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2022 Hopkins County Fall Festival Creative Arts Contest results

2022 Hopkins County Fall Festival Creative Arts Contest results
  • PublishedOctober 24, 2022


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2022 Fall Festival Creative Arts Contest Results

Hopkins County Fall Festival Fair goers were treated to a great weekend of weather.  Results are in for the 2022 Creative Arts Contest.  There were 141 entries in this year’s fair, down a little from previous years, but the quality was definitely evident!  Below are the results of winners for Best of Show:

Art

  • Children: Charlie Maness
  • Youth: Ashlyn Perkey
  • Adult: Judy Hamm
  • Mature Texan: Brenda Hayes, Barbara Hall (Reserve Best of Show)

Bake Show

  • Children: Jolie McCoy, Best of Show and Reserve Best of Show
  • Youth: Camilla Perez, Elijah Nguyen (Reserve Best of Show)
  • Adult: Kristen Applegate, Debbie Stribling (Reserve Best of Show)

Clothing

  • Jaqlynn Chapman

Creative Crafts

  • Kallie Mabe, Best of Show and Reserve Best of Show
  • Youth: Kaede Wolf
  • Adult: Patti Froneberger
  • Mature Texan: Majel Redick

Food Preservation

  • Youth: Rylie Carroll
  • Adult: Charlotte Wilson
  • Mature Texan: Sheila Funderburk, Charles Bryan (Reserve Best of Show)

Handiwork

  • Children: Rosia Childs
  • Youth: Kaede Wolf
  • Adult: Roelie Vellenga
  • Mature Texan: Joan Brennan

Holiday/Seasonal

  • Children: Kallie Mabe
  • Adult: Lisa Williamson
  • Mature Texan: Joan Brennan

Horticulture

  • Youth: Rylie Carroll

Photography

  • Children: Riley Ford, Kallie Mabe (Reserve Best of Show)
  • Youth: Reese Pepys, Best of Show and Reserve Best of Show
  • Adult: Krista Caldwell, Kim Beck (Reserve Best of Show)

Quilts

  • Youth: Lena Reyes

Woodworking

  • Children: Brantley Burnside
  • Youth: Serenity Giles
  • Adult: George Harder

Nursing Home Division

  • Johnny Parker

Contributed by Johanna Hicks, B.S., M.Ed.

Photos by Taylor Nye


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Taylor Nye

Taylor Nye is the editor of Front Porch News. She has degrees from the University of Wisconsin in human biology, Latin American studies, and public health. She has previously worked at the Wisconsin State Journal, Tucson Weekly and Sulphur Springs News-Telegram. As a sixth generation Hopkins County resident, she loves celebrating our heritage and history.