Talent Show winners
There were 18 different acts in this year’s 2 Minute Talent Show at the Idaho County Fair.
The 5-12 age group had the most performers with 11.
Julia Williams, the first performer of the night, set the standard for the group and wound up the winner with her singing of “If I Die Young.” 2nd place went to Elise Andrews who sang and played keyboard on her original song, “The Phrase.” There was a tie for third place between Kane Kennedy with “Let’s Juggle!” and Rebecca Seubert and Cole Duclos for their performance art to the song “Pretty Pink Tractor.”
The 13-18 year old age group had 5 performers. Winning the division was Hunter Angeny who sang and played guitar. His song was “Fireflies.” Taking 2nd was Sydney Andrews and Hailey Williams who sang Andrews original song “Dark & Light” with keyboard accompaniment from Elise Andrews. Third place went to Tamah Davis who performed “Little Things.”
The 19 and over age group had only 2 entrants. Winning that group was the singing group Singing Motion who performed “What Makes You Beautiful.” Members of Single Motion are Warren, Michael, Rachael and Clarissa Stevens and Lauren Goldman. Taking second was Jim Holsinger who sang and played guitar to “The Mom & Dad’s Waltz.”
Judges for the event were Glenna McClure, mayor of Riggins; Bruce Walker, mayor of Grangeville and Charlotte Shilling, mayor of Kooskia.
MC and stagehand was Mike Johnson of Grangeville.
Julia Williams was the 12 and under winner of the Two Minute Talent Show.
Hunter Angeny was the 13-18 year old winner.
"Singing Motion" were the 19 and over winners.
Open Class results
Following is a list of the Open Class Best of Show and Award of Merit winners for the 2013 Idaho County Fair.
ART-Best of show- Ellamae Holes; Award of Merit- Katherine Nida; CIAA Idaho Landscape Award- Pearl Maxner
BAKED GOODS-Best of Show- Debbie Stubbers; Award of Merit-Debbie Stubbers
WHEAT GROWERS-Debbie Stubbers – Bread – Rolls; Rita Wagenmann – Sourdough; Arlene Baerlocher – Cookies – Drop or Molded; Shari Chaffee – Pies; Nancy Charley – Bread – Muffins; Debbie Stubbers – Bread – Quick Bread
BEER-Best of Show-Debbie Wassmuth
CROCHETING-Best of Show- Kathleen Vopat; Award of Merit – Nancy Bearden
WINE-Best of Show-Bruce Sonnen; Award of Merit-Alexis Frazier
HORTICULTURE-FLOWERS-Best of Show-Elayne Murphy; Award of Merit-Roberta Crea
ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENT-Best of Show-Carol Sue Hauntz; Award of Merit-Lu Crea
VALLEY GARDEN CLUB AWARD-Horticulture- Elayne Murphy; Artistic Arrangement- Carol Sue Hauntz
FOOD PRESERVATION-Best of Show-Millie Wimer; Award of Merit-Millie Wimer
DEHYDRATED FOODS-Best of Show – Susan Stephens, Award of Merit – Carol Sue Hauntz
BALL FRESH PRERVING AWARD-Adult: Fruits 1st Peg Gehring; 2nd Millie Wimer. Vegetables 1st Millie Wimer, 2nd Trina Geis. Pickles 1st Millie Wimer, 2nd Millie Wimer. Soft Spreads 1st Millie Wimer, 2nd Linda Morrison
HOBBIES-Adult-Best of Show-Ron Riener, Award of Merit-Sally Seubert; Elementary – Award of Merit-Aiden Acton
HORTICULTURE-VEGETABLES-Best of Show-Monestary of St. Gertrude’s, Award of Merit-Lane Wassmuth
KNITTED ARTICLES- Best of Show-Jeanette Kelley, Award of Merit-Elayne Murphy
NEEDLEWORK-Best of Show-Sharon Espinola, Award of Merit-Joan Terhaar
PHOTOGRAPHY-Best of Show-Emma Baines, Award of Merit-Jill Bruegeman
QUILTS-Best of Show-Shirley Baerlocher, Award of Merit-Joan Hall
SEWCIETY QUILTING AWARDS-1st David Wassmuth, 2nd Taylor Bransford, 3rd Victoria Bearden
SEWING-Best of Show-Ivana Marks, Award of Merit-Ivana Marks
SPINNING-Best of Show – Judy Ozmer, Award of Merit – Judy Ozmer