Linn County Fair Static Winners Announced

Linn County Fair Family & Consumer Science; Creative Arts; Agriculture and Natural Resources; Personal Development; and Science, Engineering & Technology State Fair
Winners Announced

4-H and FFA Family and Consumer Science, Visual Arts, Personal Development and Science, Agriculture and Engineering exhibits were evaluated on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at the Linn County Fair. These exhibits cover a wide range of topics including food and nutrition, personal development, welding, visual arts and citizenship. The exhibits chosen will be displayed at the Iowa State Fair in August.

Those chosen in the Family and Consumer Science Division were:

Consumer Management: Andrew Bohlken, Center Point; Casey Robertson, Marion.

Clothing and Fashion: Sarah Jahnke, Cedar Rapids; Elizabeth Skaff, Central City; AJ Crow-Schrader, Marion.

Food and Nutrition: Grace Pisarik, Mt. Vernon; JD Waybill; Central City; MiKayla Bowen, Center Point; Sarah Jahnke, Cedar Rapids; Maree Bean, Center Point; Axel Zumwalt, Marion; Caroline Gehring, Toddville.

Home Improvement: Reya Sands, Cedar Rapids; Sarah Overmann, Cedar Rapids; Jessica Etten, Prairieburg; Jeret Crow Schrader, Marion; Isabella Engel, Ely; Jenna Brannaman, Mt. Vernon.

Sewing and Needle Arts: Caitlin Robertson, Marion; JD Waybill, Central City

Those chosen to represent Linn County at the Iowa State Fair in the Creative Arts Division were:

Photography: Shelby Malone, Central City; Riley Malone, Central City; Miranda Cairns, Cedar Rapids; Madison Sprague, Central City; Patrick Hansen, Coggon; Sarah Overmann, Marion; Sydney Hoffmann, Ely; Walker Torbert, Marion; Maree Bean, Center Point; Taylor Hospadarsky, Cedar Rapids; Trisha Anderson, Vinton; Kolton Brandt, Central City; Casey Robertson, Marion; Allison Green, Cedar Rapids.

Visual Arts: Kyle Franck, Center Point; Maree Bean, Center Point; Lydia Brown, Cedar Rapids; Trisha Anderson, Vinton.

Extension programs are available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability.

Those chosen in the Personal Development Division were:

Citizenship: Indian Creek 4-H Club, Marion.

Self-Determined: Caroline Gehring, Toddville;

Representatives from Linn County for the Animals Division were:

Animal Science: Katie Hamilton, Cedar Rapids.

Linn County youth selected in Science, Engineering & Technology classes were:

Mechanics: Cole Franck, Walker; Kyle Franck, Walker.

Woodworking: Alexa Gormley, Marion; Tucker Franklin, Alburnett.

Science, Engineering & technology: Mitch Anderson, Vinton

For more information about joining 4-H – as a volunteer or as a member, contact the Linn County Extension Office, 383 Collins Road NE, Cedar Rapids or phone 319- 377-9839. 4-H Youth Development programs provide youth experiences in project learning, communication, citizenship, leadership and personal decision making skills.

Contact: Monica Long, ISU Extension and Outreach
Linn County 4-H Youth Coordinator, 319-377-9839 monical@iastate.edu

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