4-H Award winners are named
Two Cottonwood girls and one Grangeville girl took the Friends of 4-H Awards this year for the top projects in the 4-H Family and Consumer Sciences project areas.
Chelsea Long of Cottonwood received an upright mixer for the top Advanced Foods project. Brooke Holthaus of Cottonwood won a set of luggage for the top Phase IV Making the Most of Me project.
Alicia Lothspeich of Grangeville won a sewing machine for the top Advanced Sewing project.
In Constructed Clothing Heidi Holubetz had the top award in Beginning Clothing (Ready, Set, Sew and Ready, Set, Sew Some More) while Kayla Duclos was runner-up.
Holli Uhlorn had the top Intermediate Clothing Award project (Seams Sew Easy and Sew What) while Jessie Costa and Aimee Nightingale were runners-up.
In Advanced Clothing (Sew Wow, Favorites, Expressions and Explorations) Alicia Lothspeich had the top award while Demetria Riener and Rachel Kaschmitter were runners-up.
In Making the Most of Me, Brandi Gehring was the Setting the Stage winner with Leah Holthaus winning for Phase I; Sarah Baune for Phase II and Brooke Holthaus for Phase IV.
Top Model awards in Constructed Clothing went to Lindsay Goeckner for Beginners, MaKayla Schaeffer for Intermediates and Alicia Lothspeich for Advanced.
Top Model awards in Making the Most of Me went to Kortney Sims in Setting the Stage; Leah Holthaus in Phase I; Madeline Schwartz in Phase II and Kayla Lorentz in Phase IV.
In Foods the top beginning foods award went to Samantha Keating. Top Intermediate went to Logan Schumacher. Top Advanced Foods went to Alicia Lothspeich and Cake Decorating award went to Chelsea Long.
Senior mugs were presented to Lauren Duman, Kayla Lorentz, Zachery Frei, Abbigail Lustig and Brooke Holthaus.
Specialty Project awards 
Alex Duman received the Top Leathercraft award.
Josh Frei received the Top Woodworking award.
Julia Workman received the Outstanding Leadership Award.
Camille Tosten received the Top Know Your Government Award and Andrea Schumacher received the Top Secretary Book award.
Top Project Awards
In the Communications and Expressive Arts Division Darby Finnegan had the top Scrapbooking project; Jackie Mager and Camille Tosten were both awarded top Ceramics projects; James Rockwell the top Art project and Alex Duman the top Leathercraft project.
In Environmental Education and Earth Sciences, Sarah Davis had the top shooting sports project; Tyler Olsen the top survival project and Darby Finnegan the top hiking/backpacking project.
In the Family & Consumer Science Division, Jeanna Schaack had the top Handwork of Our Heritage project.
In the Science and Technology Division, Cody Schumacher had the top Welding project and Samantha Spencer had the top Veterinary Science project.
In Citizenship & Civic Education Division, Camille Tosten had the top Know Your Government project.
4-H Bake-Off Contest
In the second annual 4-H Bake-Off Contest Sarah Baune had the top pie in Division 1 (8-13 years old) while Megan Johnston was runner-up. Candace Johnston had the top pie in Division 3 (Idaho County Residents).

Photos from the Fashion Show and Royalty Night
All the models and Fashion Board were part of a dance number.
4-H Fashion Board members opened the Fashion Show with a dance number.
Kristi Poxleitner modeling in the Making the Most of Me division.
The grand marshals were crowned as Mr. and Mrs. Monopoly during the Royalty Night entertainment.
Fair Feud was part of the Royalty Nigh entertainment with teams headed by the Royalty candidates. Here Mary Shears and Rachel Kaschmitter both grab the cowbell at the same time to answer the Fair related question posed by Queen Dana Groom.

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