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Holy cow! Dairy Princesses visit the Willmar Library

Erica Dischino / Tribune Children and their families listen to the Dairy Princesses of Kandiyohi County, Korissa Lindquist, left, and Brooke Engstrom, read about cows Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library. 1 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Hana Bashir, 6, works on her cow headband Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library Wednesday.2 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Siblings Cameron Dahl, 3, and Adelyn Dahl, 5, eat ice cream Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library. The Kandiyohi County Dairy Princesses taught children and their families about working on a dairy farm and where dairy products come from, in addition to serving up ice cream treats. 3 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Korissa Lindquist, one of the two Kandiyohi County Dairy Princesses, helps 2-year-old Daphne Huselid out with her cow headband Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library. 4 / 5
Erica Dischino / Tribune Brooke Engstrom, left, and Korissa Lindquist, the Dairy Princesses of Kandiyohi County, read to children and their families books having to do with cows Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library. 5 / 5

WILLMAR — The Kandiyohi County Dairy Princesses talked with children and their families about working on a dairy farm and where dairy products come from Wednesday at the Willmar Public Library.

The two dairy princesses representing Kandiyohi County are Brooke Engstrom and Korissa Lindquist.

The princesses read children's books about cows to those gathered, and attendees also got to make headbands with cow faces. Ice cream treats were also served during the event.

Erica Dischino

Erica Dischino is the photographer for the West Central Tribune. Hailing from northern New Jersey, she graduated from Ithaca College in central New York with a bachelors in Journalism and Photography. Follow her on Instagram.

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