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The 2016 Idaho County Fair Royalty is shown above.
From left are First Princess Rachel Kelley, Queen Katrina Frei and Second
Princess Davi Murphy. Frei was also named Miss Congeniality and Kelley
was also received the Distinguished Candidate Award. Click on the photo
for a larger view.
Thomas Schwartz of Ferdinand had a great showing at
the 2015 Fair with Grand Champion for both quality and fitting and showing
for beef, reserve champion round robin champion showman and the top overall
beef project. Click on the photo for a larger view.
This year’s Friends of 4-H Award winners were Davi
Murphy, left, sewing machine, and Abbie Uhlenkott, right, luggage. There
were no qualified entrants for the mixer. Click on the photo for a larger
Piper Parsells was the Most Unusual Pigtail winner
with her birdcage. See article above left for full Pigtail Contest results
and more photos.
The opening number of the 4-H Fashion Show. See more
photos from the fashion show in theUhlenkott and Murphy are Friends of
4-H Award winners article above left. Click on the photo for a larger view.
The official flag raising and Ribbon Cutting to open
the Idaho County Fair occurred Wednesday mornining at the Idaho County
Fair. Grand Marshals Ceryl and Leon Slichter cut the ribbon while a joint
youth group raised the flag. Click on each photo for a larger view.
Idaho County Fair –Art Division: The Idaho County
Fair, Art Division, reports that Shane Chapman of Cottonwood wins the Best
of Show Award for his pencil drawing of “Indian Blanket”. The Idaho Landscape
Award went to Ellamae Holes of Grangeville for her watercolor, “On Location”.
People’s Choice Award for art work produced during workshops went to Linda
Stubbers of Cottonwood for her oil, “Homestead”. There were many blue ribbons
for outstanding art pieces. Patty Reid, this year’s judge, frequently looked
at each work and said, “Nice and clean; nicely done, very nice detail”.
Patty Gehring, a judge’s assistant, further noted that Ms. Reid, also commented
on choice of colors used and on good composition. Among other criteria,
Ms. Reid looked for accuracy and drama in light source in an art piece.
She especially looked for originality in the young artists’ work. Many
thanks to all our great community artists, young and older, who participated!
Central Idaho Art Association (CIAA) Chairman, Linda Stubbers’, work paid
off in spades for a great Art Division! Thanks also to all those of the
community who worked to make the Idaho County Fair a success! This writer
continues to be impressed by the Idaho community for their outstanding
and consistent nurturing of young artists and in growing productive citizens
for our future!! Click on each photo for a larger view.
Events at a Glance
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