The RHU Castle Cup - Best of Show Wine went to Andrew Sabo with Exhibit Hall Convenor Sylvia Chivers presenting. Jill Hayward photo:

Exhibit Hall awards given out at North Thompson Fall Fair on Labour Day weekend

Here are the winners of the North Thompson Fall Fair Exhibit Hall entries from the numerous divisions offered. The Event was held Sept. 1 – 3 at the North Thompson Fairgrounds in Barriere.

• Best Bale of Hay sponsored by Piva Hay Ranches – Dominic Berger • RHU Castle Cup – Best of Show Wine – Andrew Sabo • Hank Searle Memorial Trophy sponsored by Kelly Searle For High Aggregate Boys & Girls Section – Kimberly Davidson • Leone Woodward Memorial Trophy for High Aggregate for Flowers sponsored by the Woodward Family – Heather Wiebe • Inge Rainer Memorial Home Canning Aggregate sponsored by the Rainer Family – Colleen Christensen • M. W. Dewey Fibre Arts Trophy for highest combined points sponsored by M.W. Dewey’s Fibre Arts Group – Colleen Christensen • Ron Smith Memorial Award for woodworking – Judges Choice – sponsored by Virginia Smith – David Swanson • Susan and Brian Bondar Trophy for Highest Aggregate in the Vegetable Section – D & J Schulte • Susan and Brian Bondar Trophy for Highest Aggregate in the Boys and Girls Vegetable Section – Kate Ann Ekins • Larson Family Award for Hall Grand Aggregate (Top Hal Exhibitor) – Heather Wiebe • Best Jam and Jelly Award With Honey – Isabell Sawich • Best Jam or Jelly sponsored by Bernardin – Tami Myram • Best Preserved Fruit with Honey Award – Judi Klontz • Highest Aggregate Points for Home Canning Special Items – Colleen Christensen • Highest Aggregate Points Youth Home Canning – Kimberley Davison • Highest Aggregate Points Baking – Heather Wiebe • Best Bread (Judges Selection) – Mikael Kjellstrom • Best Youth Baking Entry (Judges Selection) – Bobby-Rae Farrow and Rachel Bijl • Country Fair Baking Contest Robin Hood Flour “Best Family Favourite Recipe” – Colleen Christensen • Country Fair Baking Contest Robin Hood Flour “Best Lunch Box Snack Recipe” – Heather Wiebe • Miss Kitty Memorial Decorated Wheelbarrow – Tami Myram • Best Gift Pack – Bernardin – Division N – Angela Semrick • Creative Craft Award – Bernardin – Celeste Faessler • Best of Show – Bernardin – Catherine Hall

 

Colleen Christensen (left) being presented with the Robin Hood Family Favourite Recipe Award by Baking Convenor Laurie Buis. Jill Hayward photo:

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