Sophia Goins is 2020 Miss Calvert County Farm Bureau

Carrie Jones is Calvert’s first Junior Miss and Caroline Tiralla takes “Little Miss” title

2020 Miss Calvert County Farm Bureau
The 2020 Miss Calvert County Farm Bureau was named at the Calvert County Farm Bureau annual banquet held in November 2019. Pictured from left to right, Little Miss Calvert County Farm Bureau Caroline Tiralla, Junior Miss Calvert County Farm Bureau Carrie Jones, Miss Calvert County Farm Bureau Sophia Goins, and Jason Leavitt, outgoing president of the Calvert County Farm Bureau.

Meet Our Miss – Sophia Goins

My name is Sophia Goins. I am a sixteen year old eleventh grade student at Calvert High School. I am a member of Calvert High School FFA as well as a student in the CASE program. Both FFA and CASE help me understand and apply future advancement for agriculture studies. Within the FFA program I attend the annual conference, farm to table, volunteer at local horse show, and also talk to incoming freshman about the opportunities of agriculture. I also participated in the Calvert County Fair, placing as the 2019 Junior Waterfowl Champion. I am diligent in taking care of my ducks, hen, and rooster. I have a desire to learn more about agriculture and the importance of it’s impact on our everyday lives.

Junior Miss – Carrie Jones

My name is Carrie Jones and I live on Windy Willow Farm in Sunderland, MD. I attend James Madison Online High School and I’m 15. On our farm we raise livestock for meat production, and I show livestock. I am the current secretary in Battle Creek 4-H club, and I am a 4-H ambassador.

Little Miss – Caroline Tiralla, age 9 from Monnett Farms in Prince Frederick