Adeline Lustig is Round Robin Grand Champion
Adeline Lustig was the Round Robin Overall Grand Champion Showman at the 2005 Idaho County Fair. 
Leslie Workman was the Reserve champion.
Lustig qualified for the Round Robin by being the Dairy Grand Champion Showman. Joseph Lustig was reserve champion for Dairy.
Workman qualified for the Round Robin as beef grand champion showman. Wyatt Williams was reserve champion.
Jeanna Schaack was the grand champion showman for Cow/Calf.
Derek Schaeffer was grand champion showman for sheep with Tara Stubbers as reserve champion.
Theresa Wilson was swine grand champion showman with MaKayla Schaeffer as reserve champion.
Carey Sharp was horse grand champion showman with Adeline Lustig as reserve champion.
Victoria Davis was rabbit grand champion showman for rabbits with Wendy Ray as reserve champion.
Alanna Kudebeh was dog grand champion showman with Kim Frei as reserve champion.
Brittany Filon was grand champion showman for poultry while Sarah Davis was reserve champion
In the quality awards  Wyatt Williams had the grand champion for market beef with Pam Holman having the reserve champion.
Jeanna Schaack had the beef heifer grand champion with Laine Pratt having the reserve.
Adeline Lustig had the dairy beef grand champion with Kelsey Tidwell having the reserve.
Bonnie Reilly had the grand champion market lamb with Sheyenne Stewart having the reserve.
Justin Robie had the grand champion market swine with Lindsey Crea having the reserve champion.
Halee Hill had the top feeder pig while Brad Schumacher had the reserve.
Jessica Filon had the grand champion rabbit while Wendy Ray had the reserve champion.
Tate Stowers had the grand champion for dog obedience while Allana Kudebeh had the reserve champion.
Mathew Jungert had the grand champion for poultry while Sarah Davis had the reserve champion.
In the livestock judging contest Kim Frei was awarded as top beef judge. Pamela Holman was named top swine judge and Rachel Kaschmitter was named top sheep judge.
Kaschmitter also took the overall 1st place judge award. Frank Spencer was 2nd, John Filon was third, Devin Schmidt was 4th and Holman was 5th.
In the Rate of Gain contest Dan Wemhoff had the top market steer at 5.45 lbs./day. Meaghan Bruner had the top market swine at 2.45 lbs./day and Taylor Canady had the top market lamb at 1.15 lbs./day.
In the livestock record book awards Justin Deford was the top junior with Julia Workman as top intermediate and Lindsey Crea as top senior.
Camille Tosten had the top horse record book.
Wendy Ray had the top secretary book.
In Ag demonstrations Julia Workman was top intermediate while Wendy Ray was top senior.
Valley Livestock took the Herdsmanship Award.
Wyatt Williams had the outstanding Angus Steer Project.
Taylor Wemhoff had the outstanding Angus Heifer Project.
Laine Pratt received the Idaho Saler Association Award.
Pamela Holman received the Outstanding Hereford Award.
Cody McHargue received the Idaho County 4-H Ewe Project Award.
Greencreek Active Workers was the 4-H Club with the largest percentage of beef projects.
Wyatt Williams won the Top Overall Beef Project Award.
Lindsey Crea won the Top Overall Swine Project Award.
Sheyenne Stewart won the Top Overall Sheep Project Award.
Cody Gehring received the Dave Klapprich Memorial Award.
Adeline Lustig received the Top Overall Agriculture Project, the Joe Enneking Sr. Award.

4-H Specialty Project Awards
Following are the 4-H Specialty Project Awards for the 2005 Idaho County Fair.
Top Leathercraft Award went to Adeline Lustig.
Top Woodworking Project went to Troy Lorentz.
Top Leadership Project went to Kylie Uhlorn.
In the Communications & Expressive Arts Division Lustig took the Leathercraft award with Christa Wilson taking the Scrapbooking award and Camille Tosten taking the Ceramics award.
In Environmental Education  & Earth Science Division Lelah Layman had top project in Hiking & Backpacking and Nichele Carpentier had the Forestry Award.
In the Family & Consumer Science Division Chantel Boniecki had the top Babysitting project.
In the Science & Technology Division Brenden Poxleitner had the top Welding project while Samantha Spencer had the top project in Vet Science.
In the Citizenship and Civic Education Division Katrina Baune had the top Know Your Government project.

4-H Family & Consumer Science Awards
The top 4-H project awards in Family and Consumer Science are listed below.
In Constructed Clothing NaTosha Schaeffer had the top beginning project with Erika Pepper and Emily Lane as runners-up. Megan Sigler had the top intermediate project with Demetria Riener and Margaret Yalbuw as runners-up. Nicole Nida had the top advanced project with Kylie Uhlorn and Alicia Pepper as runners-up.
In Making the Most of Me, Sarah Baune took top honors for Setting the Stage. Lauren Breshears had Top Phase 1. Kayla Lorentz had Top Phase 2 and Carolyn Sonnen had Top Phase 3.
Top Model Awards for Constructed Clothing were NaTosha Schaeffer as Top Beginning Model; Alicia Lothspeich for Top Intermediate Model and Kylie Uhlorn for Top Advanced Model.
Top Model Awards for Making the Most of Me were Kaitlin Schmadeka for Setting the Stage; Rebekah Enos for Phase 1; Emily Lerandeau for Phase 2; Carolyn Sonnen for Phase 3 and Shandrie Poxleitner for Phase 4.
In Foods Erica Pepper had the top Beginning Foods award with Brad Killmar taking top Intermediate Foods and Kylie Uhlorn top Advanced Foods. Alicia Pepper had the top Cake Decorating award.
Receiving the Friends of 4-H Awards were Nicole Nida for Creative Sewing and Kylie Uhlorn for Advanced Foods.

Idaho County Royalty float is Best of Show
The Idaho County Fair Royalty received the Best of Show award for this year’s Idaho County Fair Parade.
In the Commercial Division Primeland Cooperatives took first place with Prairie Computers second and Keuterville Pub & Grub third.
In Royalty  the Idaho County Fair Royalty was Best of Show and the Lewis County Fair Royalty was first place.
In Non-Profit/Organization entries the Idaho County 4-H Ambassadors took first place with the Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club taking second and the Color Guard taking third.
In Equestrian the Cottonwood Riding Club Royalty and members took first with the Grangeville Border Days Royalty second.
In the Kiddies Parade Derk Shears and Damein Forsman took first in age 0-4 while Jacob Warden was first in the 5-8 year old group.

Open Class awards
Following are the Best of Show awards for the Open Class at the 2005 Idaho County Fair.
Small Breed Chicken – Christy Filon.
Junior Rabbits – Jessica Filon.
Wearable Art – Elayne Murphy.
Handcrafted Gift Items – Linda Keitch.
Knitting – Kathleen Vopat.
Crochet – Jackie Schmidt.
Baked Goods – Lorrain Learn. Award of Merit – Lorrain Learn, Ann Bos.
Food Preservation – Carol Sue Hauntz.
Wine/Beer – Stacey Garry.
Art – Wanda Nevel. Blue Ribbon – Zackie Zumwalt. Idaho Landscape Award – Mary Bakker.
Quilts – Diane Wolford. Award of Merit – Mary Flury.
Needlework – Lucky Hester. Award of Merit – Jane Wallace.
Photography – Gail Stowers – Advanced Photographer. Award of Merit – Doug Holman.
Flowers – Carol Sue Hauntz. Award of Merit – Jean Carrol.
House Plants – Elaine Landry. Award of Merit – Elaine Landry.
George and Karla Enneking were Grand Marshals this year. The Color Guard leads the parade.
Damein Forsmann and Derk Shears won the 0-4 age group in the Kiddies Parade. The rest of the Kiddies Parade participants.
The Prairie High School band performed for the parade goers. The Cottonwood Riding Club's mini-horse entry advertises their colt raffle.
Keuterville Livestock's parade entry. One of the 4-H Club entries had a lowboy made up like a 57 Chevy.
Keuterville Pub & Grub's parade entry. Prairie Computer's entry showing a bare bones system.

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