The Columbiana County Dairy Boosters held their spring banquet at Ezio’s in Salem. In addition to a brief meeting, the new Dairy Princess, Chloe Cooper, was crowned by past princess Chloe Townsend. Cooper is the daughter of Doug and Rebecca Cooper, Hanoverton. She is a sophomore at United Local where she is involved in the ASL club, volleyball, basketball, track, 4-H and FFA. Townsend is the daughter of Mandy and Lee Steiger, Alliance. She is currently a sophomore at the University of Mount Union majoring in nursing. As last year’s princess, during fair week, Townsend helped in the Ice cream barn, walked the midway as the Purple Cow, and passed ribbons out during the Holstein and Dairy Beef Feeder shows. In celebration of National Ice Cream month, she handed out ice cream sandwiches to kids. (Submitted photo)
Scholarships were awarded to Abigail Hruby and Kade Blake. Hruby is the daughter of Ken and Ann Marie Hruby, Hanoverton. She is a senior at United Local where she is involved in band, soccer, tennis, National Honor Society, Key Club, Junior Leadership and 4-H. She will be attending Kent State in the fall majoring in history. Blake is the son of Kurt and Billie Blake, Salem. He is also a senior at United Local and is involved in the National Honor Society, band, track, tennis and soccer. He is also a member of the Winona Junior Firemen, Junior Leaders and 4-H. Blake will also be attending Kent State in the fall majoring in accounting. (Submitted photo)
The Columbiana County Dairy Boosters held their spring banquet at Ezio’s in Salem.