North Thompson Fall Fair 2019 exhibit hall winners

The 70th annual North Thompson Fall Fair’s Exhibit Hall was filled to overflowing this year with every manner of baking, horticulture, hobbies, arts, and more. The tables were loaded with numerous items, prime vegetables, and colourful eggs. Wine, quilting, fiber arts, and even school work were proudly displayed by the entrants.

Here are some of the winners from many of the divisions in the Exhibit Hall for 2019.

• Best Bale of Hay, sponsored by Jim and Karen Irving Hay Ranches Ltd – Hugh Fraser.

• RHU Castle Cup for Best of Show in Wine – Gordon Ireland

• Hank Searle Memorial Trophy for High Aggregate in Boys and Girls Section, sponsored by Kelly Searle – Kate-Ann Ekins

• Art Knapp Tropy For Best Scarecrow – Lorelei Rogers

• Leone Woodward Trophy High Aggregate For Flowers, sponsored by the Woodward Family – Heather Wiebe

• Inge Rainer Memorial Home Canning Aggregate – Dorothy Schulte

• M. W. Dewey Fibre Arts Trophy, sponsored by M. W. Dewey’s Family – Mary Van Sickle

• Margaret Edgar Memorial Plaque for Highest Aggregate in Hand Knitting and Crocheting, sponsored by Kamloops Arts and Crafts Club – Mary Van Sickle

• Ron Smith Memorial Award for Woodworking – David Swanson

• Susan and Brian Bondar Trophy for Highest Aggregate in the Vegetable Section – Dorothy Schulte

• Susan and Brian Bondar Trophy for Highest Aggregate in the Boys and Girls Vegetable Section – Kate-Ann Ekins

• L.Larson Family Award – Hall Grand Aggregate – Heather Wiebe

• Best Jam or Jelly Award (with honey) – Sharon Neufeld

• Best Jam or Jelly Award – Tami Myram

• Best Preserved Fruit With Honey Award – Angalie Ward

• Highest Aggregate Points Home Canning (specialty items) – Judith Klontz

• Highest Aggregate Points Baking – Heather Wiebe

• Best Bread (Judges Selection) – Mikael Kjellstrom

• Best Youth Baking – Nicola Koch

• Country Fair Baking Contest “Best Family Favourite Recipe” – Helen Fraser

• Country Fair Baking Contest Crisco “Family Favourite Recipe” – Heather Wiebe

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