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County’s annual Dairy Pageant Saturday night


CANTON - The St. Lawrence County Dairy Princess Pageant will be held Saturday, April 28 at Sergi’s in Canton. Cowtail hour with cheese and punch will begin at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7 p.m.

Here’s a look at two of the candidates for the coveted crown and young ladies interested in serving in the Dairy Princess court.

Dairy Princess

Allison Fobare is the daughter of John and Michelle Fobare. Her parents and grandmother own Fobare Lake Farms LLC in Waddington. The Madrid-Waddington Central School sophomore is on the High Honor Roll and participates in soccer, softball and basketball. “I have participated in the Dairy Princess program for three years. I would like to be your St. Lawrence County Dairy Princess to promote dairy products and the dairy industry.

Taylor Morrill, 16, is the daughter of Steven and Jill Morrill. Her father co-owns Gebarten Acres with one of her uncles and her grandparents. She is a junior at Hermon-Dekalb Central School, where she participates in soccer, rock ensemble, and drama club. “I am in 4-H, and I show cattle every summer. In the future, I plan to attend Ithaca College or SUNY Fredonia, majoring in sound recording technology,” she noted.

Dairy Ambassadors

Paige Moulton is the daughter of Amy and Bernie Moulton. “We live on C&M Dairy LLC. I attend Madrid-Waddington School in the eighth grade. I play softball, soccer and figure skateg. I’m involved in National Junior Honor Society and High Honor Roll, SLC Junior Holstein Club, a 4-H member, and the Ayshire Association. I am the secretary of my 4-H club. I am looking forward to my second year in the program,” she said.

Abigail Ray Hunter, daughter of Karalee Neuroth and Jeff Hunter, attends Hammond Central School and is in the seventh grade. She is active in cheerleading, softball, science club, all-country participant, vocal and clarinet soloist, a member of the Hammond Hillbillies 4-H Club, and a member of the NYS Junior Guernsey Breeders.

“I am a third generation 4-Her and Guernsey breeder. I have been actively showing for four years. I want to be Dairy Ambassador so I can educate people on the importance of dairy in their diet. My future plans are to continue my education and become a pediatrician,” she noted/

Jennifer King, the daughter of David and LouAnne King, attends Madrid Waddington Central School. She is in the ninth grade and is on the high honor roll. Her mother is a co-owner of Mapleview Dairy LLC and her father has a register Holstein business.

“I’m involved with the National Junior Honor Society and the Chipman Champions 4-H Club. I play volleyball, basketball and track. I am looking forward to be a part of the dairy program and helping to promote the dairy industry,” Ms. King said.

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