Provincial Winter Fair photography results

results for the 2012 Provincial Winter Fair Photography competitions

Photography Showmanship

Junior:

1st – Emma Hamblin – Yellowhead 4-H

2nd – Shyla McColl – Clinton 4-H

3rd – Echo-Dawn Wilson – Clinton 4-H

Intermediate:

1st – Kailey Dube – Clinton 4-H

2nd – Bacardi Zimmerlee – Clinton 4-H

3rd – Tayler McCullough – Clinton 4-H

4th (tie) – Natasha Escobedo– Clinton 4-H & Kieran Semrick – Yellowhead 4-H

Senior:

1st – Kevin Boys – Clinton 4-H

 

Photography Showmanship Champion:

Kailey Dube – Clinton 4-H

Photography Showmanship Reserve Champion: Emma Hamblin – Yellowhead 4-H

 

Photography Unit 1 – Adventures with Your Camera

1st – Bacardi Zimmerlee – Clinton 4-H

2nd – Natasha Escobedo– Clinton 4-H

3rd – Kieran Semrick – Yellowhead 4-H

4th – Shyla McColl – Clinton 4-H

5th – Emma Hamblin – Yellowhead 4-H

6th – Echo-Dawn Wilson – Clinton 4-H

7th – Kevin Boys – Clinton 4-H

 

Photography Unit 2 – Getting to Know Your Camera

1st – Kailey Dube – Clinton 4-H

2nd – Tayler McCullough – Clinton 4-H

 

Photography – Large Framed Photo (Order of Sale)

1st – Kevin Boys – Clinton 4-H

2nd – Tayler McCullough – Clinton 4-H

3rd – Kailey Dube – Clinton 4-H

4th – Echo-Dawn Wilson – Clinton 4-H

5th – Natasha Escobedo– Clinton 4-H

6th – Emma Hamblin – Yellowhead 4-H

7th – Bacardi Zimmerlee – Clinton 4-H

8th – Shyla McColl – Clinton 4-H

9th – Kieran Semrick – Yellowhead 4-H

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