Twenty county 4-H'ers win champion ribbons at fair STATE FAIR NEWS

August 30, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Twenty Carroll County 4-H'ers were awarded champion ribbons for indoor exhibits at the Maryland State Fair this week, Carroll County 4-H extension agent Rita Zimmerman said yesterday.

Judging for outdoor exhibits -- such as riding competitions, animal shows and tractor driving -- will continue through the rest of the fair, which closes Monday, she said.

The winners are:

* Booths -- Deep Run 4-H Club, Chevonaire Dairy Goat Club and Black Rock 4-H Club.

* Banner -- Pleasant Valley 4-H Club.

* Crafts -- Senior champion to Jimmy Woods for an original pottery rendition of his head; junior champion to Laura Gist for a soft-sculpture Santa Claus.

* Photo -- Junior champion in color to Jennifer Moore; senior champion in color to Shawn Collerin.

* Food -- Junior reserve champion to Timmy Owings for a tea ring; junior champion to Stephanie Meushaw for a chocolate TTC cake; senior reserve champion to Sarah Dyky for a basket containing at least five different types of bread; senior champion to Tracy Clagett for a cake.

* Learn and Earn -- Senior champion to Cheryl Owings.

* Clothing -- Junior champion to Miriam Beard for a dress; intermediate champion to Rachel Dyky for a wool suit.

* Home Environment -- Junior reserve champion to Amy Davidson for a crochet quilt.

Senior champion in home environment went to Lisa Wagner for a 20-inch by 20-inch cross-stitch picture.

* Electric -- Senior reserve champion to Josh Kibler.

* Dish Garden -- Champion to Ross Bair.

* Child Care -- Champion to Rebecca Dowsley.

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