Young Stephenville girl crowned Tiny Miss Agriculture. Now she’s headed to the state pageant.


Valyn Lutrick

By SARA VANDEN BERGE


When you’re cute, you’re cute.


And little Valyn Lutrick is so cute that she was recently awarded the title of 2020 Erath County, Texas Tiny Miss United States Agriculture.


The two-year-old is the daughter of Josh and Megan Lutrick of Stephenville and participates in dance and tumbling at Studio 6:14.


“Valyn hopes to be able to show off Stephenville and all that Erath County has to offer at the Texas State pageant in December,” Megan said in an email to Beneath the Surface News.


Contestants will travel from across the state to compete for the honor of being crowned Texas Miss United States Agriculture Queen.


“The idea behind the Miss United States Agriculture Pageant Program is to celebrate the agriculture industry and our local farmers all while promoting self-esteem, building strong leaders and awarding scholarships to encourage a continuous pursuit of education,” state director Holly Hatfield said.


Good luck Valyn!