Jenks sophomore, Madalyn Bowman, named 2021 Tulsa County Teen Miss United States Agriculture
Jenks High School sophomore, Madalyn Bowman, was recently named 2021 Tulsa County Teen Miss United States Agriculture.
Here is the letter Madalyn wrote to the Miss United States Agriculture Pageant:
“My name is Maddy Bowman from Jenks, Oklahoma. I am entering my sophomore year at Jenks High School where I am active in a variety of clubs and organizations. I am active in Spanish Club, DECA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and FFA.
The latter of these groups has completely changed my life. Prior to joining the FFA, I was very undecided about what I wanted to do with my life. I was an active dancer and member of the Jenks Pom Team for many years. This organization has given me a whole new perspective on the importance of leadership, teamwork and agriculture, the greatest American industry. I currently serve as the Jenks FFA Chapter Reporter, show lambs, participate in FFA Career Development Events including prepared public speaking and seek opportunities to be involved in community service within my community.
When I am not at school or being involved in my various school-based activities, I serve my church as a teacher in early childhood program and enjoy spending as much time as possible with my family and friends. Upon graduation from Jenks High School, I hope to continue my education at Oklahoma State University and study to become a school-based agricultural education teacher. I look forward to sharing my passion for agriculture with both my future students and the supporters of the Miss United States Agriculture program!”