CUMBERLAND — Miss Allegany County Farm Bureau will be crowned July 14 at 6 p.m. in the multipurpose building at the Allegany County Fairgrounds.
Hailey Ternent will be eligible to vie for the title of Miss Maryland Agriculture at the Maryland State Fair in August in Timonium. She is the daughter of Robert and Jennifer Ternent of Oldtown.
Ternent resides on her small family farm and will be a senior at Fort Hill High School this year. She has been a member of the Mountain and Valley 4-H Club since she was 9 years old and has served as secretary and president. At the Allegany County Fair, Ternent has shown market steers, feeder steers, swine, sheep, heifers and cow calf pairs. She is also involved in the National Honor Society at Fort Hill and participates in soccer, softball, unified tennis and unified bocce ball.
The contest is open to single females ages 16 to 20 whose families belong to the Maryland Farm Bureau prior to the contest and are knowledgeable in the field of agriculture.
Serving as Junior Miss Allegany County Farm Bureau will be Madalyn Miller, daughter of Leo and Melissa Miller.
Miller resides on a family farm in Grantsville. She will be a sophomore at Northern High School this year. Miller has been a member of the Mountain and Valley 4-H Club for eight years. She has shown market steers, feeder steers, swine, sheep and heifers at the Allegany County Fair as well as the Maryland State Fair and Jackpot shows. Miller is a member of the Northern High School girls soccer team and Northern Garrett FFA Chapter.
The junior miss program is open to girls ages 12 to 15 whose families belong to the Maryland Farm Bureau.