Hor­ti­cul­ture win­ners at the Fair

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS - Vic­to­ria Vanier, Ayer's Cliff

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!

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