KeyLe Rhea has been named the 2020 June Dairy Month chair for Warren County.
Co-sponsored by The Dairy Alliance, 4-H and Tennessee Farm Bureau, June Dairy Month activities are designed to communicate the value of milk and other dairy products to Tennessee consumers. Chairpersons play a vital role in spreading dairy’s message in their communities.
“To serve as June Dairy Month chairman means that I have the opportunity to share the importance of dairy farms and give appreciation to dairy farmers,” Rhea said. “I am passionate about the dairy industry because it is important for us to maintain. We need dairy farmers.”
KeyLe, a freshman at Warren County High School, is the daughter of Tera and Justin Rhea. Rhea participates in Community Interact and the FFA. She has received the Gary and Gail Community Service Award for her efforts within the community.
KeyLe is an active member of her 4-H chapter, participating in Honor Club and judgings for livestock, dairy, poultry and more.
“We wish KeyLe much success in her role of communicating the nutritional benefits of milk and dairy products to the people in Warren County,” said American Dairy Association of Tennessee president Celeste Blackburn. “KeyLe will appreciate the cooperation of the people there. Her interest and enthusiasm will result in a better informed community from which all will benefit.”