Lansing Corners to Host Dairy Princess Banquet; 66th annual showcase is Saturday, April 27

Published 8:49 am Wednesday, April 10, 2019

The 66th Mower County Dairy Royalty will be crowned at the annual banquet, Saturday, April 27, at Lansing Corners Supper Club in Austin, Minnesota. The event will begin with a silent scholarship auction at 11:30 a.m. and a luncheon at noon.

Dairy Princess candidates are Jenna Bentzin, daughter of Cheri and Ed Smith, Rose Creek, sponsored by Foremost Farms USA, and Madison Smith, daughter of Ryan and Melissa Smith, Adams, sponsored by Four Way Farms (David Smith) and Foremost Farms.

Madison Smith Photo provided

Both candidates will be eligible to compete at the state contest in May, where 10 finalists for the title of Princess Kay of the Milky Way will be chosen.

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Julia Mullenbach, 2018 Mower County Dairy Princess, was a finalist for Princess Kay of the Milky Way and will have her butter sculpture on display. The banquet will include a silent scholarship auction and numerous door prizes.

Tickets for the banquet are $10 and must be purchased by April 20 from Eugene Anderson at 1-507-477-3457.