Western Michigan Fair: open class winners

August 7, 2019

PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — The Western Michigan Fair officially opened Tuesday and will continue through Saturday. Check here for a complete schedule. Winners of the open classes are as follows:


Youth building exhibits, best of class: Front row, from left: Chloe Genter, Tristan Johnson, Avoca Alway, Ebbie Eberbach, Bristol Jabrocki, Chevy Jabrokci, Mark Shimunek. Middle row, from left: Andrea Shoop, Mariana Romos, Trey Johnson, Sierra Surd, Kasey Gaudette, Chloe Jabrocki, Frances Cheney, Landon Ruboyianes, Mattea Mosier, Devon Gauthier, Emily Abbott. Back row, from left: Jackson Doyle, Willow Cilman, Rebecca Szoboszlay, Sara Abbott, Rebecca Abbott, Delaney Pider, Jenny Appledorn, Ashlyn Rose Kelley, Christian Cheney, Hannah Ashley, Kendra Lewis. Missing, Audra Shoop.

Youth building exhibits, best of class: (missing from main photo): From left, Kara Quick, Sophia Quick.

Farm crops, domestic arts, antiques: Seated, from left: Larry Stewart, best overall home arts; Bruce Patterson, best folk arts; Marc Tate, best vegetable. In back, from left: Amanda Hepworth, best crocheting, best canning; Susan Smith, best sewn goods; Debra Weaver, best knitting, best horticulture; Denise Slocum Jones, best misc. display; Jackie Yeck, best needlework; Mary Rozell, best baked goods, best agriculture; Gretchen Weidus, best photography. Missing: Martha Sanders, best antique display; Jordyn Engelberg, best fine arts.

Floraculture, best of show: From left: Julie Haselhuhn, best potted plant – jade; Dawn Rollenhagen, best of show – hydrangea; Sharon Morman, best of show – flower art; Julie Tew, best flower arrangement, best single stem specimen – Asiatic lily, cleom.

Best Non-Profit Display: From left, first place: American Legion, represented by Mick Shriver, Bruce Mitchell, Peter Probst, Karen Rogner; second place: Mason County fire departments, represented by Scott Kelsey; third place: Oaktree Academy, represented by Carrie Quillan and Julia Lindenau.

Best Commercial Entries: From left, first place: Amber Elk Ranch, represented by Dawn Northrup, Natalie Northrup, Nathan Northrup; second place: Bondo Bark Art, represented by Diana Bonderson; third place: Miller Welding Supply, represented by Les Hopkins.

Check here for a complete schedule.

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