BEAVER FALLS, Pa. – Emily Caldwell, daughter of Ron and Vicky Caldwell of Beaver Falls, is the new Beaver County dairy princess.
She was crowned the 2004-2005 Beaver County dairy princess by retiring Princess Amanda Cooper of Fombell recently at Beaver Valley Mall in Monaca, Pa.
Caldwell, who helps with the work on their family farm, will be a senior at Riverside High School in the fall and is in the National Honor Society.
She is an active member of the Beaver County 4-H Dairy Club, the Butler-Beaver 4-H Dairy Judging Club, and the Beaver-Lawrence Junior Holstein Club.
She has served as a Beaver County Dairy Maid and Ambassador, and looks forward to working with the rest of her court and the Beaver County Dairy Promotion Committee.
Before the pageant, the promoters and the committee distributed recipes and other promotional materials to the public. Dairies from the surrounding area distributed free milk samples and Heritage Valley Health Systems offered a free osteoporosis screening.
Following the pageant, the 2003-2004 princess and her alternates, Chelsey Cooper and Lindsay Fischer, both of Fombell, served a milk toast.
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