WASHINGTON CO., N.Y. — The dairy farmers of Washington County have an impressive new team who will be promoting this important industry in the upcoming year. The 57th Annual Washington County Dairy Princess pageant took place on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at the Greenwich Elks Lodge #2223 with Larry Wilbur serving as Master of Ceremonies. Five girls vied for the position of Washington County Dairy Princess. Judges Daniel Anderson of Galway, Shelley Smith of Charlton and Courtney Luskin Bailey of Valley Falls spent time interviewing the girls, listening to their speeches, asking impromptu questions and evaluating their social media posts. The girls were crowned by Washington County Dairy Princess Molly Walker and the former 2nd Alternate NYS Dairy Princess Erin Armitage. Serving on the 2021-2022 Washington County Dairy Princess team are Alternate Alyce Harrington of Salem, Alternate Lauren DeSorbe of Greenwich, Alternate Ciarrah Hebert of Greenwich, and Alternate Caitlyn McClay of Greenwich. The newly crowned Washington County Dairy Princess is Katie Larmon of Greenwich.
Katie is the 16 year old daughter of Tommy and Amy Larmon of Bald Mountain She is a junior at Greenwich High School and has been a continuous member of 4-H, Tri County Holstein Club, and is currently serving as the Greenwich FFA Sentinel. Along with raising her own Brown Swiss show animals, Katie works at Lundcrest Farms as a calf feeder. You may even catch her scooping ice cream at King Brothers Dairy. She looks forward to serving the dairy farmers of Washington County as the Washington County Dairy Princess.
The Washington County Dairy Princess program is made possible through the support of the American Dairy Association Northeast, the local planning and management organization funded by dairy farmer check-off dollars.
–Washington County Dairy Princess Committee
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