2014 fair results
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WILMINGTON- Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Fair results.

Classic Car Show:

Best of Show: Kathy McNeice and JR Duggs, 1958 Chevrolet Apache truck. Best Truck: Fred Nutting’s 1959 International. Best Domestic Car: Merrill and Sally Mundell’s 1934 Pontiac. Best Foreign Car: Ron McGivey’s 1954 Mahindra Jeep (Willys). Best Hot Rod: Jeff Waldron’s 1934 hot rod Chevy. Oldtimer Award: Charley H.’s 1931 Ford hot rod

People’s Choice Award: Merrill and Sally Mundell’s 1934 Pontiac. Adult Entries: Myron Allen Gardener of the Year: Wayne and Wendy Pratt (Wilmington)

Greatest Cook of the Year: Wayne and Wendy Pratt (Wilmington)

Oldest Exhibitor: Thelma Boyd (Wilmington)

Best in Show: Class D - Tree Fruits: Wayne and Wendy Pratt (Wilmington), peaches; Class E - Small Fruit: Shirley Pease (Wilmington), blueberries - cultivated; Class G - Eggs: Heather Pease (Wilmington), 21 oz medium eggs; Class H - Collection of Farm Products: Boyd Family Farm (Wilmington), Class J - Produce: Back to the Land LLC (Wilmington), cauliflower; Class L - Prepared Foods: Betty Szucharzewki (Wilmington) two crust blueberry rhubarb pie; Class M - Canned Foods: Tyne Pike-Sprenger (Wilmington), raspberry jam; Class N - Horticulture: Nicki Steel (Wilmington), bouquet of mixed garden flowers; Class O - Organizational Exhibit - Mount Snow Region Chamber of Commerce; Class P - Needlecraft - Karen Gypson (Dover), adult fancy stitch sweater; Class R - Fine Arts: Cherie Keeler-Moran (Wardsboro) trout flies water color; Class R - Photography: Stacy Birch (Readsboro) “Looking for Autumn’s Apples;” and Class S - crafts & hobbies: Susan Hallock (Wilmington) birdhouse.

2014 Coloring Contest Winners: Kaylea Hitt (age 7), Maria Fabiano (age 13), Desiree Moore (age 9), and Chance Pike (age 2).

King Arthur Flower Bake-Off, Adults: First place, Karen Gypson (Dover), second place, Sondra Fabiano (Wilmington), and third place, Donna Roemmelt (Wilmington).

Youth (13-17): First place, Daria Fabiano (Wilmington), second place, Maria Fabiano (Wilmington). Youth (under 13): First place, Hannah Woodson (Whitingham)

Horse Pull, 3100# Class five teams competed earning $620 in Premiums, Trophies and Ribbons: first place, Gordy Johnson, of Putney, with Vic and Tony; second place, Smith and Lockerby, of Walpole, NH, Mike Beam with Pete and Bill; third place, Gordy Johnson, of Putney, with Chance and Rex; fourth place, Smith and Lockerby, of Walpole, NH, Mike Beam with Dick and Dan; and fifth place, John Snow, of West Dover, with Nellie and Jack.

3,400# Class six teams competed earning $695 in Premiums, trophies and ribbons: first place, Gordy Johnson, of Putney, and Roy Dudley with Lex and Colby; second place, Ben Lowe, Lowe and Bartlett, of Townshend, with Bert and Barney; third place, Roger Lockerby, of Putney, Smith and Lockerby, with Ike and John; fourth place, Matt Johnson, of Putney, with Max and Tony; fifth place, Mike Beam, Smith and Lockerby of Walpole, NH, with Bill and Dan; sixth place, Gordy Johnson, and Matt Johnson, of Putney, with Louie and Rex.

Free for All Class. Six teams competed earning $695 in premiums, trophies and ribbons: first place, Gordy Johnson, of Putney, with Buck and Big Rex; second place, Mark Pawling, of Williamsville, with Johnny and Jim; third place, Ben Lowe, Smith and Lockerby and Bartlett and Lowe, of Townshend, and Walpole, NH, with Bert and Don; fourth place, Mike Beam, Smith and Lockerby, of Walpole, NH, with Dick and Pete; fifth place, Matt Johnson, of Putney, with Max and Louie; sixth place, Gordy Johnson and Ray Dudley, of Putney, with Colby and Lex.

Look for the rest of the fair results in an upcoming paper.
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