Alternate PA Maple Ambassador
2020 Maple Brochure
PA Maple Ambassador
Maple Syrup Commercial by Tori Miller
Alternate Maple Ambassador
Commercial Created by Katie Nebzydoski
PA Maple Sweethearts 2017 – 2018
PA Maple Alternate Sweetheart 2017-2018
PA Maple Sweetheart 2016-2017
Leah is the daughter of Adam and Monica Russell from Orwell, PA. She is the sixth generation of Russell Maple Farms, currently being operated by her family and grandparents, Donald and Debbie Russell. She is a senior at Northeast Bradford High School and also attends Northern Tier Career Center where she is enrolled in the culinary arts program. Leah helps out with making maple syrup and maple value added products, packaging and helps install tuning collection systems in the sugarbush.
PA Maple Alternate Sweetheart 2016-2017
Judy is the daughter of Paul and Lori Bender and the oldest of six children. She and her family have been producing maple syrup on a homemade evaporator for the past eight years at their small farm near Cochranton, PA. She is a junior at Cochranton Jr. / Sr. high School and she also attends the Crawford County Career and technical Center for carpentry.
PA Maple Sweetheart 2015-2016
PA Maple Alternate Sweetheart 2015-2016
PA Maple Sweetheart 2014-2015
PA Maple Alternate Sweetheart 2014-2015
PA Maple Sweetheart 2013-2014
Tracy is a 17 year old student at the Coudersport Jr/Sr high School in Potter County and is the Potter/Tioga Maple Sweetheart. She is involved in Art Club, Varsity Club, National Honor Society, Yearbook, Girls Golf team, and School Mascot. Her future plans are to attend a four-year college and major in photography.
PA Maple Alternate Sweetheart 2013-2014
Rachel a 16 year old sophomore student at Tunkhannock High School in Wyoming County and is the Endless Mountain Maple Queen. Her activities include karate, 4-H. Church Youth Group, Marching Band where she plays the tenor saxophone, Jazz Band, and Chorus. Her 4-H projects include archery, crafts, vegetables, maple syrup, and livestock where she shows beef, hogs, lambs and goats. She attended Leadership Conference at Penn State and competed in livestock Judging competition at state College. She also participated in a 4-H exchange trip with Wyoming Co. Pennsylvania and Jefferson Co. Kansas.