Zoar Mosquito Fest event winners announcedAugust 15, 2017
From Local Sources
ZOAR — These are the event winners from the Zoar Mosquito Fest, which took place Aug. 4 and 5.
Senior division: potted plant or hanging basket: blue, Roberta Wellmeyer (two); red, Karen Miller. Bouquet or centerpiece: champion, Nancy Smith; blue, Nancy Smith; red, Aaron Miller (two). Dried, silk or herb: blue, Nancy Smith; red, Nancy Smith and Karen Miller.
Adult division: bouquet or centerpiece: bouquet or centerpiece: blue, Tina Fetter (two) and Kersten Miller; red, Carla Barrett. Single bloom: champion, Taylor Carlisle; blue, Taylor Carlisle, Rex Carlisle, Max Carlisle and Beth Goeppner; red, Rex Carlisle.
Children’s division: potted plant or hanging planter: blue, Amerynn Fetter and Brody Barrett. Bouquet or centerpiece: blue, Jaylynn Goodwin, Garrett Goodwin, Katelynn Goodwin and Amerynn Fetter.
Single bloom: blue, Amerynn Fetter, Brandon Goeppner, Chaney Barrett, Brody Barrett and Katelynn Goodwin; red, Corey Goeppner, Parker Goeppner, Tobias Carlisle and Jaylynn Goodwin.
Single stem, multiple blooms: champion and best of show, Chaney Barrett; blue, Chaney Barrett. Dried, silk or herb: blue, Brandon Goeppner.
Kiddie tractor pull
Ages 3 to 5: first, Conner Reller; second, Tyler Willis; third, Amelia Kirk.
Ages 6 to 8: first, Addison Rainey; second, Brayden Willis; and third, Bentley Brockriede.
Ages 9 to 12: first, Corey Goeppner; second, Claire Leathers; third, Illie Nickolson.
Cucumbers: red, Amerynn Fetter and Jack Kamman.
Eggplant: champion, Roberta Wellmeyer.
Peppers: blue, Jerry Smith, Amerynn Fetter, Roberta Wellmeyer, Dick Mangel (two) and Karen Miller.
Tomatoes: champion and best of show, Dick Mangel; blue, Beth Goeppner and Beth Goeppner; red, Amerynn Fetter.
Best of show: Mina M. McClure.
Pieced: first and second, Mina M. McClure; third, Katie Katterhenry.
Embroidery: first, Clara Mae Frick; second, Katie Katterhenry; third, Debbie Frick.
Appliqué: winner, Dorita Frick.
Old quilt: winner, MaLea Wagner.
Baby quilt: winner, Dora Frick.
Wall hanging: winner, Florence Hunter.
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