Queen of the Furrows

Rae Matheson, second from the right, was crowned 2019 Queen of the Furrows at the PEI Plowing Match and Agricultural Fair in Dundas Friday afternoon. She was also named Miss Plowing, a skill which is part of the pageant competition. Also in the photo are, from left, Keira Loane who was named Miss Talent and is third runner up. She sang and played the ukulele for the talent portion of the contest. Next is Isabella Acorn who was named Miss Friendship and is second runner up and on the right is Ila Matheson, Miss Scholastic and is first runner up.

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