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2023 Kentucky State Fair Cloverville results

By Tony Rose, County Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Cooperative Extension Service

Congratulations to all the Adair County youth who participated in the 2023 Kentucky State Fair Cloverville!

Two Adair County youths received Class Champions: Hudson Hancock - Crops Project - Yellow-ear Corn Last Years Crop - Champion, Crops Project -Wheat - Champion, and Crops Project - Yellow-ear Corn Current Years Crop - Champion and MacKenzie Bennett - Photography - Fashion Portrait - Champion.

Cloverville Results:

  • Abby Maulden: Sewing - Unit 2, Non-Clothing Option - Blue Ribbon

  • Alayna Marcum: Horticulture - Upcycle Container Garden - Blue Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Senior Heritage Arts - Blue Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Senior Acrylic Painting - Blue Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Senior Contour Drawing - Blue Ribbon, Horticulture - Cucumbers, Slicing - White Ribbon

  • Ava Harrison: Home Environment - Collage - Blue Ribbon, Horticulture - Potatoes - Blue Ribbon, Horticulture - Peppers, Bell - Red Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Junior Abstract - Red Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Junior Circular Shape Object - White Ribbon

  • Elayna Keltner: Horticulture - Cucumbers, Pickling - Red Ribbon, Horticulture - Squash, Summer - Red Ribbon, Horticulture - Tomato, Beef Steaks - White Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Junior Contour Drawing - White Ribbon

  • Ellie Staten: Home Environment - Unit 2 Decorative Item for Home & Photo - Red Ribbon

  • Gracie Morrison: Photography - Horticulture, Single Color - White Ribbon, Photography - Leadership, Urban Scenic - White Ribbon,

  • Hudson Hancock: Crops Project - Soybeans, Current Yrs Crop - Blue Ribbon, Yellow-ear Corn Last Years Crop - Blue Ribbon and Champion, Yellow-ear Corn Current Years Crop - Blue Ribbon and Champion, Wheat - Blue Ribbon and Champion, Arts & Crafts - Junior Arts Trend - Blue Ribbon

  • Jovie Ray: Photography - Health, Dealing with Stress - Blue Ribbon

  • Kai Den Roach: Photography - Leadership, Formal/Candid Portrait - Blue Ribbon, Photography - Set, Energy - White Ribbon

  • Katelynn Molesky: Arts & Crafts - Senior Color Pencil - Red Ribbon, Photography - Agriculture, Livestock - Red Ribbon, Photography - Natural Resources, Native Plants - Red Ribbon, Photography - Leadership, Event - White Ribbon

  • Katherine Lemmon: Trends - Senior 4-H Cake Decorating - Blue Ribbon

  • Katie Edwards: Food Preservation Exhibits - Green Beans - White Ribbon

  • Lainey Ray: Photography - Natural Resources, Natural Scenic - Red Ribbon

  • Levy Ray: Photography - Natural Resources, Wildlife - White Ribbon

  • Lexi McElhaney: Needlework - Large Crochet Item, Made with Medium Weight Yarn - Red Ribbon

  • MacKenzie Bennett: Photography - Fashion Portrait - Blue Ribbon and Class Champion, Photography - FCS, Family - Blue Ribbon, Photography - FCS, Culture - Blue Ribbon, Photography - Natural Resources, Water - Red Ribbon

  • Maddie Wethington: Arts & Crafts - Junior Acrylic Painting - White Ribbon

  • Maria Burton: Photography - Agriculture, Crops - Red Ribbon, Photography - Patterns/Designs - White Ribbon, Arts & Crafts - Junior Jewelry - White Ribbon

  • Mazimus Arnold: Horticulture - Garden and/or Orchard Displays - Blue Ribbon, Horticulture - Peppers, Hot - Red Ribbon

  • Tristian Sinclair: Photography - Health, Competitive Sports - Blue Ribbon, Trends - Senior Upcycling Project - Blue Ribbon

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