2018-07-05 / Front Page

Megan Keller Crowned Nat’l. Ms. Agricultural Queen


Megan Keller Megan Keller On June 23 in Birmingham, Ala., Megan Mae Keller of Fulton County was crowned 2018 National Ms. United States Agriculture. During the pageant Pennsylvania brought home a total of eight national titles. Megan, the daughter of Tom and Helen Keller, joined the Miss United States Agriculture program to advocate for the agricultural industry.

This is the eighth year for the national program that was originally started in Alabama by Ciera Ingram to host a food drive for a local rescue mission.

Keller entered seven categories in her age division. The seven categories of competition were interview, essay, photogenic, introduction, evening wear, state fun fashion, and on-stage question. Keller took first in all categories for her age division.

Her sponsors included T&H Boer Goats, a business in Fulton County, Molly Deneen Photography and Graphic Design LLC, Beauty by Joette, and Beverly’s Touch of Class.

She joins these fellow Pennsylvania queens in bringing home national titles:

Payton Failor of Cumberland County, 2018 National Baby Miss United States Agriculture

Olivia Brooks of Centre County, 2018 National Tiny Miss United States Agriculture and 2018 National Junior People’s Choice Miss United States Agriculture

Stella Silvis of Centre County, 2018 National Future Little Miss United States Agriculture

Elizabeth Bishop of Tioga County, 2018 Little Miss United States Agriculture

Mercedes Johnson of Beaver County, 2018 National Petite Miss United States Agriculture

Gabriella Coffman of Centre County, 2018 National Junior Miss United States Agriculture

Kelly Gillis of Westmoreland County, Teen Division essay winner and Teen Division interview winner

Lacey Costa of Lancaster County, Top 5 Finalist Miss Division and Miss Division evening wear winner

Willow Voegtlen of Eastern Pennsylvania Region, Miss Division State fun fashion winner, Miss Division photogenic

Kelley Rohrbaugh of Somerset County, Mrs. Division essay winner and Mrs. Division interview winner

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