Fill a Glass With Hope® Kickoff At PA Farm Show

With a celebratory milkshake toast and official bell ringing, First Lady Frances Wolf and Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding joined former NFL star, Jason Brown, dairy industry leaders, Feeding PA food bank leaders, Ms. Senior America Esmeralda Ybarra Hetrick, Pennsylvania dairy royalty, Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association, and American Dairy Association North East (ADANE) at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center to kick off the 2020 Fill a Glass with Hope® campaign, a charitable fresh milk distribution program.

How a Rainbow Brought Joy to One Dairy Farm Family

Guest blogger Paige Peiffer is the 2019-2020 Pennsylvania State Dairy Princess

The holidays are my favorite times of year. Whether it’s watching endless Hallmark movies with my family, searching the Christmas tree lot far and wide for the perfect tree, or having the perfect excuse to eat tons of my favorite foods, the holiday season highlights the need of food, love, family and faith.

The PA Farm Show Brings Us Together

Guest blogger Denae Hershberger is the 2019-2020 Pennsylvania State Alternate Dairy Princess

Pennsylvania is a unique state with several large metropolitan areas and a vast rural zone. While the Keystone state population may be split on their sports teams and cultural identities, one thing brings us all together: the Pennsylvania Farm Show. For a few days a year all Pennsylvanians can bond over the bustle and excitement surrounding Farm Show.

2020 Farm Show Preview

It’s the most wonderful time of the year….PA Farm Show time! In just a few days, the 2020 Farm Show will open and our famous milkshakes will be in the hands of all of our fans.

We’ll kick-off our Farm Show run with our sixth annual Fill a Glass with Hope event, featuring celebrity milkshake servers, a former NFL player turned farmer, Pa. Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding, Ms. Senior America Esmeralda Ybarra Hetrick and business and food bank leaders. Join us in the Cameron Street food court at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 3.