITY ONE STEP AT A TIME...
How to help
You can contribute financially, give your time, or donate resources to the Floyd Future effort, any of which will go toward making our community a better place to live, work and visit. Simply click on our Donate page above to get started.
Volunteering Your Time
Become a Friend of Chantilly! Volunteering your time for projects and community events is a great way to make a direct impact on the community and we'd be thrilled to have you on board. Simpy contact us to join us on this journey.
Develop a Community Partnership
Your business, event or organization can partner with Floyd Future in a variety of ways. In exchange for a donation, Floyd Future volunteers may be able to assist you in facilitating a particular aspect of your event or project. We'd love to hear your ideas, so be sure and reach out!
Chantilly Farm Partnership & Friends of Chantilly
By partnering with Floyd County's largest events venue, we're striving to make a difference through participatory community events and service projects. Floyd Future is making a difference by integrating our mission into already existing events in our area.
Our Friends of Chantilly volunteer program gives incentives for volunteering throughout the year and is a very important part of our mission.
Miss Floyd County Fair Celebrates Fourth Annual Pageant
Miss Hope Gaynor was crowned the overall winner at the 2019 Miss Floyd County Fair pageant held at Chantilly Farm in August. Hope has already made a number of regional appearances and is excited about all that she'll be able to accomplish during her reign.
Hope will go on to represent Floyd County in the Miss Virginia Association of Fairs pageant held at The Homestead in Hot Springs, VA in January 2020. This is the fourth year that Floyd County has sent a representative to the state level.
Beginning in 2020 the pageant will be co-directed by former crownholders, Kelsey Sapp and Joanna Wilson. These two talented young ladies will work side by side with the pageant's founder, Dee Wallace, to further build upon the success of past years and to create an even more engaging pageant moving forward. Welcome aboard, ladies!
The pageant is held each August and is open to all ages levels. Applications for the pageant are generally made available during the late-spring or early summer months.
Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, our 2020 Miss Floyd County Fair pageant has been postponed until 2021.
An official premliminary to the Miss Virginia Association of Fairs Pageant