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Wayne Post
  • Dairy princess visits first june baby

  • In observance of National Dairy Month, the Wayne County alternate Dairy Princess, Norene Meyer, visited the first baby born in June at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital and his parents and presented them with a basket of dairy-themed gifts.

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  • In observance of National Dairy Month, the Wayne County alternate Dairy Princess, Norene Meyer, visited the first baby born in June at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital and his parents and presented them with a basket of dairy-themed gifts. Connor Lee Shoemaker, son of Nicole and Christopher Shoemaker, from Seneca Falls, was born on June 2nd at Newark-Wayne.
    “I’ve learned that it is important to have at least three servings of dairy products every day to help strengthen muscles, bones and teeth,” said Meyer. “Some studies have shown that dairy products can help normalize blood pressure and improve skin health. You can choose from milk, yogurt, cheese, cottage cheese, ice cream or any dairy food.”
    Norene is entering her junior year at Nazareth College and is studying Music Therapy. She lives in Newark and works part-time at El-Vi Farms. Jenna Hill is a junior at Houghton College majoring in Veterinary Science. She works on her family’s farm in Clyde.
    The Dairy Princess program in New York State promotes the dairy industry and is funded by local dairy farmers and the American Dairy Association and Dairy Council.
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