Clair Wilson, Forest, continued her annual tradition of entering championship arrangements at the fair. Her Unlimited Imagination collection won the top prize at the 2013 flower show at the fair.
Charles Searson, Belle Center, continued to collect championship honors when his hybrid tea rose was selected as the champion in Tuesday’s flower show at the 2013 Hardin County Fair.
The members of the Men’s Garden Club won two competition in the flower show, including this large potted entry. Members include Chris Jones (left) Dick Aller, Steve Phillips and Ken Carlson.
Dennis Copp, Kenton, was the winner in the professional division of the fine arts show’s Hardin County subject contest. Copp copped a grand championship and also the reserve honors in the competition.
Members of the Men’s Garden Club stand with their entry in the booth division of the flower show. This was the first year the men have won the title. Members include Chris Jones (left), Ken Carlson, Steve Phillips and Dick Aller.
The judge liked the miniature roses raised by Julie Zaring, Forest. She won the grand championship for her miniature roses and returned to win top honors for her floral arrangement with the small flowers.
The judge named Tyler Buxton the top beginning showman in the 2013 Hardin County Fair’s sheep show. He is a student at Hardin Central Elementary in Kenton and a member of the Lynn Valley Farmers 4-H club. Tayler’s parents are Randy and Kelly Buxton of Kenton.
Madisyn and Sidney Gossard were named the intermediate and junior showmen winners in the sheep show at the 2013 Hardin County Fair respectively. The girls are members of the Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club and their parents are Marlon and Melissa Gossard of Ada.
Grant Hites, of the Hardin Northern FFA, was named the top senior showman in Wednesday evening’s sheep show at the 2013 Hardin County Fair. Hites is the son of Jeff and Jennifer Hites of Forest.
Adam Wagner entered the reserve champion market lamb in the 2013 Hardin County Fair. He is a member of the Ridgemont FFA and the son of Cory and Carol Wagner of Mount Victory.
Madisyn Gosard’s market lamb was named the grand champion Wednesday night of the 2013 Hardin County Fair. Madisyn is the daughter of Marlon and Melissa Gossard of Ada and is a member of the Liberty Belles and Boys 4-H club.
The judge in Tuesday’s baking contest liked the entries of Carol Hamilton (left), Kenton, who entered some colorful cupcakes. Her efforts ran a reserve championship honor. Reserve honors also went to Hope Hamilton, Kenton, with her gingerbread creation.
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on September 5, 2013. Filed under Fair,Recent Pictures.
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