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Dairy Princess, and court, delivers message

Photo Submitted to Times Observer Warren County Dair Princess Elizabeth Lucks and her court have been busy around the County and the state this past month. Lucks was personally invited by the Pa. Dairy Princess Promotion Committee to perform her skit singing “Home on the Farm” several times per day at the Pa. Dairy Princess Promotion Services booth at the Pa. Farm Show.

The Warren County Dairy Princess, accompanied by her court, has been busy around the county and Pennsylvania this past month.

The court has visited the Jefferson DeFrees Family Center, the Rouse Day Care Center, and Youngsville Elementary’s kindergarten through second graders for some educational fun.

Dairy Princess Elizabeth Lucks performed her skit singing “Home on the Farm,” as the children joined in singing. Dairy Miss Rachael Lucks read “Milking Time,” a lyrical, visual children’s book explaining where milk comes from. The court also discussed how milk comes from the cow to you as well as incorporating a stomp board to remind students about the importance of getting three servings of dairy per day.

Everyone in attendance at all locations not only received cheese sticks but prizes to take home.

The court also served yogurt at the Jefferson DeFrees’ Inaugural Storybook Breakfast that benefited Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Photo Submitted to Times Observer Warren County Dairy Princess Elizabeth Lucks and her court have been busy around the County and the state this past month. Lil Dairy Misses and Dairy Misses had the opportunity to serve yogurt at the Jefferson Defrees Inaugural Storybook Breakfast that benefitted the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. From left, Lil Dairy Miss Kensley Sheldon, Dairy Miss Olivia Sheldon, Lil Dairy Miss Tristen Gates and Dairy Miss Miranda Gates.

All of this was done while the Dairy Princess was home from

attending Houghton College after representing Warren County in the Pennsylvania Farm Show earlier in January. Lucks was personally invited by the Pa. Dairy Princess Promotion Committee to travel to the show to perform her skit several times per day as well as singing the National Anthem Tuesday morning of the farm show.

“It was truly an honor and a wonderful opportunity to sing the National Anthem at farm show and I am so grateful to the public, family and friends that nominated me,” said Lucks. “It was also wonderful to perform my skit several times each day at the Pa. Dairy Princess Promotion Services booth.

“It was a wonderful opportunity to visit with consumers and educate them regarding the dairy industry and hearing what they learned.”

Lucks was present at the farm show from Saturday through Monday where she also worked several stations at the “Destination Dairy” where consumers were given the chance to learn about the opportunities in the dairy world.

One dairy tip Lucks had the opportunity of sharing was “Choose PA Dairy,” meaning looking for the #42 on your milk carton indicating that the milk was processed and bottled in Pennsylvania. She also reminded consumers of the importance of consuming three servings of dairy per day and how to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s not when it comes to dairy products.

Photo Submitted to Times Observer Warren County Dairy Princess Elizabeth Lucks and her court have been busy around the County and the state this past month. Lucks and her Dairy Miss visited the Rouse Day Care Cobra Class to enjoy some educational fun about the dairy industry.

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