Uhlenkott is Round Robin grand champion
Kayla Uhlenkott was the Round Robin Grand Champion Showman at the 2006 Idaho County Fair. She was also the grand champion for both Beef Fitting and Showing and Horse Fitting and Showing.
Megan Deford was the Reserve Champion Round Robin winner and was also reserve champion in Beef Fitting & Showing.
Kelsey Tidwell was the grand champion showman for Dairy Heifers.
Jessica Munson was the grand champion showman for sheep while Casandra Schaeffer was the reserve champion.
Logan Schumacher was grand champions showman for market swine with Patrick Dickson as reserve champion.
NaTosha Schaeffer was reserve champion showman for horses.
Jessica Filon was grand champion showman for rabbits with Kayla Evans as reserve.
Brittany Filon was grand champion showman for poultry with Sarah Davis as reserve.
Kimberley Frei was grand champion showman for dogs wit Laura Gehring as reserve.
Tate Stowers was grand champion for dog obedience with Kimberly Frei as reserve.
Jennifer Wemhoff had the grand champion for quality in beef with Taylor Wemhoff as reserve.
Taylor Wemhoff had the grand champion for quality in beef heifers with Mitchell Wemhoff as reserve.
Kelsey Tidwell had the grand champion for quality among dairy heifers.
Kim Schaeffer had the grand champion for quality among market lambs with Jessica Kaschmitter as reserve.
Taylor Workman had the grand champion for quality among breeding ewes.
Austin Sonnen had the grand champion quality market swing with Camille Schumacher as reserve.
Brooke Eades had the grand champion quality rabbit while Ana Pauley had the reserve.
Sarah Davis had the grand champion quality poultry with Spencer Connolley as reserve.
In the Livestock Judging contest Claire Majors was 1st with Laine Pratt 2nd, Dan Wemhoff 3rd, Pam Holman 4th and Kelsey Tidwell 5th.
In the Rate of Gain contest Brandan Poxleitner had the highest rate of gain steer at 4.37. Shelby Cloninger had the top market lamb at 1.18 and Cody McHargue had the top market swine at 2.43.
The Top Livestock Record Book award went to Justin Deford for Junior; Julia Workman for Intermediate and Jeanna Schaack for senior.
Camille Tosten received the Top Horse Record Book Award.
In Agricultural Demonstrations Spencer Connolley received the top junior award, Julia Workman the top intermediate and Melissa Stuivenga the top senior.
Fenn Livestock 4-H Club received the 4-H Herdsmanship Award.
Jennifer Wemhoff received an award from the Idaho Angus Auxiliary for the highest placing Black Angus Steer while Kenneth Enneking received and award for the highest placing Black Angus Breeding Project.
Mikel Harrington received an award from the Idaho Salers Association for exhibiting the top Saler 4-H Beef Project.
Katie Holman received the award for the Outstanding Hereford 4-H Beef Project.
Victoria Davis was the Idaho County 4-H Ewe Project winner. She will receive 3 open ewes and is responsible for breeding, feeding and management until next year’s fair. She will keep the oldest ewe and all of the lambs produced except one ewe lamb. That lamb and the two youngest ewes will be passed on to next year’s winner.
Keuterville Livestock 4-H Club received the award for the highest percentage of Beef Projects.
Danielle Reuter received the award for Top Feeder Pig Project with Cori Keeler taking second.
Logan Schumacher received an award for Top Overall Swine Project.
Taylor Wemhoff received the award for Top Overall Beef Project.
Kayla Uhlenkott was awarded for Top Overall Agriculture Project.
Christy Puckett received the Dave Klapprich Memorial award.
Senior mugs went to Kaysie Burchell, Lindsey Crea, Bridget Enneking, Alanna Kudebeh, Adeline Lustig, Christy Puckett, Ashley Schaeffer, Christopher Schumacher, Tyson Stowers, Cassie Wilson and Leslie Workman.
Molly Stowers received the Idaho County Volunteer Distinguished Service Award
4-H Awards are listed
Receiving the Friends of 4-H Awards for top projects in their areas were Alicia Pepper in Creative Sewing; Brooke Holthaus in Advanced Foods and Kylie Uhlorn for Making the Most of Me.
Pepper received a sewing machine, Holthaus an upright mixer and Uhlorn luggage.
In Constructed Clothing Projects Holli Uhlorn was top among Beginners with Whitney Sonnen as runner-up. Alicia Lothspeich was top in intermediates with Erika Pepper and Demetria Riener as runners-up. Alicia Pepper was top in Advanced with Nicole Nida and Kylie Uhlorn as runners-up.
In Making the Most of Me Projects Abbie Uhlenkott received the top award for Setting the Stage; Kayla Evans for Phase I; Kayla Lorentz for Phase II; Randi Schumacher for Phase III and Lindsey Crea for Phase IV.
Top Modeling Awards went to Holli Uhlorn for Beginner Constructed Clothing; Margaret Yalbuw for Intermediate and Kylie Uhlorn for Advanced.
For Making the Most of Me Modeling Awards Chantel Key won for Setting the Stage, Sarah Baune for Phase I, Kayla Lorentz for Phase II, Emily Lerandeau for Phase III and Carolyn Sonnen for Phase IV.
For to 4-H Food awards Amanda Dinning won for Top Beginning Foods; Erika Pepper for Top Intermediate; Adeline Lustig for Top Advanced and Alicia Pepper for Cake Decorating.
In specialty projects Zachery Frei received the Top Woodworking Award.
Top Project Awards:
Communications & Expressive Arts Division—Camille Tosten, Ceramics; Jeanna Schaack, Drama and Alicia Lothspeich, Scrapbooking.
Environmental Education & Earth Sciences—Tyler Olseon, Hiking & Backpakcing; Greg Holcomb, Survival; Eric Johnston, Survival and Brandan Poxleitern, Shooting Sports.
Family & Consumer Science Division—Rebekah Enos, Knitting.
Science & Technology Division—Zachery Frei, Woodworking; Cody Schumacher, Welding.
Citizenship & Civic Education Division—Kayla Uhlenkott, Leadership; Camille Tosten, Citizenship.
Top Secretary Book went to Julia Workman of Lively Livestock 4-H Club.
Outstanding Leadership Award went to Kayla Uhlenkott.
Open Class winners listed
Following are the top entries in Open Class.
For Open Class Poultry Silias Connalley had both the Best of Show and Award of Merit for two different entries.
Sewing: Jennifer McGary received Best of Show while Samantha Davis and Polly Hollandsworth each received and Award of Merit.
Knitting: Elayne Murphy had both the Best of Show and Award of Merit entries.
Crocheting: Sister Miriam Mendez had Best of Show while Jennifer Lustig received the Award of Merit.
Spinning: Donna Perrine received Best of Show while Elayne Murphy received Award of Merit.
Fruit: Dana Keyser received and Award of Merit.
Creature Feature: Emily Lane had Best of Show.
Baked Goods: Ann Bos had Best of Show.
Wheat Grower Awards: Ann Bos was 1st with Lorraine Learn 2nd.
Food Preservation: Debbie Wassmuth received Best of Show while Millie Wimer received Award of Merit.
Wine and Beer: Jeri Hattrup received Best of Show while Jack Gruell received Award of Merit.
Dried Fruit: Debbie Wassmuth received Best of Show while Susan Stephens received award of Merit.
Food Preservation, Jr. Division: Samantha Davis received both Best of Show and Award of Merit.
Art: Rex Pixley received Best of Show. Zackie Zumwalt received a blue ribbon and Mary Bakker received the Idaho Landscape Award.
Quilts: Shirley Baerlocher received Best of Show while Sandy Blankenship received Award of Merit.
Needlework: Sharon Espinola received Best of Show while Scott Parrish received award of Merit.
Photography: Stacey Garrey received Best of Show while Jeff Polack received Award of Merit.
Flowers: Charlotte DeArmond received Best of Show while Ann Bos received Award of Merit.
Adult Hobbies: Beth Kytola received Best of Show while Polly Hollandsworth received Award of Merit.
High School Hobbies: Jared Templer received Best of Show while Adeline Lustig received Award of Merit.