Project champions #6

Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Champions in the non-animal categories of the Huntington County 4-H Fair were announced during awards night on Wednesday, July 25. The event was held in the show arena at Hier's Park. Winners include (front row from left) Maddie Weller, black and white photography; Benjamin Warpup, genealogy and aquatic science; Wilson Whicker, wildlife; Merisa Walter, color photography; Jeffery Whicker, wildlife and arts and crafts; Eli Wood, llama/alpaca; Shelby Bradford, fashion revue, sewing, arts and crafts and food preservation; (second row from left) Alex Tolen, color print photography and experimental photography; Michael Winters, tractor; Chase Williams, junior dairy showmanship; Kaitlyn Winters; overall corn, oats, senior farm tractor poster and grand champion dairy feed steer; Trevor Teeple, pistol; Josef Thomson, foods: baked and electricity; Kendra Wright, genealogy; Austin Stucky, rocketry; and (back row from left) Brooke Dennis, female royalty champion, floral arrangement, tractor poster; Zach Shearer, senior gaming pigmy; Julie Winters, floral arrangements, cake decorating, tractor poster and soil and water; Halley Williams, sewing; Tess Widener, foods, floral arrangements; Lane Whitted, Hereford Barrow steer; Katie Stephan, personality; and Robert Sliger III, round robin.