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2017 Adair Co. Fair: 4-H Floral Hall entries Best of Show winners

See complete list of prizes won by Kaitlyn Rodgers, Hayden Hancock, Aunika Selch, Elizabeth Marcum, Gabby Salyers, Mattie Moss, Alayna Marcum, Matthew Moss, Abby Maulden, Gracie Morrison, Brent Moore, and Hudson Hancock by clicking on headline

Information courtesy Tony Rose
Adair County Agent for 4-H and Youth

Adair County Fair 4-H Floral Hall entries and "Best of Show" include:

  • Kaitlyn Rodgers - photo

  • Hayden Hancock, arts and crafts

  • Aunika Selch, photos

  • Elizabeth Marcum, arts and crafts, and horticulture

  • Gabby Salyers, photos and arts and crafts

  • Mattie Moss, beans, peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes and pumpkin

  • Alayna Marcum, squash, beans, pepper, cucumber, sweet corn, Lego art, sand art, Wood painted item, marker colored picture, crayon art, watercolor art, baskets and cupcakes

  • Matthew Moss, beans, paper, pumpkin, sliced and cucumber, tomato, and Lego art

  • Abby Maulden, Lego art, wood painted item, marker colored picture, crayons colored picture, acrylic painting, charcoal and chalk art, jewelry, craft from fabric

  • Gracie Morrison, crayon colored picture, acrylic painting, wood craft and ceramics

  • Brent Moore, Lego art, crayon art, photo, pencil drawing, Bible school craft

  • Hudson Hancock, color pencil drawing and flower items.


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Lego art by Abby Maulden



2017-07-06 - Extension Office, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, columbiamagazine.com.
Abby Maulden's Lego art was a winner in the 4-H Floral Hall exhibits at the Adair County Jaycee Fair. - LW

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