EAST AMWELL TWP. – Ice cream as well cookies and milk will be given away - for free - at the Hunterdon County 4-H and Agricultural Fair.
The county Dairy Princess, Amanda Wengryn and Alternate Princess Skylar Delbeni, both of Ringoes, will be at the fair to promote milk and milk products. Among their tasks will be the enjoyable job of giving away ice cream sundaes.
And on Thursday, Aug. 25, milk and cookies will be distributed, starting 2 p.m. and while supplies last, by students in the FFA (formerly Future Farmers of America) at nearby South Hunterdon High School. Their vocational agriculture teacher and FFA chapter advisor, Tiffany Morey, came up with the idea. The Dairy Princess and her court will serve free ice cream sundaes next Friday, Aug. 26, starting at 2 p.m.
Both are dairy promotion activities, designed to remind the public how vital milk and milk products are for health, as well as the importance of dairy farmers. The Dairy Den, where ice cream, milk and other cool and refreshing dairy items are sold all during the fair, is located by the Ramsburg Building on the fairgrounds.
The princesses will be assisted by their court of dairy ambassadors, younger girls who are in training to possibly wear the crown in the future. They are Gianna Novak, Sadie Strober, Carly Persichilli, Rebecca Phillips, Kadie Fleming, Cassidy Hunt and Josephine Kohanski.
The dairy princesses and ambassadors will also be walking in the fair’s opening ceremony parade on Wednesday, Aug. 24 It runs through Sunday, Aug. 28 at the South County Park, 1207 Route 179 between Ringoes and Lambertville.