Thursday, September 9, 2010

Videos from the Princess Kay of the Milky Way Coronation

Me and My Sister Angie!

Angie and Princess Kay of the Milky Way Katie Miron, of Hugo MN

Our family, gathered to support Angie!

I know I haven't been blogging much lately, but I have been recovering from a whirl wind of activity surrounding the Minnesota State Fair.  We, in Minnesota, lovingly call the State Fair the Great Minnesota Get Together...and for good reason, it is a great opportunity to connect with many fellow farmers and also with consumers.  There were so many opportunities to connect, and I did partake in a few of these events.  So, to highlight these events, I will be blogging the next few entries about all that I was part of or observed.  First on deck, is the Princess Kay of the Milky Way Coronation.  This year, my youngest sister served as a finalist for Princess Kay of the Milky Way.  She was not chosen for Princess Kay, but she did have a blast serving the dairy farmers of Minnesota at the State Fair.  She also had the opportunity to have her likeness carved in a 90 pound block of butter (more about that to follow). 

So to start out my blogs, below is a video from the beginning of the coronation, which showcased each finalist, sharing a valuable message about dairy products and dairy farmers.  Here's Angela's message:

Next up, a video of introductions from fellow SDSU student Brittany Morse, of Lyon County and Angela Sellner:


  1. Ok, so after reading your post, I realized what a small world this really is...I am going back to school to be a math teacher and had many classes with your other sister, Laura. Crazy, and we are probably distantly related through my husband's grandmother. Anyway, I loved Angie's chocolate milk message!

  2. WOW! Talk about a small world! That's awesome! Laura didn't make it to the coronation, but we missed her dearly!!!


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