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The Christian County Fair start date is less than a month away and the Fair Board is doing everything they can to get the public ready for it. The Fair starts on Tuesday July 26th, and is a week later than it normally is to make sure that it can have the same carnival that the community has enjoyed for years past. Jim Olive, Christian County Fair Board President, said the start date won't be the only thing new for the fair this year, but to expect some new events, especially during the night of pageants.

Olive also highlighted the horticulture and agricultural events that will be taking place during the fair.

People can enter themselves in the Horticultural contests or get information from Linda Binger by calling her at 217-824-8946. And For more information on the full fair and it's events, go to christiancountyfair.com. Olive recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.

 

 

The Christian County Fair is on its way with events spanning from July 26th through the 30th. While the tractor pull, demolition derby, and pageants are a great time, one portion that is a huge part of any fair, especially the Christian County Fair, is the Livestock and Agriculture shows. Lee Mateer, Livestock Superintendent of the Christian County Fair, said the week is jam packed with livestock and agriculture events and shows.

Mateer said that the 4H part of the fair is really important because kids are able to show off what they love to do and it helps kids learn how to raise livestock and vegetation to get the new generation of farmers prepared for a career that might be ahead of them.

For more information and daily events for the Christian County Fair, visit christiancountyfair.com. Mateer recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.

 

 

The Christian County Fair start date continues to creep closer with kickoff on July 26th. The Christian County Fair tends to be regarded as one of the best county fairs in the state, and has many major attractions like the Illinois State Championship Chili Cookoff, stock car races, and the demolition derby that sells out every year. Mike Drea, Secretary of the Christian County Fair Board said that they always try to make the fair a family friendly and fun event, and they also try to make it as diverse as possible so it can appeal to just about anyone.

One attraction that Drea made sure to highlight was the Helicopter rides they'll have every day from late afternoon until sundown.

The full list of events at the Christian County Fair can be found at christiancountyfair.com. Drea was recently a guest on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.

 

 

The Christian County Fair brings many different attractions to the community, whether they're rides, live stock auctions, pageants, or cook offs. The Exhibit portion of the fair allows people to see home cooked baked goods, homemade arts and crafts and much more. Linda Binger, Superintendent of Exhibits of the Christian County Fair said that there are two classes of exhibits, open and junior, where people will bring in many categories of items, all made themselves.

Binger said the exhibits are a way for people to show what they have made, and enjoy the competition of who has the better wares in each category. She also said the top 5 winners in each category win ribbons and monetary prizes, and are judged by five out of county judges.

Entry will be available until noon Monday July 25th, and entry forms can be found at the fair office or online at christiancountyfair.com. Binger recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.

 

 

The Christian County Fair is just one week away, and during that week, there is one day that the Christian County Ag Group is focused on. On Thursday, July 28th, the Christian County Ag Group is holding their Ag Appreciation Luncheon at noon at the fair. Patty Hornbuckle, CEO of the Greater Taylorville Chamber of Commerce said the lunch is free, it's just important that anyone who wants to attend gets a ticket.

Hornbuckle said that getting the tickets will also allow you to be put in a drawing for door prizes during the lunch, and the Christian County Ag Group is still looking for more door prizes from donors.

For more information you can contact Hornbuckle at the chamber office at 217-824-4919, email her at taylorvillechamber@gmail.com, or visit them on the second floor of US Bank on the South Side of the Taylorville Square. Hornbuckle recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.

 

 

The Christian County Fair begins next week and the town is excited and finishing up with the final touches. While the actual fair begins next Tuesday, July 26th, the 4H side of things begins on Monday, July 25th. Alisha Gullidge, 4H Youth and Development Coordinator, said that Monday is when the general show is going on where the kids are showing off their projects, and hopes that everyone who goes to the fair will take time to check it out.

Gullidge said that Wednesday is also a busy day filled with livestock shows and award presentations.

4H activities will be taking place throughout the Christian County Fair, and will wrap up those activities on Thursday with their 4H Foundation Auction at 6:00pm. Gullidge recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.

 

 

The 4H General Show took place Monday morning in the Expo building at the Christian County Fair and Regional Radio News was there to catch all of the action. During the General Show the kids show off the projects they've been working on over the past year and they're judged and graded to see if they have the opportunity to go to the state fair. 14 year old Caleb Grover, part of New Vision 4H Club, said he had three different categories he had projects for and was competing in.

Grover said  he wants to go into the medical field and become a doctor when he grows up and 4H has helped him come to this decision.

The project that won Superior at the State Fair was a board game that taught kids hygiene, how to care for pets, and how to stay healthy. Grover received blue ribbons on all three of his projects this year at the General Show. Grover recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

The 4H General Show took place at the Christian County Fair Monday morning and over 200 projects were showcased by kids in the area. The projects range in all sorts of things from woodworking, fashion design, visual arts and more. 19 year old Cameron Harmon from Lads and Lasses 4H was involved in three projects during the general show, where two of them dealt with food and gardening.

Harmon also took part in the public speaking portion of the show where he said he had to choose between two different kinds of performances.

Harmon is also participating in the Swine Show at the fair Wednesday morning. Harmon recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

A major part of the 4H portion of the Christian County Fair is the animal shows that will take place, starting Wednesday morning, July 27th. The 4H-ers raise animals to the best condition possible and get judged by how they handle them and how healthy and fit their animal is. 18 year old, Mary Kate Curtin, who's with the Christian County 4H Clover Club, has only been in 4H for one year, and said one of her main reasons she joined was to show off her sheep.  

Curtin is taking place in all three animal shows on Wednesday, because she is taking part in Master Showmanship.

Shows begin in the livestock barns with the swine show set to start Wednesday at 8:30 in the morning. Curtin was recently a guest on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

 

The Christian County Fair got started off on Tuesday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony to start the festivities. The event was attended by many involved in the county, including members of the Christian County Board, Taylorville City Council, and Christian County Courthouse. The ribbon cutting took place at roughly 11am when the current Miss Christian County sliced the commemorative ribbon signifying the start of the 2016 Christian County Fair.

 

 

The 4H portion of the Christian County Fair deals with many different projects including livestock shows. Tomorrow morning marks the start of the livestock shows for the 4H-ers with swine set to show first. Taking place in the livestock shows are 18 year old Mary Kate Curtin and 19 year old Cameron Harmon. Curtin is participating in Master Showmanship where she has to show cattle, sheep, and her toughest challenge, pigs.

Harmon on the other hand is a little more experienced with pigs, and has been raising and handling them since he was much younger.

The Livestock shows will take place Wednesday morning  and will run through the afternoon at the Christian County Fair. Curtin and Harmon were recently guests on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

LITTLE MISS CHRISTIAN COUNTY AND RUNNERS UP

2016 Little Miss Christian County Pictured L - R:

2nd runner up Mallory Litz of Pana, 2015 Little Miss Christian County Zaciah Dionne, 2016 Little Miss Christian County Paige Mollet of Owaneco, 1st runner up Jaylynn DeVore of Taylorville. Standing: 2015 Jr. Miss Christian County Sarah Hudspeth and 2015 Miss Christian County Molly Holthaus 
 
JR MISS CHRISTIAN COUNTY AND RUNNERS UP
2016 Jr. Miss Christian County Pictured  L - R:
2015 Miss Christian County Molly Holthaus, 2nd runner up ️Madison Peacock of Edinburg, 2016 Jr. Miss Christian County ️Madison Lush of Morrisonville, 2015 Jr. Miss Christian County Sarah Hudspeth, 1st runner up Allie Harris and she was also named Jr. Miss Congeniality  
 
MISS CHRISTIAN COUNTY AND RUNNERS UP
2016 Miss Christian County Pictured L -R:
2016 People's Choice Award Shaunee Johnson of Stonington, 2016 Miss Illinois County Fair Queen Abbi Foster, 2016 Miss Christian County Myah Herbord of Pana, 2015 Miss Christian County Molly Holthaus, 1st runner up and Miss Congeniality Meredith Epley of Pana, 2nd runner up Jessica Parsons of Taylorville  
 
 

The 4H side of the Christian County Fair was all about the livestock shows Wednesday where shows were taking place throughout the entire day. There were 4 main animals shows including swine, sheep, goat, and cattle. 11 year old Cole Paulek who's part of the Old Stonington 4H Club participates in the goat livestock shows and uses his rivalry with his brother to push him to be the best.

Paulek also competes in the culinary competitions in 4H, and has hopes of being a chef when he finishes school.

Paulek is excited that 4H is able to teach him and prepare him for the future especially if he is able to get one of the scholarships 4H offers. Paulek recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

The Swine Show started the 4H livestock shows Wednesday morning and Regional Radio news was able to talk to one of the 4h-ers who shows just about every animal at the Christian County Fair. 14 year old Tanner Mickey who's with the 4H Clover Club has grown up on a livestock farm, and enjoys working with the animals. Mickey gave some insight on what goes into getting a pig ready for show, and what pigs he and his brother were showing.

Mickey also shows sheep and cows and hopes the skills he's learning through 4H will help him take over and succeed running his family's farm one day.

Mickey was recently on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

The Christian County Fair Pageants took place Tuesday night where the new Jr. Miss Christian County is Madison Lush, who is also part of the Lads and Lasses 4H Club. Lush was talked into trying out the pageants this year and fell in love with everything about them. Lush said  she can tell what they can do to help her better her future.

Lush was not only involved in the pageants at the fair, but she also had three projects in the general show where she won blue ribbons for all of them and is even going to state for one of them.

Lush recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

 

Above:  Alicia Gullidge (left) of University of Illinois Extension Christian County, announces the awarding of the annual Christian County Ag Group $500 Scholarship, to Mary Kate Curtin (right), during the group's annual Ag Day Luncheon at the Christian County Fair.

 

The Christian County Ag Group awarded a 500-dollar scholarship on Thursday during their annual Ag Day Luncheon at the Christian County Fair.  The scholarship, going to a deserving student pursuing agriculture in college, went to Mary Kate Curtin.

 

This marks several years that the Christian County Ag Group has supported local high school graduates that are pursuing an agriculture degree in college.

 

 

During the 4H side of the Christian County Fair the General Show was one of the major highlights, where kids make various projects, depending on the subject they choose. These subjects could be visual arts, cooking, public speaking, and much more. Brooke Bates, Ambassador of the Christian County 4H Youth Leadership Team, and member of 4H Clover Club, took part in the general show this year and participated in both Visual Arts and Interior Design.

Bates said there is a big difference between how projects are judged at the county level and at the state level.

Bates was recently a guest on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

Wednesday marked the day of Livestock Shows on the 4H side of the Christian County Fair where 4H-ers displayed the animals they've been raising and also showed how well they knew their animals. These animals could be swine, goats, sheep or cattle, and awards were given throughout the day for best breeds and best showmen. Reed Heberling, Future Leadership President of the Christian County Youth Leadership Team, and member of Mt. Auburn Wrestlers 4H, won an award during the swine show and explained the benefits of showing animals.

Heberling only has one year left in 4H but he said that he plans to keep helping and working and hopes to watch it continue to grow.

Heberling recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

The 4H portion of the Christian County Fair is finished and the kids can now take a rest from all of the work they have put in to raising their livestock or making their projects. Many kids walked away with trophies and ribbons that were available because of a donation by Monsanto. Alisha Gullidge, 4H Youth and Development Coordinator, from the University of Illinois Extension said she was very thankful for all of the donations and support they have gotten from the community and businesses to help make a great 4H portion of the fair.

Gulldige said how she's very proud and happy for her youth leadership team who came together and worked hard to make the fair fun and rewarding for everyone participating.

The 4H portion of the fair wrapped up last night after the 4H auction and final award giveaways. Gullidge recently appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show Live at the Christian County Fair.

 

 

The 2016 Illinois State Chili Cook-Off took place on Saturday July 30th at the Beer Tent at the Christian County Fairgrounds. The winners were announced for each category, with the winner for the best salsa going to Robert Seurferer.

The winner for the best Verde Chili was Vicky Harris.

And the winner for the best Red Chili went to Mike Goodman.

Winners at the Illinois State Chili Cook-Off qualify for the world championship chili cook off held on October 21st-23rd at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada.

 

 

Christian County FS presented several scholarships at the Christian County Fair Ag Day last week. Christian County FS General Manager Mark Bauman spoke with Regional Radio News and shared what organizations those scholarships went to.

Bauman said that he hopes this money helps more kids pursue a degree in the agriculture industry.

For more information in the Christian County FS, you can call their main office at 824-2205, or visit them online at christiancountyfs.com

 

 

There were many events going on throughout the Christian County Fair last week, one of which was the Illinois State Chili Cook-Off. WTIM was on site to catch the action. One of the participants in the cook-off and former Chili Cook-Off World Champion, Wes Carlson of West Park, IL spoke with WTIM and shared what makes Chili made for competition unique.

Carlson also explained the difference is the two different types of chili that the competition was looking at.

You can find more information on the Illinois State Chili Cookoff including the winners in the various categories online under the County Fair tab of Taylorvilledailynews.com.

 

2016 4-H Livestock Show Results

Livestock Shows

2016 Grand Champion Barrow: Drew Mickey, Clover Club

2016 Grand Champion Ewe: Kade Beckmier, Clover Club

2016 Grand Champion Gilt: Abby Smith, Mt. Auburn Rustlers

2016 Grand Champion Heifer: Del Adcock,  Blue Ribbon 

2016 Reserve Grand Champion Ewe: Alec Myers, Edinburg Warriors

2016 Grand Champion Steer: Alec Myers, Edinburg Warriors

2016 Reserve Grand Champion Steer: Caitlin Hadden, Blue Ribbon

2016  Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat: Waylon Paulek, Old Stonington

2016 Grand Champion Market Goat:   Cole Paulek, Old Stonington

2016 Sheep Show: Alex Myers, Kade Beckmier, Bekka Fesser

4-H Friends:  Reed Heberling (Christian County 4-H Ambassador), Mary Kate Curtin (Christian County 4-H Member), Brooke Bates (Christian County 4-H Ambassador) & 2016 Miss Christian County Maya Herbord.

2016 4-H General Show Results

2016 4-H General Show Results

Aerospace - Aerospace Display  

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   

Bicycles - Bicycle II

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   Best of Show

Cats - Cat Animal Display

Brooke Bates                  Christian County 4-H Clover Club              A           State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Claire Hunt                   Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   State Fair Alternate

Child Development - Child Development III

Riley Brown                   Lads and Lassies                                        A                   State Fair Delegate

Cloverbuds - Cloverbud Display

*Maxx Grieme                  Christian County 4-H Clover Club           P                   

*   Cloverbud, participation ribbon only

Collections - Collections and Hobbies

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                           A                   

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                             B                   

Conner Grant              Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   Best of Show

Computer Science - Computer Science 3

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

Crops - Corn

Conner Grant                  Christian County 4-H Clover Club        A                   State Fair Delegate

Dogs - Dog Animal Display

Judd Bates                    Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   State Fair Alternate

Ben Wamsley                   Christian County 4-H Clover Club             A                   State Fair Alternate

Electricity - Electricity 1

Nathan Bailey                 Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Alternate

Noah Bailey                   Tri-County Kids                                  B                   

Jared Lauwerens               Warriors                                         B                   

Brian Short                   Christian County 4-H Clover Club        A                   State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Geology - Pebble Pups II

Addison Jeffrey               New Vision                                                A         State Fair Delegate

Health - Health Clover Innovation

David Bruns                   Medical Careers SPIN Club                   A                   Best of Show, State Fair Delegate

Horticulture - Vegetable Gardening Display

Sarah Paige Tarr              INDEPENDENT                                      A                   State Fair Delegate

Horticulture - Floriculture A

Catherine Brookens            New Vision                                       B                   

Grace Jeffrey                 New Vision                                               A                   State Fair Delegate

Horticulture - Floriculture B

Lauren Bailey                 Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Horticulture - Vegetable Market Basket

Rebekah Brookens              Tri-County Kids                                    B                   

Cameron Harmon                Lads and Lassies                            A                   Best of Show, State Fair Delegate

Mackenzie Harmon              Lads and Lassies                                 A                   State Fair Alternate

Horticulture - Vegetable Market Basket

Drew Mickey            Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   State Fair Alternate

Horticulture - Vegetable Plate

Kara Brockamp                 Lads and Lassies                                 B                   

Maria Brockamp                Lads and Lassies                                A                   State Fair Alternate

Rebekah Brookens              Tri-County Kids                               B                   

Cameron Harmon                Lads and Lassies                            A                   

Mackenzie Harmon              Lads and Lassies                          A                   State Fair Alternate

Addison Jeffrey               New Vision                                         B                   

Gabriel Jeffrey               New Vision                                           A                   State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Grace Jeffrey                 New Vision                                           B                   

Intercultural - Intercultural- Indv.

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                      B                   

Benjamin Wubker               Warriors                                           A                   

Intercultural - Intercultural- Club

Lauren Bailey                 Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

Nathan Bailey               Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

Noah Bailey                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

Rebekah Brookens        Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

Interior Design - Design Decisions - Beginning

Brooke Bates             Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A          State Fair Delegate

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                            A        State Fair Alternate

Interior Design - Design Decisions-Intermediate

Brooke Bates                  Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   

Interior Design - Design Decisions - Advanced

Brooke Bates        Christian County 4-H Clover Club                A                   State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Interior Design - Interior Des. Clover Challenge

Brooke Bates                  Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   State Fair Delegate

Leadership - Leadership 2

David Bruns                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate

Natural Resources - Sportsfishing 2

Colin Hardin                  Warriors                                         A                   

Natural Resources - Outdoor Adventures 1-3

Lauren Bailey                 Tri-County Kids                                  A                   State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Nathan Bailey                 Tri-County Kids                                  A                   

Noah Bailey                   Tri-County Kids                                  A                   

Gabriel Jeffrey               New Vision                                       A                   State Fair Alternate

Photography - Photography 1

Hayden Baker                  Christian County 4-H Clover Club                 A                   

 

2016 4-H Food & Nutrition Show Results

 

Food & Nutrition Show Results

 

2016 Christian County 4-H Best of Show & 2016 IL State Fair Delegates: Waylon Paulek, Ivy Fry, Rebekah Brookens, Catherine Brookens, Madison Lush

 

2016 Christian County 4-H State Fair Delegates:

Back Row: Jordan Lauwerens, Mackenzie Harmon, Cameron Harmon, Meghan Donnan, Carter Donnan

Front Row: Chloe Grant, Lillian Voudrie-Patton, Clair Hunt

 

Food Science 3

Maria Brockamp - Lads and Lassies - A Award - State Fair Delegte, Best of Show

 

4-H Cooking 101-Cookies

Nathan Bailey - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Judd Bates - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award

Natalie Fry - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Brody Harker - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Hayden Harker - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Sydney Poleon - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Lillian Voudrie-Patton - New Vision - A Award - State Fair Alternate

 

4-H Cooking 101 - Coffeecake

Abby Erlenbush - Young Riders - A Award

Chloe Grant - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award - State Fair Alternate

Drew Mickey - Christiah County 4-H Clover Club - A Award

 

4-H Cooking 101 - Cereal Bars

Brooke Bates - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award - State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

Judd Bates - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award

Reece Brockelsby - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award

Abby Erlenbush - Young Riders - A Award

Sophia Murphy - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Sydney Poleon - Lads and Lassies - A Award

 

4-H Cooking 201 - Cheese Muffins

Noah Bailey - Tri-County Kids - A Award

John (Carter) Donnan - New Vision - A Award - State Fair Alternate

Cole Paulek - Old Stonington 4-H Club - A Award

Waylon Paulek - Old Stonington 4-H Club - A Award

Jhia Walker - Lads and Lassies - A Award - State Fair Alternate

 

4-H Cooking 201 - Scones

Johnathan Drew Brookens - New Vision - A Award

John (Carter) Donnan - New Vision - A Award

Natalie Fry - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Cole Paulek - Old Stonington 4-H Club - A Award

Macy Richards - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award

 

4-H Cooking 201 - Nut Bread

Weston Erlenbush - Young Riders - A Award

Ivy Fry - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Waylon Paulek - Old Stonington 4-H Club - A Award - Best of Show, State Fair Delegate

 

4-H Cooking 301 - Dinner Rolls

Meghan Donnan - New Vision - A Award - State Fair Alternate

Claire Hunt - Christian County 4-H Clover Club - A Award - State Fair Alternate

 

4-H Cooking 301 - Tea Ring

Ivy Fry - Tri-County Kids - A Award - State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

 

4-H Cooking 301 - Sweet Rolls

Rebekah Brookens - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Jhia Walker - Lads and Lassies - A Award

 

4-H Cooking 301 - Layer Cake

Lauren Bailey - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Meghan Donnan - New Vision - A Award

 

4-H Cooking 401 - Focaccia Bread

Catherine Brookens - New Vision - A Award - State Fair Delegate, Best of Show

 

4-H Cooking 401 - Sponge Cake

Madison Lush - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Isabella Murphy - Lads and Lassies - A Award - State Fair Alternate

 

4-H Cooking 401 - Pie Shell

Alex Brockamp - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Kara Brockamp - Lads and Lassies - A Award

Mackenzie Harmon - Lads and Lassies - A Award - State Fair Alternate

 

Food Preservation

Rebekah Brookens - Tri-County Kids - A Award - Best of Show, State Fair Delegate

Rebekah Brookens - Tri-County Kids - A Award

Natalie Fry - Tri-County Kids - B Award

Cameron Harmon - Lads and Lassies - A Award - State Fair Alternate

Caitlin Lauwerens - Warriors - A Award

Jordan Lauwerens - Warriors - A Award - State Fair Alternate

Jhadyn Walker - Lads and Lassies - B Award

 

Cake Decorating Beginning

Madison Lush - Lads and Lassies - A Award - Best of Show, State Fair Delegate

2016 4-H Small Animal Show Results

2016 Christian County 4-H Small Animal Show

 

The Christian County 4-H combined the Poultry, Rabbit, Cat and Dog shows to create a Small Animal Show on July 16, 2016 at the University of Illinois Extension office in the back building in Taylorville, IL. It was a beautiful morning for the 4-H exhibitors to present their projects for judging. Each judge took the time to explain what they were looking for in a winning animal to the 4-H members present and what the member needed to work on for next year.

 

Poultry Show

Summary of Exhibitor Results by Class

Poultry - #4 Adult Breeding Trio - American Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

John (Carter) Donnan New Vision A

 

Poultry - #23 Single Cockerel Clean Leg Ban

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

John (Carter) Donnan New Vision A Grand Champion

 

Poultry - #33 Male Duck

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

John (Carter) Donnan New Vision A

 

Poultry - #40 Market Eggs - Standard

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

John (Carter) Donnan New Vision A

 

Poultry - #44 Pair Domestic Birds

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

John (Carter) Donnan New Vision A

 

Poultry - #1 Single Pullet - American Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Meghan Donnan New Vision A Grand Champion

 

Poultry - #17 Adult Breed Trio -Asia/Continental

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Meghan Donnan New Vision A Grand Champion

 

Poultry - #34 Female Duck

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Meghan Donnan New Vision A

 

 

Poultry - #40 Market Eggs - Standard

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Meghan Donnan New Vision A

 

Poultry - #3 Young Breeding Trio - American Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Brody Harker Lads and Lassies A Showmanship

 

Poultry - #32 Roaster Trio

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Brody Harker Lads and Lassies A

 

Poultry - #44 Pair Domestic Birds

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Brody Harker Lads and Lassies A

 

Poultry - #7 Young Breeding Trio - Eng.

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Hayden Harker Lads and Lassies A

 

Poultry - #44 Pair Domestic Birds

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Hayden Harker Lads and Lassies A

 

 

 

 

Rabbit Show

Summary of Exhibitor Results by Class

Rabbits - #1 Sr. Buck - Small Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Austin Albright Lads and Lassies A

 

Rabbits - #2 Sr. Doe Small Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Austin Albright Lads and Lassies A

 

Rabbits - #6 Sr. Doe Large Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Austin Albright Lads and Lassies A Grand Champion

 

Rabbits - #2 Sr. Doe Small Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Austin Albright Lads and Lassies A

 

Rabbits - #1 Sr. Buck - Small Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

John (Carter) Donnan New Vision A

 

Rabbits - #2 Sr. Doe Small Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Meghan Donnan New Vision A

 

Rabbits - #6 Sr. Doe Large Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Meghan Donnan New Vision A

Meghan Donnan New Vision A

 

Rabbits - #5 Sr. Buck Large Breed

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Zander Frye Old Stonington 4-H Club A Grand Champion

Showmanship

 

 

 

Cat Show

Summary of Exhibitor Results by Class

Cats - Cat

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Madelyn Boaden New Vision A

Reece Brockelsby Christian County 4-H Clover Club A Reserve Grand Champion

Riley Brown Lads and Lassies A Showmanship

Abby Erlenbush Young Riders A Best of Show

 

Cats - Kitten

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Riley Brown Lads and Lassies A

 

 

Dog Show

Summary of Exhibitor Results by Class

 

Dogs - Jr. Dog Showmanship

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Abby Erlenbush Young Riders A

 

Dogs - Jr. Dog Showmanship

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Claire Hunt Christian County 4-H Clover Club A Showmanship

Layne Lebshier Young Riders A

 

Dogs - Dog Care

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Abby Erlenbush Young Riders A

Claire Hunt Christian County 4-H Clover Club A

Layne Lebshier Young Riders A Best of Show

 

Dogs - #55 Dog Obedience

Exhibitor Name Group Name Award Special Awards

Claire Hunt Christian County 4-H Clover Club A

Layne Lebshier Young Riders A

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