Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, January 06, 1995, Image 64

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    BIS-Lancaster Farming, Friday, January 6, 1995
Unveiling the 30-pound cheese football to local Ithaca media were New York State
Dairy Princess Jennifer Emerling and Ag Radio Network President Ed Slusarczyk,
who donated the cheese. Also assisting were left to right: Cortland County Dairy
Princess Jonelle Smith, Tioga County Dairy Princess Holly Howland, Chemung
County Dairy Princess Anita Lant (behind Ed), Tompkins County Dairy Princess Car
rie Gunning and Schyler County Dairy Maid Valerie Hoffman.
Nominations
Sought For
Outstanding
N.Y. Dairy
Promoters
Syracuse, N.Y.
The American Dairy
Association and Dairy
Council, Inc. is seeking
nominations for two
Golden Cow awards,
designed to recognize
outstanding dairy pro
moters from any New
York County.
Recipients will be
chosen based on their
service to an active
dairy promotion com
mittee. Winners will be
recognized at the New
York State Dairy Prin
cess Pageant, held
Tuesday, February 21
in Syracuse.
Nominations for the
Golden Cow awards
must be postmarked by
Friday, January 13,
1995. Send letter listing
reasons for nomination
to: Stephanie Meyers,
American Dairy Asso
ciation and Dairy Coun
cil, Inc., 219 South
West Street, Suite 100,
Syracuse, NY
13202-1205.
Thirty-Pound Cheese Football Unveiled At Game
Let us tell you about the health care benefits you’ll receive when you
belong to our group—the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau.
Representing more than 26,000 farming family members from every
segment of the industry across the state, PFB serves the collective
interests of its membership—everything from regulatory issues to the
selection of health care coverage.
Membership in the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau means you’ll receive the
same comprehensive, affordable health care coverage provided to our
members by two of the most widely-recognized names in Pennsylvania-
Capital Blue Cross and Pennsylvania Blue Shield. Coverage includes:
• First dollar coverage for 365 In-hospital days
• One million dollar Major Medical coverage with a $5OO deductible
• Dependent children covered to age 19, or 23 if a full-time student
• Mail order prescription drug program
• Optional dental/vision coverage
And in 1995, members will see an overall decrease in their premiums,
So if you’re looking for the right kind of coverage for you and your
family, pick the one that’s been outstanding in the field for 56 years.
For a free information packet contact;
Pennsylvania Farm Bureau
(800) 522-2875
application must meet eligibility guidelines of PFB
Perk up
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nm FARM BUREAU
ITHACA, N.Y. As part of a
national campaign, ADADC pro
moted cheese during football sea
son with tailgating festivities. In
addition to television advertising,
supermarket demonstrations and
radio promotions, New York dairy
princesses promoted cheese at a
variety of special events.
New York State Dairy Princess,
Jennifer Emerling, a freshman at
Cornell University, organized a
cheese promotion at the Cornell
vs. Brown game on October 29.
Attracting the students to the dis
mile for ADADC this fall.
Outside this store In Colonle, New York, an actual tailgate
party was created promoting cheese with tailgating festivi
ties. Shoppers were given cheese samples and recipes at
1,000 supermarket demonstrations In ADADC’s marketing
area.
play was a 30-pound cheese foot
ball. sculpted by a Cornell art stu
dent. The cheese was part of the
ISO-pound block of NYS Cheddar
cheese donated by Ed Slusarczyk,
president of Ag Radio Network.
He bought the cheese for a record
$1,200, on Dairy Day at the NYS
Fair, at the annual Big Cheese
Auction.
After the unveiling for local
Ithaca media, the delicious and
nutritious NYS Cheddar cheese
was sampled by fans entering the
stadium.
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