Special to the New-Standard
TRINITY — Lansberry Elementary fifth-grader Mia Zuniga recently was named Trinity’s Junior Miss United States Agriculture Advocate.
She will be representing Trinity County in the Miss United States Agriculture Pageant Nov. 11-12 in Temple. This is a scholarship pageantry program advocating for agriculture with chances to win many different state titles.
Mia said she is so excited to be involved in such a new and rewarding experience. If chosen for a Texas title, Mia will then progress to the National Miss United States Agriculture Pageant representing the entire state of Texas in July 2023.
Mia is involved in her youth group at church, cheerleading competitively and recreationally, and shows animals at the fair. This year, Mia was selected the to serve as the secretary for her 4-H club.
Alongside Mia will be sisters Trinity Fotheringham, the Tiny Miss United States Agriculture Advocate, and Paisley Fotheringham, the Little Miss United States Agriculture Advocate.
Both girls also attend Lansberry Elementary, cheer recreationally, play T-ball, and are involved in Clover Kids with the local 4-H program.