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National Cherry Queen Carmen Beemer

2023 - 2024 National Cherry Queen

Carmen Beemer
National Cherry Queen Carmen Beemer picks up cherries out cherry cooling take

Miss Carmen Beemer

Carmen is the 21-year-old daughter of Gary Godley and Shannon Beemer of Wayland. She is a 2020 graduate of Thornapple Kellogg High School and is entering her senior year at Michigan State University where she majors in Horticulture Science with a minor in Crop and Soil Science. During the school year, Carmen is a Student Research Assistant at MSU’s Potato Breeding and Genetics Program. She is the Public Relations executive board chair for Agronomy Club and Block and Bridles Member Coordinator. This summer Carmen resides in Hart, Michigan where she's taken up an internship crop scouting horticultural crops.

Carmen was blessed with being chosen as one of seven 2023 Michigan Grown, Michigan Great Agricultural Ambassadors through the Agricultural Council. She is beyond grateful to be able to advocate for over 300 Michigan-grown commodities as well as spread consumer awareness throughout the state. Carmen's passion for agriculture is rooted deep within her and started at a young age by showing rabbits. Throughout the years, she's had several great agricultural mentors and strives to carry that same compassion onto upcoming generations.

Determined by her zeal for the agricultural industry, Carmen aspires to pursue a career as a Horticulture Crop Consultant.

Carmen was generously sponsored by VanAgtmael Orchards, Gold Coast Sales, and Buning Roofing for Cherry Queen Selection Weekend. She’d like to thank her hometown community for helping raise her over the years.

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National Cherry Queen Carmen holding cherries
National Cherry Queen Carmen Beemer riding on a cherry shaker
National Cherry Queen Carmen Beemer peeking out from a cherry tree
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