To be eligible, you must be in high school and have a Brooklyn address or reside in the Brooklyn Township. The Brooklyn Dairy Queen is one of 11 queens that represent their community, Green County, and Wisconsin in the promotion of dairy products, resources, industries, tourism and people; especially the youth and youth organizations.
The community dairy queens are required to attend monthly Green County Ag Chest Meetings, give radio reports, and write newspaper articles. They attend area fairs and festivals and promote the dairy industry. They support community activities; visit many new places, meet lots of people and make lifetime friends.
Candidates should plan to attend the April 29th (Albany Lions Club) or May 13th (Monroe Justice Center) orientation meeting and the Green County Ag Chest meeting; both of which start at 5:30 pm. All community candidates will be judged on the same day, (May 19th) at the Green County Justice Center. The 2019-2020 dairy queen for each community will not be announced until the crowning event in their community.
The Brooklyn Community Queen crowning will be Thursday, June 6th following the Brooklyn United Methodist Church Ice Cream Social.
Being a Dairy Queen is a rewarding experience that will be treasured forever. If you wish to run for Brooklyn Community Dairy Queen or have questions, please contact your Community Queen Chairperson, Jillian Malkow (608) 513-3744 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to learn more about the queen program or the Green County Ag Chest please go the www.greencountyagchest.com.