Lustig and Murphy are Friends of 4-H award winners
Kate Lustig and Davi Murphy were this year’s Friends of 4-H Award winners at the Idaho County Fair.
Lustig won the Sewing Machine for Creative Sewing and Murphy won the Luggage for Making the Most of Me. Murphy won the sewing machine last year. The Upright Mixer went unclaimed this year.
4-H Family & Consumer Sciences Awards
Constructed Clothing: Beginner Clothing Awards-Miranda Klapprich, top award; Chloe Rowland and Monica Goeckner, runners-up. Intermediate Clothing Awards-Halle Klapprich, top award; Olivia Klapprich, runner-up. Advanced Clothing Awards-Davi Murphy, top award; Mattie Lustig and Kate Lustig, runners-up.
Making the Most of Me: Beginning-Miranda Klapprich, top award; Clarise Rehder and Taylor Riener, runners-up. Intermediate-Ellea Uhlenkott, top award, Olivia Klapprich and Dani Sonnen, runners-up; Advanced-Davi Murphy, top award.
Top Model Awards: Constructed Clothing-Beginner, Chloe Rowland; Intermediate, Alexis Morris; Advanced, Davi Murphy. Making the Most of Me-Beginner, Chloe Rowland; Intermediate, Madison Shears; Advanced, Davi Murphy.
Top Foods Awards: Top Beginning Foods, Sarah Lustig; Top Advanced Foods, Mitchel Nuxoll; Top Beginning Cake Decorating, Chloe Rowland.
Candace Johnston Top Foods Award: Top Overall Foods Project-Mitchel Nuxoll.
Candace Johnston Memorial College Scholarship: $200 scholarship sponsored by Baker Truck Service and presented by John Johnston-Marisa Lustig.
4-H Specialty Project Awards
Top Photography-Hailey Russell
Top Table Setting-Chloe Rowland
Outstanding Leadership-Abigail Bytheway
Top Citizen Washington Focus Project-Lynnsey Wilson
Top Know Your Government Project-Kortney Sims.
Top Project Awards
Citizen & Civic Education Division-Kortney Sim, Know Your Government
Communication & Expressive Arts Division-Emily Puckett, Scrapbooking
Environmental Education & Earth Sciences-1. Chloe Rowland, Survival; 2. Jasmine Hicks, Archery; 3. Samuel Smith, Archery
Family & Consumer Sciences-Lauren Graves, Tole Painting
Science & Technology Division-Spencer Schumacher, Welding

The 4-H Fashion Show’s opening production number.

Olivia Klapprich and Chloe Rowland model their constructed sewing outfits.

Miranda Klapprich in her constructed sewing outfit reacts at seeing that the wicked witch got crushed by the podium.

Avery Riener, Bailey Key and Kennedy Riener during the Making the Most of Me portion of the fashion show.

Olivia Klapprich and Dani Sonnen in the Making the Most of Me modeling.

Halle Klapprich  with her guest Ava in the sewing projects modeling.

The 4-H Fashion Board.

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