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2014 Dairy Queen Candidates

Must attend the following meetings:

May 12, 2014 7 PM Candidates/Queens meeting

8:00 PM Ag Chest meeting

Please complete queen information sheet and bring to meeting. Also bring 3 copies of your resume and 1 photo.

May 17, 2014 All Candidates judging from 12 PM - 5 PM

All candidates are to write a letter of introduction and why they are running for Dairy Queen and bring it to the judging event. Plus they are to write and bring a copy of an ag topic newspaper article. The article must be 400-500 words.

Mark your calendars: 

May 31, 2014 is the Breakfast on the Farm

Dairy Days in Brooklyn June 20, 21 & 22






   Liz Schroeder 

Albany Dairy Queen

Allison Granberg

Argyle Dairy Queen

Rachel Elsing  

Belleville Dairy Queen

Molly Hendrickson

Blanchardville Dairy Queen

KaitLynn Heath

Brodhead Dairy Queen

Santana Green

Browntown Dairy Queen

Camilla Klar

Juda Dairy Queen

Whitney Disch

Monroe Dairy Queen

 Cassandra Trumpy

Monticello Dairy Queen

Noelle Austin

New Glarus Dairy Queen

Mariah Martin

                       Green County Dairy Queen

Brooke Bidlingmaier

Green County Dairy Princess





 Queen Program Chairpersons

  County Chairperson Pam Burke


Kayla Hamilton

  Argyle Rachel Larson
  Belleville Rachel Schrader
  Blanchardville Mellisa Leonard
  Brodhead Linda Wahl
  Browntown Pam Lawver
  Brooklyn Sue Rieder
  Juda Jody Makos
  Monroe Denise Schindler
  Monticello Julene Elmer
  New Glarus Trisha Pernot


About the Dairy Queens

The Green County Dairy Queen and Princess are the official hostesses for the Green County Ag Chest. The Community Dairy Queens are hostesses in their communities.

Every June, the eleven Green County communities choose a new Community Queen. On the Thursday before Dairy Day, all new Queens are judged during the day. In the evening at the Queen Banquet, the Queens introduce themselves and answer a question which the judges have chosen. The judges then select the new Green County Dairy Queen and Princess that will be named after the parade on Saturday of Dairy Day.

  • The responsibilities of the Dairy Queens are:
  • Attend Ag Chest Meeting
  • Queen Reports in local and county newspaper and radio
  • Volunteer for community functions
  • Promote Green County and Wisconsin products/resources in the classrooms of their schools
  • Give speeches
  • Work in Ag Chest trailer promoting their community and county
  • Ride in parades
Anyone interested in becoming a Queen or participating in any role is encouraged to contact their local Queen Chairperson or the County Chairperson, Pam Burke.


Dairy Queen Information Sheet


Community ____________________________________  Grade in School ____________

High School _____________________________________________________________   

Name ______________________________________   Date of Birth ______________________

Address _______________________________________________________________________

E-Mail Address __________________________________________________

Phone home _____________________________________ 

Phone cell _______________________________________

Do you have face book account?     yes   or no

Mother Name (Last)        Mailing Address(Street, City)



Father Name  (Last)         Mailing Address  (Street, City) 



Is there any time on May 17 that does not work in your schedule to be judge-12:00-5:00p.m. ?







Opening and Closing Prayers


MONTH                              OPENING                                                   CLOSING


July                                     County Queen                                   County Princess


August                               Albany                                                 Argyle


September                        Blanchardville                                    Monroe


October                             Juda                                                      Browntown


November                         New Glarus                                           Monticello


January                             Brodhead                                                Belleville                                          


February                           County Princess                                     Albany


March                                Monticello                                               County Queen


April                                    Monroe                                                   New Glarus        


May                                     Juda                                                         Argyle




Lunch Committee

Each County and Community Queen will serve once at the Green County Ag Chest meetings.  You will need to contact the person you are scheduled to serve with and work out the details.  The usual lunch consist of milk, cheese, crackers, bars, cookies, napkins, and cups.

August                                Mariah/Brooke              

September                         Liz/Allison

October                              Sandy/Whitney

November                          Noelle/Molly

January                              Camilla/KaitLynn

February                            Rachel/Santana

March                                 All Queen-Dish to pass –Eat during queens meeting (7:30)           

April                                    Pam/Julene/Karen                         

May                                     Ag Chest-Pizza