Horticulture winners at the Fair
a row, again walked away with the top baking prize!
The Horticulture Trophy winners over the weekend were: The Evelyn Dewey Prize, preserves, Kathleen Mackey; George Butler Prize, vegetables, the Butler Family; Sidney Dewey Prize, field crops, James Dolloff; Lorraine Harrison Prize, potted plants, Barbara Hewitt; Claire Shipway prize, new exhibitor with highest points, Emile Theberge; Doug Johnston Prize, cut flowers, Louise Baldwin; David Doust and Susan Fletcher Trophy in memory of Marlis Wehr, cut flowers, Kerrie Patterson; Morris Smith Prize, cut flowers, Butler Family; Bonnie Burn Farm Sam MacDonald Trophy, maple products, Tricia Smith; Susan Fletcher Trophy, baking, Shirley Roy; Doug Johnston Prize, horticulture highest points, Kerrie Patterson;Ruby Sheldon Prize, new exhibitor, highest points, baking, Helena Brodie; and the Archie Shelden Prize, 16 and under, highest points, Johnathan Houle.
The Stanstead County Women’s Institute gives out two ‘mini-trophies’, every year, for the boy and girl with the highest points in horticulture. There was
There’s no limit to the imagination of children when it comes to transforming their vegetables!