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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 1B

PAULDING COUNTY

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KING Luke Jackson
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FIRST RUNNER-UP KING
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PRINCESS Caroline Wi
JR. KING Trent Thornell
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JR. QUEEN Mariah Griffi

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Junior Fair royalty, crowned on Monday to start the fair, included, front from left Princess Caroline Winans, Junior King Trent Thornell, Prince Caleb McClure and Junior Queen Mariah Griffiths.
2015 Paulding County Fair Queen Alexis Howell (back) presided over the ceremony.

Junior Fair
Special Awards

Outstanding Live
stocker Award
Megan Reineck
Showman of Sh
owmen Award Aaron Horstman

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The Junior Fair King and Queen were crowned at the Paulding County Fair Monday, June 13. Reigning over this years events were
King Luke Jackson and Queen Kacey Reinhart (center). Fair royalty included, from left Austin Howell, first runner-up king; Joseph
Schmidt, second runner-up king; Jackson; Reinhart; Estee Miller, first runner-up queen; Katlynn Fuller, second runner-up queen.

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OUTSTANDING LIVESTOCKER Megan Reineck, daughter of


Matt and Linda Reineck of Paulding, was named this years Outstanding Livestocker at the Paulding County Fair. The award is
for youth in 4-H or FFA who have at least two years experience
udy Wells/Paulding County Progress in animal projects. Judging was based 40 percent on livestock
SHOWMAN OF SHOWMEN Aaron Horstman (right) was the Showman of Showmen winner of this years Paulding County Fair. He is projects, 40 percent other projects, and 20 percent community
being congratulated by Rodney Mobley. The Showman of Showmen competition was held June 17 among the champion of champion service. Applicants also were interviewed by the 4-H Advisory
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winners from beef, dairy, dairy/beef, sheep, swine, goat, horse, rabbit and poultry departments.
Cloverbud Show-N-Tell was
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kids ages 5-8 and in grades
K-2. Projects were judged by
Jr. Leaders members. Each
participant received a ribbon
for their work.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 3B

Junior Fair Beef Cattle


Senior Beef Showmanship
Jared Sukup, first
Junior Beef Showmanship
Morgan Hefner, first
Beginning Beef Showmanship
Kadence Thomas, first
Champion of Champion Beef Showmanship Kadence Thomas, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Brooke
Molitor, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Eli Molitor, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Jacob Sukup, first
Grand Champion Beef Female
Blake Miller, first
Reserve Champion Beef Female

Noah Ryan, second


First Place Class A Beef Feeder
Jared Sukup
Second Place Class A Beef Feeder
Brooke Molitor
First Place Class B Beef Feeder
Jared Sukup
Second Place Class B Beef Feeder
Hannah Molitor
First Place Class C Beef Feeder
Hannah Molitor
Second Place Class C Beef Feeder
Noah Ryan
Champion Beef Feeder Hannah
Molitor, first
Reserve Champion Beef Feeder
Jared Sukup, second

First Place Class A Steer Eli Molitor


Second Place Class A Steer Eli
Molitor
First Place Class B Steer Jared
Sukup
Second Place Class B Steer Alicia
Maag
First Place Class C Steer Joshua
Sukup
Second Place Class C Steer
Jacob Sukup
Champion Market Steer Jared
Sukup, first
Reserve Champion Market Steer
Joshua Sukup, second
Rate of Gain Market Steer Blake
Miller, first

Junior Fair Dairy Beef

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

In the Junior Fair Beef Show, winners included, from left Joshua Sukup Reserve Champion Market Steer, First Place Class C Steer; Jared Sukup First Place Class B Steer, First Place Class A Beef
Senior Dairy Beef Showmanship Second Place Dairy/Beef Feeder Second Place Dairy/Beef Class E Feeder, First Place Class B Beef Feeder, Senior Beef Showmanship, Reserve Champion Beef Feeder
and Champion Market Steer; Jacob Sukup Advanced Skillathon, Second Place Class C Steer.
Tanner Cook, first
Class A Joe Schmidt
Trent Thornell
Junior Dairy Beef Showmanship
Claudia Sinn, first
Beginning Dairy Beef Showmanship Nyle Stoller, first
Champion of Champion Dairy Beef
Showmanship Tanner Cook, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Laura Thornell, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Bethany Klopfenstein, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Megan
Reineck, first
First Place Dairy/Beef Feeder
Class A Hopeful Rose

First Place Dairy/Beef Feeder


Class B Tanner Cook
Second Place Dairy/Beef Feeder
Class B Ezra Sinn
First Place Dairy/Beef Class C
Kacey Reinhart
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class C
Joe Schmidt
First Place Dairy/Beef Class D
Laura Thornell
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class D
Crystal Klopfenstein
First Place Dairy/Beef Class E
Bethany Klopfenstein

First Place Dairy/Beef Class F


Misti Klopfenstein
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class F
Luke Jackson
First Place Dairy/Beef Class G
Samantha Meggison
Second Place Dairy/Beef Class G
Eli Sinn
Grand Champion Dairy Feeder
Misti Klopfenstein
Reserve Champion Dairy Feeder
Laura Thornell

Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Winning trophies in junior fair judging were, from left Eli Molitor First Place Class A Steer, Second
Place Class A Steer, Intermediate Skillathon and Second Place Shooting Sports; Brooke Molitor First
Place Beginning Clothing, First Place Beginner Class Modeling, Beginner Beef Skillathon and Second
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Hopeful Rose won First Place Place Class A Beef Feeder; Hannah Molitor Second Place Class B Beef Feeder, First Place Class C Beef
Feeder, Champion Beef Feeder and Second Place Beginning Clothing.
Class A Dairy/Beef Feeder.
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Judy Wells/Paulding County Progress

Misti Klopfenstein won Cham- Alicia Maag won Second


pion Dairy/Beef Feeder and First Place Class B Steer and Junior
Place Class F Dairy/Beef Feeder. Swine Showmanship.

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Tanner Cook won Senior


Dairy/Beef Showmanship, First
Jack Woods (left) won Second Place Class A Market Lamb and Place Class B Dairy/Beef FeedBeginner Skillathon. Sam Woods won Second Place Class E Mar- er and Second Place Class B
Market Hog.
ket Lamb and Second Place Class C Market Lamb.

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Claudia Sinn Junior Dairy/Beef Showmanship


Laura Thornell Reserve Champion Dairy/Beef Feeder, First Place Class D Dairy/Beef
Joe Schmidt Second Place Class A Diary/Beef, Second Place Class C Dairy/Beef
Trent Thornell Second Place Class E Dairy/Beef

Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress

Multiple-trophy winners during Junior Fair judging included Kalyn Strahley (left) Champion of Champion Sheep Showmanship; Senior Sheep Showmanship, Champion of Champion Horse Showmanship;
Hunter Horse Showmanship, Sr. Western Showmanship, Champion of Champion Pleasure Horse, Reserve Champion Performance Horses, Reserve Champion Standard Breed Poultry, First Place Class E
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Market Lamb; and Hannah Farr, Grand Champion Market Lamb, First Place Class D Market Lamb, Senior
Poultry Showmanship, Champion of Champion Poultry Showmanship, Grand Champion Dairy Animal, Visitors during the Junior Fair Coronation Ceremony on June 13 were the 2015 Wyandot County
Senior Dairy Showmanship, Champion of Champion Dairy Showmanship, Grand Champion Chicken Queen Runner-Up, 2015 Crawford County Junior Fair Queen, Ohio Fairs Queen and 2015 Defiance
County 4-H King and Queen.
Meat Pen and Advanced Chicken Skillathon.

Congratulations to all
county fair participants!

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Junior Fair Swine


Senior Swine Showmanship Ray
Kupfersmith, first
Junior Swine Showmanship Alicia
Maag, first
Beginning Swine Showmanship
Lucas Beckman, first
Champion of Champion Swine
Showmanship Trevor Speice, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Ethan
Steel, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Eric
Thornell, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Autumn
Banks, first
Market Hog Class A First Place
Rachelle Maag, first
Market Hog Class A Second Place
Ethan Steel, second
Market Hog Class B First Place
Mason Steel, first
Market Hog Class B Second Place
Tanner Cook, second

Alicia Maag (left) won Junior Swine Showmanship. Rachelle


Maag won First Place Class A Market Hog and First Place Class
C Market Hog.

Market Hog Class C First Place


Rachelle Maag, first
Market Hog Class C Second Place
Eric Thornell, second
Market Hog Class D First Place
Ray Kupfersmith, first
Market Hog Class D Second Place
Lucas Beckman, second
Market Hog Class E First Place
Trevor Speice, first
Market Hog Class E Second Place
Connor Arend, second
Market Hog Class F First Place
Connor Arend, first
Market Hog Class F Second Place
Justin Speice, second
Grand Champion Market Hog
Connor Arend, first
Reserve Champion Market Hog
Trevor Speice

Junior Fair Rabbits

Junior Fair Swine Show winners included, front from left


Ethan Steel, Beginner Skillathon and Second Place Class A Market Hog; trophy holder Jordan Steel; back row Eric Thornell, Intermediate Skillathon and Second Place Class C Market Hog; Ray Senior Rabbit Showmanship 6 Class Senior Buck Jowaine
Grimes, first
Kupfersmith, Senior Swine Showmanship and First Place Class Alexis Howell, first
D Market Hog; Mason Steel, First Place Class B Market Hog.
Junior Rabbit Showmanship Katy 6 Class Senior Doe Jowaine

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Winners in rabbit show judging included Ethan Noggle (left)


Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress Reserve Champion Rabbit Meat Pen, Intermediate Market Skil Alexis Howell won Grand Champion Pygmy Goat in both Junior lathon, Intermediate Breeding Skillathon; and Katy Williamson,
Fair and open goat show, Senior Rabbit Showmanship, Advanced Grand Champion Rabbit Meat Pen, Beginner Breeding SkillaSkillathon Breeding Goat and Advanced Skillathon Sheep.
thon, Junior Rabbit Showmanship, First Place Doe and Litter.

Williamson, first
Beginning Rabbit Showmanship
Katie Anna Baumle, first
Champion of Champion Rabbit
Showmanship Haleigh Stoller, first
Beginner Market Skill-a-thon
Carter Manz, first
Intermediate Market Skill-a-thon
Ethan Noggle, first
Advanced Market Skill-a-thon
Luke Jackson, first
Beginner Breeding Skillathon
Katy Williamson, first
Intermediate Breeding Skillathon Ethan Noggle, first
Advanced Breeding Skillathon
Jowaine Grimes, first
Grand Champion Single Fryer Jacob Kuhn, first
Reserve Champion Single Fryer
Ben Estle, second
Grand Champion Rabbit Meat Pen
Katy Williamson, first
Reserve Champion Rabbit Meat
Pen Ethan Noggle, second

Grimes, first
6 Class Junior Buck Bailey Meyer,
first
6 Class Junior Doe Jowaine
Grimes, first
Grand Champion 6-Class Bailey
Meyer, first
Best Opposite 6 Class Jowaine
Grimes, first
4 Class Senior Buck Jowaine
Grimes, first
4 Class Senior Doe Jowaine
Grimes, first
4 Class Junior Doe Ethan Noggle,
first
Grand Champion 4 Class Jowaine
Grimes, first
Best Opposite 4 Class Jowaine
Grimes, first
Mixed Breed Rabbit Overall
Jowaine Grimes, first
Best of Show Bailey Meyer, first
Best Opposite, All Breeds Jowaine
Grimes, first
Doe & Litter Katy Williamson, first

Junior Fair
Small Animals
SMALL ANIMALS
You and Your Dog Ilse Zijlstra, best
Dog Obedience Bailey Meyer, best
Dog Performance Sydney Trahin, best
Cavy Project Riley Smith, best
Pet Rabbit Jacob Banks, best
TROPHIES
First Place Small Animal Sydney
Trahin
Second Place Small Animal Bailey Meyer

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

In judging for Small Animal, Horseless Horse and Jr. Leaders projects, winners included, front from left Sydney Trahin, First Place Dog
Performance and First Place Small Animal Project; Riley Smith, First Place Cavy Project; Mallory Mansfield, First Place From Airedales to
Zebras, Level 1 and First Place Veterinary Science Project; Faith Meraz, First Place All Systems Go! Level 2 and Second Place Veterinary Science Project; Jacob Banks, First Place Pet Rabbit Project; Isabella Meyer, First Place Horseless Horse Project; Bailey Meyer, First Place Dog
Obedience Project; Chloe Beining, Second Place Cat Project; back row Estee Miller, Second Place Jr. Leaders Project; Alex Reinhart, First
Place Climbing Up, Level 2 and First Place Cat Project; Jacob Stouffer, First Place Purr-fect Pals, Level 1.

All System Go!, Level 2 Faith Meraz, best


TROPHIES
First Place Veterinary Science
Mallory Mansfield
Second Place Veterinary Science
Faith Meraz
HORSELESS HORSE
Horseless Horse Isabella Meyer, best
TROPHIES
First Place Horseless Horse Project Isabella Meyer

CATS
Purr-fect Pals, Level 1 Jacob
Stouffer, best
Climbing Up, Level 2 Alex Reinhart, best
TROPHIES
First Place Cat Alex Reinhart
Second Place Cat Chloe Beining

JUNIOR LEADERS
Jr. Leaders Christine Clapsaddle,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Junior Leaders Christine Clapsaddle
Second Place Junior Leaders Estee Miller
STATE FAIR DELEGATES Jacob
VETERINARY SCIENCE
Stouffer, Chloe Beining, Alex ReinFrom Airedales to Zebras, Level 1 hart, Mallory Mansfield, Faith Meraz,
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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 5B

Junior Fair
Dairy
Senior Dairy Showmanship Hannah Farr, first
Champion of Champion Dairy
Showmanship Hannah Farr, first
Junior Yearling Heifer Hannah
Farr, first
Senior Yearling Heifer Hannah
Farr, first
Grand Champion Dairy Animal
Hannah Farr
Reserve Champion Dairy Animal
Hannah Farr

Katie Beckman won First Place Class D Market Goat.

Goat Show winners included Brooke Kilgore (front), Hunter Kesler won Reserve ChamFirst Place Class E Market Goat, Second Place Class B pion Market Goat and Second Place
Market Goat and Beginning Goat Showmanship; Estee Class H Market Goat.
Miller, Advanced Skillathon Market Goat and Second
Place Class A Market Goat; and Aaron Horstman, Champion of Champion Goat Showmanship, First Place Class
A Market Goat and Reserve Champion Senior Boer Doe.

Junior Fair Goats


Senior Goat Showmanship Trent
Church, first
Junior Goat Showmanship Jalynn
Parrett, first
Beginning Goat Showmanship
Brooke Kilgore, first
Champion of Champion Goat
Showmanship Aaron Horstman,
first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Market Goat
Anna Meraz, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Market
Goat Faith Meraz, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Market
Goat Estee Miller, first
Beginner Skill-a-thon Breeding
Goat Anna Meraz, first
Intermediate Skill-a-thon Breeding Goat Faith Meraz, first
Advanced Skill-a-thon Breeding
Goat Alexis Howell, first
Grand Champion Dairy Goat Faith
Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Dairy Goat
Libby Meraz, second
Grand Champion Pet Goat Bailey
Meyer, first
Reserve Champion Dairy Goat
Ilse Zijlstra, second
Grand Champion Pygmy Goat
Alexis Howell, first
Reserve Champion Pygmy Goat
Colton Howell, second
Grand Champion Dairy Market
Goat Anna Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Dairy Market
Goat Faith Meraz, second
0-3 months Breeding Boer Doe
Emma Horstman
3-6 months Breeding Boer Doe
Lexie Beckman, first
6-9 months Breeding Boer Doe
Jocelynn Parrett, first

Grand Champion Junior Boer Doe


Jocelynn Parrett, first
Reserve Champion Junior Boer
Doe Jalynn Parrett, second
Yearling 12-24 months Breeding
Boer Doe Aaron Horstman, first
Aged 36 months Breeding Boer
Doe Jalynn Parrett, first
Grand Champion Senior Boer Doe
Jalynn Parrett, first
Reserve Champion Senior Boer
Doe Aaron Horstman, second
Grand Champion Overall Boer Doe
Jalynn Parrett, first
Reserve Champion Overall Boer
Doe Jocelynn Parrett, second
Grand Champion Jr. Dairy Goat
Faith Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Jr. Dairy Goat
Faith Meraz, second
First Place Jr. Dairy Kid Libby
Meraz
Second Place Jr. Dairy Kid Anna
Meraz
First Place Dairy Wether Lily Halter
Second Place Dairy Wether Anna
Clemens
First Place Dry Yearling Faith
Meraz
Second Place Dry Yearling Caylin
Johanns
Grand Champion Sr. Dairy Goat
Faith Meraz, first
Reserve Champion Sr. Dairy Goat
Anna Meraz, second
First Place Doe 1-2 Years In Milk
Libby Meraz
Second Place Doe 1-2 Years In
Milk Faith Meraz
First Place Doe 3-4 Years In Milk
Faith Meraz

Doe 5 Years In Milk Anna Clemens, first


First Place Class A Market Goat
Aaron Horstman
Second Place Class A Market Goat
Estee Miller
First Place Class B Market Goat
Marley Parrett
Second Place Class B Market Goat
Brooke Kilgore
First Place Class C Market Goat
Lexie Beckman
Second Place Class C Market Goat
Meghan Todd
First Place Class D Market Goat
Katelyn Beckman
Second Place Class D Market Goat
Jalynn Parrett
First Place Class E Market Goat
Brooke Kilgore
Second Place Class E Market Goat
Brendan Hornish
First Place Class F Market Goat
Joshua Kuhn
Second Place Class F Market Goat
Meghan Todd
First Place Class G Market Goat
Jocelynn Parrett
Second Place Class G Market Goat
Janae Pease
First Place Class H Market Goat
Brendan Hornish
Second Place Class H Market Goat
Hunter Kesler
Grand Champion Market Goat
Brendan Hornish, first
Reserve Champion Market Goat
Hunter Kesler, second
Rate of Gain Goats Kyle Mobley,
first

The Junior Fair Goat Show was held June 14. Among the winners were sisters, from left Anna
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Junior Fair Sheep


Senior Sheep Showmanship Ka- Second Place Class B Market
lyn Strahley, first
Lamb Austin Howell
Junior Sheep Showmanship Cam- First Place Class C Market Lamb
eron Graham, first
Cameron Graham
Beginning Sheep Showmanship Second Place Class C Market
Mackenzie Weible, first
Lamb Sam Woods
Champion of Champion Sheep First Place Class D Market Lamb
Showmanship Kalyn Strahley, first Hannah Farr
Beginner Skill-a-thon
Woods, first

Jack Second Place Class D Market


Lamb Mackenzie Weible

Intermediate Skill-a-thon Brooke First Place Class E Market Lamb


Gruelach, first
Kalyn Strahley
Advanced Skill-a-thon Alexis Second Place Class E Market
Howell, first
Lamb Sam Woods
First Place Class A Market Lamb Grand Champion Market Lamb
Brooke Gruelach, first
Hannah Farr, first
Second Place Class A Market Reserve Champion Market Lamb
Lamb Jack Woods
Mackenzie Weible, second

Mackenzie Weible won Reserve Champion Market Lamb, Begin- Hannah Farr won for Grand Champion Market Lamb and First First Place Class B Market Lamb Rate of Gain Market Lamb Ally Jo
ning Sheep Showmanship and Second Place Class D Market Lamb. Place Class D Market Lamb.
Merriman, first
Brooke Gruelach

Junior Fair
Family Consumer Sciences
HEALTH
First Aid in Action Ross Lee, best
Alcohol Decisions Alan Keysor,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Health Project Ross
Lee
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Ross Lee, Kaela Lucas, Hailee Huner
(alternate)

STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS


Maggie Cox, Lynelle Schneider, Courtney Luderman, Hannah Wilhelm, Kalin
Gerber, Aleyah Cline (alternate), Madelyn ODonnell (alternate)

HOME DECORATING
Makeover My Space Anne Eklund,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Home Decorating Project Anne Eklund
LEISURE ACTIVITIES
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Cake Decorating Maggie Cox,
Anne Eklund
best
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Cameron Graham won First Place Class C Austin Howell won Second Place Class B
Market Lamb and Junior Sheep Showmanship. Market Lamb.

My Favorite Things Fred Hoagland, best


Scrapbooking Courtney Luderman, best
You Can Quilt Kalin Gerber, best
TROPHIES
First Place Leisure Activity Project
Courtney Luderman
Second Place Leisure Activity
Maggie Cox

First Place Self-Determined Estee Miller


Second Place Self-Determined
Catherine Strable
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Estee Miller, Catherine Strable (alternate)

CREATIVE ARTS
Get Started in Art Raelyn Schweinsberg, best
TROPHIES
First Place Creative Arts Raelyn
Schweinsberg
Second Place Creative Arts
MONEY MANAGEMENT
Haylee Finfrock
Becoming Money Wise Matthew STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Stouffer, best
Raelyn Schweinsberg
TROPHIES
First Place Money Management DISCOVERING 4-H
Discovering 4-H Kahlea Shook,
Project Matthew Stouffer
best
SELF-DETERMINED
TROPHIES
Self Determined Estee Miller, best First Place Discovering 4-H
Kahlea Shook
TROPHIES

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Family Consumer Sciences projects were judged June 17. Winners included, front row from left
Raelyn Schweinsberg, First Place Get Started in Art and First Place Creative Arts; Kahlea Shook,
First Place Discovering 4-H; back row Hailee Finfrock, Second Place Creative Arts; Estee Miller,
First Place Self-Determined Project; Matthew Stouffer, First Place Becoming Money Wise and First
Place Money Management Project; Catherine Strable, Second Place Self-Determined Project; Fredrick Hoagland, First Place My Favorite Things Project.

Junior Fair Style Revue


BEGINNING PROJECTS
Sew Fun Brooke Molitor, best
Tops for Tweens Hannah Molitor,
best
ADVANCED PROJECTS
Creative Costumes Adrienne
Rosswurm, best

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Among the winners in Family Consumer Science projects were, from left Ross Lee, First Place First
Aid in Action and First Place Health Project; Maggie Cox, First Place Cake Decorating and Second Place
Leisure Activity Project; Alan Keysor, First Place Alcohol Decisions; Courtney Luderman, First Place
Scrapbooking and First Place Leisure Activity Project; Kalin Gerber, First Place You Can Quilt!.

Bernadyne Rogers Memorial


Best Beginning Clothing Award Award Kahlea Shook
Outstanding Clothing Award AdriBrooke Molitor, first
enne Rosswurm
Second Place Beginning Clothing
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Hannah Molitor, second
Brooke Molitor, Hannah Molitor,
Best Advanced Clothing Award Adrienne Rosswurm, Kahlea Shook
Adrienne Rosswurm, first
(alternate)
TROPHIES

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 7B

Junior Fair Conservation


Science & Engineering
ELECTRICITY
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Magic of Electricity Cameron Ethan Noggle, Dustyn McCloud, Eli
Cox, best
Molitor
Investigating Electricity Ethan
ATV
Noggle, best
ATV Safety Cale Winans, best
TROPHIES
First Place Electricity - Cameron TROPHIES
First Place ATV Project Cale
Cox
Winans
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Cameron Cox
CONSERVATION
Lets Explore the Outdoors Isaac
WELDING
Arcs and Sparks Abram Klopfen- Smalley, best
Ohio Birds Jonathon Reinhard,
stein, best
best
TROPHIES
First Place Welding Project Trapping Muskrats in Ohio Joe
Schmidt, best
Abram Klopfenstein
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS Abram TROPHIES
First Place Conservation Joe
Klopfenstein
Schmidt
WOODWORKING
Second Place Conservation ConMeasuring Up, Level 1 Jessica nor Baumle
Thornell, best
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Making the Cut, Level 2 Bryce Joe Schmidt, Connor Baumle (alterRosswurm, best
nate)
TROPHIES
First Place Woodworking Bryce FISHING
Fishing for Beginners Anna
Rosswurm
Second Place Woodworking Jes- Clemens, best
TROPHIES
sica Thornell
John & Bernadyne Rogers Wood- First Place Fishing Anna Clemens
working Award Therin Coyne
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Anna Clemens
Bryce Rosswurm
SHOOTING SPORTS
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Safe Use of Guns Eli Moore, best
Rockets Away 2-Liter Jacob Basic Archery Riley Stoller, best
Stouffer, best
TROPHIES
Science Fun with Flight Tim Key- First Place Shooting Sports Riley
sor, best
Stoller
Rockets Away Estes Jeremiah Second Place Shooting Sports
Koenig, best
Eli Moore
Robotics 1 with LEGO EV3 Ryan STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Bakle, best
Eli Moore, Riley Stoller, Anna Meraz
Rocket Master Jacob Klopfen- (alternate), Libby Meraz (alternate)
stein, best
TROPHIES
PHOTOGRAPHY
First Place Sci. & Technology Focus on Photography, Level 1
Jacob Klopfenstein
Liza Carpenter, best
Second Place Sci. & Technology Controlling the Image, Level 2
Jacob Stouffer
Elle Moore, best
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Mastering Photography, Level 3
Jacob Stouffer, Jeremiah Koenig, Ja- Allison Reineck, best
cob Klopfenstein
TROPHIES
First Place Photography Allison
SMALL ENGINES
Reineck
Crank It Up Jacob Keough, best
Second Place Photography Liza
TROPHIES
Carpenter
First Place Small Engines Jacob STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Keough
Allison Reineck
TRACTOR & MACHINERY OPERATION
Tractor 2: Gearing Up For Safety
Dustyn McCloud, best
Tractor 3: Moving Out Eli Molitor,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Tractor Project Dustyn McCloud

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Among the winners in Conservation, Science & Engineering projects were, from left Ethan Noggle, First Place Investigating
Electricity; Cameron Cox, First Place Magic of Electricity and First Place Electricity Project; Bryce Rosswurm, First Place Making
the Cut, Level 2 and First Place Woodworking Project; Abram Klopfenstein, First Place Arcs and Sparks Project and First Place
Welding Project; Jessica Thornell, First Place Measuring Up, Level 1 and Second Place Woodworking Project; Therin Coyne, John
and Bernadyne Rogers Woodworking Award.

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Judging of Conservation, Science & Engineering projects was held June 17. Among the winners were, front row from left Tim
Keysor, First Place Science Fun with Flight; Jeremiah Koenig, First Place Rockets Away Estes; Jacob Keough, First Place Crank it
Up and First Place Small Engines Project; back row Jacob Stouffer, First Place Rockets Away 2-Liter and Second Place Science
and Technology Project; Ryan Bakle, First Place Robotics 1 with Lego EV3 Project; Jacob Klopfenstein, First Place Rocket Master
and First Place Science and Technology Project; Eli Molitor, First Place Tractor 3: Moving Out Project.

WRITING
The Writer In You Madison Coyne,
best
TROPHIES
First Place Writing Project Madison Coyne

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Trophy winners for photography and writing projects included, from left Liza Carpenter, First
Place Focus on Photography, Level 1 and Second Place Photography; Allison Reineck, First Place
Mastering Photography, Level 3 and First Place Photography; Madison Coyne, First Place The
Writer in You and First Place Writing Project; Elle Moore, First Place Controlling the Image, Level 2.

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Trophy winners at Conservation, Science & Engineering judging were, from left Riley Stoller,
First Place Basic Archery Project and First Place Shooting Sports; Jonathon Reinhard, First Place
Ohio Birds Project; Isaac Smalley, First Place Lets Explore the Outdoors Project; Anna Clemens,
First Place Fishing for Beginners Project and First Place Fishing.

Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress

Joe Schmidt won First Place


Conservation Project for his In Tuesdays Modeling Contest, Brooke Weidenhamer (right) won
in the Advanced Class category and also Best Overall Model.
rope project.

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Cloverbud Class Emma Stouffer
Beginner Class Brooke Molitor
Intermediate Class Adrienne
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Advanced Class Brooke Weidenhamer
Best Overall Model Brooke Weidenhamer

8B- Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Junior Fair Food & Nutrition


BEGINNING PROJECTS
Lets Start Cooking - Crystal Klopfenstein, best
Snack Attack Rayni Rister, best
Fast Break for Breakfast - Kristin
Wannemacher, best
INTERMEDIATE PROJECTS
Lets Bake Quick Breads Hannah
Wilhelm, best
Sports Nutrition 2: Get Set Anne
Eklund, best
Star Spangled Foods Rayni Rister,
best
Racing the Clock to Awesome
Meals Sydney Reineck, best
ADVANCED PROJECTS
Yeast Breads on the Rise - Megan
Reineck, best
Youre the Chef Katelyn Estle,
best
Beyond the Grill Isaac Smalley,
best

Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Winners in Food and Nutrition judging included, front from left Kristin Wannemacher, First Place Fast Break for Breakfast; Crystal Klopfenstein, First Place Lets Start Cooking and First Place Beginner Cooking Project; Rayni Rister, First Place Snack Attack!,
First Place Star Spangled Foods, Second Place Beginner Cooking Project and First Place Intermediate Cooking Project; back row
Sydney Reineck, First Place Racing the Clock to Awesome Meals; Megan Reineck, First Place Yeast Breads on the Rise and Second
Place Advanced Food Project; Anne Eklund, First Place Sports Nutrition 2: Get Set and Second Place Intermediate Food Project;
Hannah Wilhelm, First Place Lets Bake Quick Breads.

TROPHIES
Best Beginning Food Project
Crystal Klopfenstein, first
Second Place Beginning Food
Project Rayni Rister, second
Best Intermediate Food Project
Rayni Rister, first
Second Place Intermediate Food
Project Anne Eklund, second
Best Advanced Food Project
Katelyn Estle, first
Second Place Advanced Food Project Megan Reineck, second
First Place Food Science Kathryn
Oberlin, first
Bernadyne Rogers Memorial
Award Samuel Moore

STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS


Megan Reineck, Katelyn Estle,
Christine Clapsaddle (alternate),
Hannah Wilhelm, Anne Ekllund, Kaitlyn Doster, Joy Moran, Rayni Rister,
Sydney Reineck, Nathan Wilhelm
(alternate), Crystal Klopfenstein,
Kristin Wannemacher, Kahlea Shook
FOOD SCIENCE
(alternate), Raelyn Schweinsberg
Science Fun with Kitchen Chemistry (alternate), Kathryn Oberlin, Jocelynn Parrett (alternate)
Kathryn Oberlin, best

Junior Fair
Horticulture
VEGETABLE GARDENING
Lawncare Carson Rupp
How Does Your Garden Grow Rayni Rister
Grow Your Own Vegetables Katy
Williamson
TROPHIES
First Place Vegetable Gardening
Katy Williamson
First Place Horticulture Rayni
Rister
STATE FAIR QUALIFIERS
Rayni Rister, Katy Williamson, Alexis
Keysor (alternate), Jordan McDorman (alternate)

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

The Paulding County Master Gardener Volunteers held a Garden Treasures


Contest. Awards were given for best fairy gardens (miniature gardens) in two
age categories, youth (ages 6-17) and adult (18 and up). First Place Fairy Garden Youth (above) was won by Delana Noggle. Second place went to Rayni
Rister. Fairy Garden Adult winner was Sarah Sajuan.

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Photo courtesy Michael Schweinsberg/OSU Extension

Gardening and Horticulture winners included, from left Carson Rupp, First Place
Lawncare; Katy Williamson, First Place Grow Your Own Vegetables and First Place
Vegetable Gardening; Rayni Rister, First Place How Does Your Garden Grow and First
Place Horticulture.

Congratulations

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 9B

Junior Fair Poultry


Senior Poultry Showmanship
Hannah Farr, first
Junior Poultry Showmanship
Bethany Klopfenstein, first
Beginning Poultry Showmanship
Ashley Bulka, first
Champion of Champion Poultry
Showmanship Hannah Farr, first
Beginning Chicken Skill-a-thon
Ryan Rupp, first
Intermediate Chicken Skill-a-thon
Madison Coyne, first
Advanced Chicken Skill-a-thon
Hannah Farr, first
Beginning Turkey Skill-a-thon
Anna Clemens, first
Intermediate Turkey Skill-a-thon
Bethany Klopfenstein, first
Advanced Turkey Skill-a-thon Jacob Klopfenstein, first
Beginning Duck or Geese Skill-athon Xander Kohart, first
Intermediate Duck or Geese Skilla-thon Haylee Finfrock, first
Advanced Duck or Geese Skill-athon Abby McMichael, first
Grand Champion Chicken Meat
Pen Hannah Farr, first
Reserve Champion Chicken Meat
Pen Jonathan Reinhard, second

Grand Champion Turkey Meat Pen


Jacob Klopfenstein, first
Reserve Champion Turkey Meat
Pen Jacob Klopfenstein, second
Grand Champion Tom Turkey Jonathan Reinhard, first
Reserve Champion Tom Turkey
Bethany Klopfenstein, second
Grand Champion Duck Meat Pen
of Two Austin Kuhn, first
Reserve Champion Duck Meat Pen
of Two Xander Kohart, second
Grand Champion Geese Meat Pen
of Two Emily Reinhard, first
Reserve Champion Geese Meat
Pen of Two Emily Reinhard, second
Grand Champion Standard Breed
Sydney Coyne, first
Reserve Champion Standard
Breed Kalyn Strahley, second
Grand Champion Bantam Breed
Sam Woods, first
Reserve Champion Bantam Breed
Sam Woods, second
Grand Champion Exhibition Bird
Sam Woods, first
Reserve Champion ExhibitioBird
Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress
Faith Meraz, second
Among the winners in poultry judging were, from left Jonathan Reinhard Reserve Champion Poultry Meat Pen and Grand

Champion Tom Turkey; Anna Clemens Beginning Turkey Skillathon; Faith Meraz Reserve Champion Exhibition Bird; Sydney
Coyne Grand Champion Standard Breed.

In the Junior Fair Poultry Show, Sam Woods won trophies for
Grand Champion Bantam Breed, Reserve Champion Bantam
Breed and Grand Champion Exhibition Bird.

Junior fair
kids qualify
for state fair

More than 40 junior fair participants have qualified to compete at the Ohio State Fair, to be
held July 27-Aug. 7. Those qualifying are:
Connor Baumle, Chloe
Beining, Anna Clemens, Cameron Cox, Maggie Cox, Kaitlyn
Doster, Anne Eklund, Katelyn
Estle, Kalin Gerber,
Abram Klopfenstein, Crystal
Klopfenstein, Jacob Klopfenstein, Jeremiah Koenig, Ross
Lee, Kaela Lucas, Courtney Luderman,
Mallory Mansfield, Dustyn
McCloud, Faith Meraz, Estee
Miller, Brooke Molitor, Eli Molitor, Hannah Molitor, Eli Moore,
Joy Moran, Ethan Noggle, Kathryn Oberlin,
Allison Reineck, Megan
Reineck, Sydney Reineck, Alex
Reinhart, Rayni Rister, Adrienne
Rosswurm, Bryce Rosswurm,
Joe Schmidt, Lynelle Schneider, Raelyn Schweinsberg, Riley
Stoller, Jacob Stouffer, Kristin
Wannemacher, Hannah Wilhelm, Katy Williamson.
Those qualifying as state fair
alternates are:
Ryan Bostelman, Christine
Clapsaddle, Aleyah Cline, Hailee Huner, Alexis Keysor, Jordan
McDorman, Anna Meraz, Libby
Meraz,
Madelyn ODonnell, Jocelynn Parrett, Raelyn Schweinsberg, Kahlea Shook, Catherine
Strable, Meghan Todd, Nathan
Wilhelm.

Winners in poultry and dairy/beef judging included, from left Crystal Klopfenstein Second Place Class D Dairy/Beef Feeder D
and Beginner Dairy/Beef Skillathon; Jacob Klopfenstein Advanced Turkey Skillathon, First Place Science and Technology Project,
Grand Champion Turkey Meat Pen, Reserve Champion Turkey Meat Pen, Second Place Senior Poultry Showmanship; Bethany Klopfenstein Intermediate Turkey Skillathon, Intermediate Dairy/Beef Skillathon, First Place Class E Dairy/Beef Feeder, Junior Poultry
Showmanship, Reserve Champion Tom Turkey, Second Place Junior Dairy/Beef Showmanship.

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Denise Gebers/Paulding County Progress

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10B- Paulding County Progress Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Junior Fair
Booth
Judging
Best Use of Theme Brown Bettys
and Buster Browns 4-H Club
Most Creative Award Flatrock Jr.
Farmers 4-H Club
Most Educational Award Livewires 4-H Club
Best Use of Color Award Campground Kids 4-H Club

Livewires 4-H Club won Most Educational Award in booth judging.

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress


Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

The Flatrock Jr. Farmers 4-H Clubs display won Most Creative
Award in booth judging.

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

Melinda Krick/Paulding County Progress

The Campground Kids 4-H Club won Best Use of Color award in booth judging.

The Brown Bettys and Buster Browns 4-H Club won Best Use of Booth Theme award in booth
judging.

Junior Fair Poster Contest


Brooke Kilgore, second
BEEF
Sr. Division Alicia Maag, first;
Jr. Division ages 13 and under; RABBITS
Courtney Kupfersmith, second
Sr.
Division

Estee
Miller,
first;
Jr.
Division

Ezra
Sinn,
first;
RachSr. Division ages 14 and over
Jr. Division Ethan Noggle, first;
POULTRY
Jr. Division Bethany Klopfenstein,
first; Hailey Finfrock, second
Sr. Division Brooke Weidenhamer,
first; Jacob Klopfenstein, second

Joshua Kuhn, second

elle Maag, second


Sr. Division Hannah Farr, first; HORSES
SHEEP
Sr. Division Courtney Luderman,
Blake Miller, second
Jr. Division Katelyn Beckman,
Jr. Division Bryce Rosswurm, first;
first; Haleigh Stoller, second
first; Sydney Tranhin, second
Sam & Jack Woods, second
SWINE
GOATS
Sr. Division Hannah Farr, first; Jr. Division Cale Winans, first; Jes- Sr. Division Samantha Meggison,
Jr. Division Abigail Bail, first; Courtney Luderman, second
sica Thornell, second
first; Jowaine Grimes, second
Maggie Cox, second

Congratulations
to the

4H & FFA
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at the

Paulding County Fair

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Paulding County Progress - 11B

Junior Fair
Parade
Judging
First Place Float Campground
Kids 4-H Club
Second Place Float Leaders of
Tomorrow 4-H Club
Third Place Float Brown Betty &
Buster Browns 4-H Club

The Junior Fair Parade was one of the first events to open the Paulding County Fair. In float judging, Campground Kids 4-H Club won first place, Leaders of Tomorrow
4-H Club won second place, and Brown Bettys and Buster Browns 4-H Club won third place.

Junior Fair Horses


Results from the Junior Fair
Pleasure & Performance Horse
Show on June 16 and the Junior
Fair Contesting Horse Show on

s
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to al tors
bi
Exhi

June 17 were not made available


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Progress as soon as possible.

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