Texas Junior Angus Royalty
Wanted: Young Ladies to Wear the Crown
Do you dream of being queen? Here’s your chance. If you are an unmarried young lady between the ages of 16-19 and are an active member of the Texas Junior Angus Association, Texas Angus Association and your mother belongs to the Texas Angus Auxiliary, then you have the initial qualifications. A new Miss Texas Angus will be crowned during the Fort Worth Stock Show in January; however, applications are due to Megan Ahearn, on or before April 1, 2021. No exceptions!
Since the same application is used for this contest as is used by the Angus auxiliary for scholarships we encourage interested young ladies to start early on this very lengthy application, which can be downloaded from the Angus Auxiliary site at http://www.angusauxiliary.com.
Please contact Megan Ahearn at (972) 742-5663 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete list of rules or if you have any questions.
If you are an unmarried young lady between the ages of 16-19 and are an active member of the Texas Junior Angus Association, Texas Angus Association and your mother belongs to the Texas Angus Auxiliary, then you have the initial qualifications.
How to Apply
Bailey Bozeman - Miss Texas Angus -2019-2020
Kilye Winge - Miss texas angus Princess- 2020
Miss Texas Angus 2018
Kara Pinkerton of Arp is our current Miss Texas Angus and has shared her enthusiasm and her radiating smile with all she has met while representing our state at many state and national events.
Miss Texas Angus 2017
Miss Texas Angus 2016
Kaydee is the daughter of J. and Tana Free and has been a Texas Junior Angus Association member since 2013. She is a junior at Salado High School where she is involved in FFA, One Act Play and the National Honor Society. As a TJAA member, Kaydee currently serves as 2nd Vice President and has actively participated in multiple contests, as well as, exhibited her Angus heifers and steers at local, state, and national shows. Kaydee has also attended the LEAD Conference and served as a director and as 1st Vice President of the TJAA. Kaydee is excited about the year ahead as she serves as Miss Texas Angus. She has already spent time at the major Texas livestock shows and is making plans to attend the state and national shows this summer. Be sure to get to know Kaydee if you see her around as she works to promote the Angus breed!