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District 5 Dairy Princess Ambassador Selected
Nevarez Earns Crown
Escalon High School senior Amelia Nevarez is the new District 5 Dairy Princess and will represent the dairy industry in Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Sacramento, San Joaquin and Yolo counties during the 2020-2021 program year. Photo Courtesy Of Zack Turner/All Seeing Photography

Amelia Nevarez of Farmington has been selected to receive the prestigious title of District 5 Dairy Princess.

Amelia, the daughter of Manuel and Gina Nevarez of Farmington, is a senior at Escalon High School. She’s active in the Escalon 4-H dairy group and has shown her cattle at the San Joaquin County Fair and at Cal Expo State Fair in Sacramento. In addition, she currently serves as Vice President of her 4-H club and held the position of Secretary for three years. At school, Amelia is part of the Escalon High School Cheer Team and is active in FFA. Amelia plans to attend San Joaquin Delta College before transferring to a four-year university to become a large animal veterinarian.

As part of her duties, Amelia will represent the dairy industry in the counties of Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Contra Costa, El Dorado, Sacramento, San Joaquin and Yolo during the 2020-2021 program year. She will serve the area as ambassador for the dairy industry to a variety of audiences. The newly selected princess will participate in a mandatory training, provided by the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), in which she will receive professional development coaching.

She will be crowned virtually as the new Dairy Princess on June 3, 2020 by the District 5 Dairy Princess Committee.

California is the nation’s leading milk producer. It also produces more butter, ice cream and nonfat dry milk than any other state. The state is the second-largest producer of cheese and yogurt. Real California dairy products can be identified by the Real California Milk seal, which certifies that the products are made exclusively with milk produced on California dairy farms by California dairy farm families.

The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), an instrumentality of the California Department of Food and Agriculture, is funded by the state’s dairy families and is one of the largest agricultural marketing boards in the United States. With a mission to increase demand for products made with Real California Milk, the CMAB is celebrating 50 years of promoting California’s sustainable dairy products in the state, across the U.S. and around the world through advertising, public relations, research, and retail and foodservice promotional programs. For more information and to connect with the CMAB, visit, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.