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Home grown: Interest in ag draws Alice finalist back
Kristin Klossner, who grew up on a farm outside New Glarus, is one of six finalists for the state's annual Alice in Dairyland competition. The winner will be selected Saturday, May 17 in Curtiss. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - Agriculture doesn't want to let go of Kristin Klossner, 27, of Mount Horeb. But that's just fine with Klossner, a finalist in the 67th Alice in Dairyland contest hosted by Clark County on May 15-17. Klossner grew up on a farm outside of New Glarus and entered her 4-H projects in the Green County Fair.