2022-2023 AJCA Princess: Gracelyn Lee
2022-2023 AJCA Queen: Logan Apple
2022 AJCA Princess: Gracen Day
2022 AJCA Queen: Hayley Silzell
2021 AJCA Princess: Mayci Wilkins
2021 Miss AJCA: Reagan Amos
Purpose: The purpose of Miss AJCA & the AJCA Princess is to promote AJCA & the livestock industry whenever and wherever possible (store openings, demonstrations, livestock shows, field days, meetings, cattlemen’s events, etc.).
Requirements: Must be a resident of Arkansas. Must be an AJCA member in good standing. Miss AJCA must be between the ages of 14-21 by October 1 of the year seeking selection. AJCA Princess must be between the ages of 9-13 by October 1 of the year seeking selection.
Expectations: While representing the Arkansas Jr. Cattlemen’s Association, western, show ring, or dressy school/church wear attire will be worn by the representatives (no T-shirts, flip flops, tennis shoes or shorts). When appropriate a suit or dress suitable for particular occasions may be required. When representing the Association, the Miss AJCA and the AJCA Princess shall wear her sash & crown.
Miss AJCA and the AJCA Princess should plan to attend portions of the Arkansas State Fair, the Arkansas State Fair Spring Livestock Show, various AJCA sanctioned shows where they may be asked to hand out ribbons and awards as well as appearing in backdrop photos. Miss AJCA and the AJCA Princess may also, if asked, represent the Association at other county, district, and state events that she can attend by handing out ribbons and awards during cattle shows. Miss AJCA and the AJCA Princess may work cooperatively with other breed association’s breed representative during livestock events.
Miss AJCA and the AJCA Princess will conduct herself in a responsible and professional manner while representing the Association.
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