Ann Moore, a 20-year-old Troy University student, was crowned Miss
Alabama Agriculture during the closing session of the 84th annual
meeting of the Alabama Farmers Federation Dec. 5 in Mobile.
Moore, the daughter of Ricky and Kathy Moore of Deatsville, represented
Elmore County in the contest that attracted 50 young ladies from around
the state. As the winner, Miss Moore received a $2,000 scholarship and
the use of a 2006 Chevrolet TrailBlazer for the next year. She will
represent Alfa Farmers at a variety of events during the coming year
where she will promote the state’s largest industry – agriculture.
The Young Farmers Division of the Alabama Farmers Federation sponsors
the Miss Alabama Agriculture pageant.
Leigh Beasley of Etowah County, the 20-year-old daughter of Paul and
Karen Beasley of Hokes Bluff, was named first alternate in the pageant.
She received a check for $750. Second alternate was Suzanne Victoria
Free of Montgomery County. She is the 21-year-old daughter of William
and Annette Free of Montgomery and was awarded $500. Third alternate was
Camilla Dale Reaves, 24, of Wilcox County. She is the daughter of Ralph
Miss Alabama Agriculture
Melissa Ann Moore of Deatsville, was crowned during the closing session of
the Alabama Farmers Federation’s 84th annual meeting in Mobile.