September 26, 2018
PASSING OF THE THRONE: The 2017-18 and 2018-19 royalty teams pose together at this year’s Pennsylvania Dairy Princess Pageant.Courtesy of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
After three days of competition, Brooke Emery, 21, of Alexandria, was crowned the 62nd Pennsylvania Dairy Princess.
Emery beat out 25 county dairy princesses for the state title, and she will now represent the state’s top agriculture sector for the next year.
Contestants were judged on public speaking, dairy industry knowledge, poise and personality. They each had to prepare a speech, a radio spot, a poster display, and a recipe promoting milk and dairy products.
Two alternates, Samantha Haag of Mohrsville and Kara Stultz of Williamsburg, will help promote dairy at various events throughout the state.
Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
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