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Blue Ribbon talent awarded

By Staff | Aug 1, 2014

Hundreds of area children and adults entered the North Dakota State Fair for 4-H, FFA and other exhibits. Area results are listed below. If readers have more results to share, please email the Tribune at tchapman@thepiercecountytribune.com

4-H

Horse Show

Reining, ages 12-14: Hannah Hoffert, Rugby, 6th

Sheep Show

Market Ewe Lamb Class 2: Emma Dragseth, Towner, reserve champion

Static Exhibits

Photography: Kathryn Dragseth, Towner, champion

General Science: Amber Jaeger, Esmond, reserve champion

FFA

Tractor Driving Contest: Cade Heilman, Rugby, basic division silver

Threshed Grains: Richelle Darling, Leeds, individual champion; Adam Fisher, Leeds, individual champion

Ag Mechanics: McKenzie Johnson, Rugby, reserve champion; Nate Bohl, Rugby, blue ribbon.

Education Best of Show: Elizabeeth Dulmage, Leeds Elementary, for “Flamingo”

Sheep Champions: Herdsman Award – Kathryn Dragseth, Towner

Exhibitor Awards

Culinary Blue Ribbons: Jan Repnow, Rugby, for ice box cookies, special party cookies, any other party cookies and any other candy; Best in Show: Chuck Repnow, speciality cakes.

Goat Junior Point Show: Percentage Does 24-36 months – Lizzy Black, Towner, first place; Reserve Champion full blood/purebred (20-36 mos.), Black, Towner; Market Goat Reserve Champion, Black, Towner.

Fine Arts & Crafts Junior: Blue Ribbon – Ashton Wendland, Wolford, painting (all brush media)

Fine Arts & Crafts Child: Blue Ribbon – Alexis Yoder, Wolford, painting (all brush media); Kyla Slaubaugh, Wolford, painting (all brush media); Elizabeth Lewis, Wolford, painting (all brush media, colored drawings); Kyle Schell, Wolford, drawings (lead/graphite/ink); Emily Yoder, Wolford, drawings (colored); Kiara Slaubaugh, Wolford, drawings (colored); Kaylee Schell, Wolford, drawings (colored)

Born Again Junk: Best in Show – Hadley Thompson, Towner, outside table; Blue Ribbons – Parker Kramer, Towner, household seating; Rance Kramer, Towner, household table; Russell Thompson, Towner, outside seating

Kristina Brossart, of Rugby, took first in both Best New Business and Grade 6 Invention.

– Tribune Staff Report

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