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It has been my pleasure to serve as the 2011-2012 Maryland Dairy Princess. The program has given me the opportunity to grow as an individual and participate in extraordinary events.
Communicating with consumers, dairy exhibitors, milk processors, dairy farmers and politicians, I gained insight and listened to their stories. Through personal experience and the knowledge I obtained this past year from the Dairy Princess program, I was able to dispel myths about the dairy industry and…Continue
The Upper Chesapeake (Maryland) region dairy princess pageant was held May 26. I remember how I felt in the contestants' position: nervous, uncertain and yet, excited. I decided to run for Upper Chesapeake Dairy Princess when a few friends involved in the dairy industry presented me with the idea. I thought they were crazy. I did not know the duties of a dairy princess. I was simply a farm girl who didn’t mind getting her hands dirty. However, my family and friends insisted, and I tried. I…Continue
This past month, The Education Channel visited Hereford High School in order to see part of my role as the Maryland Dairy Princess. I met with the producer, Mr. Todd Porter, who was extremely excited. We began in the main hallway of the school. During a break between classes they recorded me as I distributed promotional items and responded to questions. Both the video camera and my crown intrigued students. It is uncommon for a fellow student to be on television or wear a…Continue