2020 Jackson County Fair: 4-H Exhibits and Foods Abigail Schuster - Junior Display April Slipke - Junior Woodworking Brenna Bontrager - Beginning Clothing Brenna Bontrager - Poster Brenna Bontrager - Table Setting Caden Phillips - Junior Arts and Crafts Caliber Miller - Intermediate Photo Cole Kucan - Clothing Buymanship Dani Peters - Junior Drawing Darren Bausch - Junior Robotics Ean Winsor - Boys Buymanship Display Emma Deghand - Molded Ceramics Jordan Kennedy - Fiber Art Jordan Kennedy - Leather Craft Karlie Albright - Advanced Patchwork and Quilting Karlie Albright - Clothing Construction Kennedy Smith - Clothing Construction Kennedy Smith - Horticulture Notebook Kennedy Smith - Intermediate Buymanship Display Kennedy Smith - Intermediate Drawing Kennedy Smith - Intermediate Patching and Quilting Kennedy Smith - Intermediate Table Setting Kolby Bowhay - Intermediate Woodworking Logan Lamb - Rocketry Lorna Smith - Senior Photo Lorna Smith - Senior Table Setting Luke Halbleib - Miscellaneous Mayetta Mustangs - Banner Paisley Askren - Junior Photo Paden Askren - Welding Paden Askren - Shooting Sports Display Paden Askren - Plant Science Turner Morris - Lego Display Soldier Boosters - Hay Bale Sawyer Shupe - Geology Shelby Fox - Senior Drawing Shelby Fox - Senior Arts and Crafts The champion pie at this year’s Jackson County 4-H Fair, made with blackberries, was baked by Madeline Bontrager. (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Peyton Thomes won the phase II foods contest at the fair with a layered vanilla cake. (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Madeline Bontrager was named both the champion and reserve champion of the phase III foods competition at this year’s fair. She is shown above with a yellow cake she baked with chocolate frosting. (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Addison Bontrager of the Straight Arrows 4-H Club won the champion fancy yeast bread award at the fair with her cinnamon twist bread. (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Dani Peters’ chocolate chip cookie cake earned her phase I champion honors at the fair. (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Madeline Bontrager won the decorated food contest at this year’s fair with her delicate piped frosting skills on this cake. (Photo by Ali Holcomb) These 4-Hers took top honors in the boys buymanship competition at this year’s fashion revue. Winners are shown above and include (from left) Zane Montgomery (intermediate champion), Grady Moss (junior champion), Colt Mattox (junior reserve champion) and Cole Kucan (senior champion). (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Constructed garment champions at the Jackson County 4-H Fashion Revue are shown above and include (from left) Alaina Bausch (junior champion), Kennedy Smith (intermediate champion) and Karlie Albright (senior champion). (Photo by Ali Holcomb) Girls clothing buymanship champions at this year’s Jackson County Fair are shown above and include (front row, from left) Kennedy Tannahill (junior reserve champion), MaKenna Tyler (junior champion), (back row, from left) Shayla Rezac (intermediate champion), Savannah Cattrell (intermediate reserve champion), Karlie Albright (senior champion) and MaKenzie Kennedy (senior reserve champion). (Photo by Ali Holcomb) All photos this section by Ali Holcomb.