Fall fair a big success

  • Aug. 9, 2006 1:00 p.m.

About 1,100 adults came through the gates at this year’s Tlell Fall Fair, held on Sunday. This number is a bit lower than in other years, said Linda Louis, one of the fair organizers.
Here is the full list of winners from fair day:
o Livestock: Heidi Richardson, Jamie Richardson, Ken Richardson.
o Poultry: Brian Mulvany, Lucy Stefanyk, Ralph Leach.
o Fruit: Mark Bristol, Elaine Nyeholt, Fran Fowler.
o Vegetables: Mark Bristol, Elaine Nyeholt, Rick Grange.
o Garden Flowers: Florida Froese, Karen Ronnenkamp, Donna-Lee Larocque.
o Houseplants: Florida Froese, Doug Louis, Ginny Feniak.
o Farm Produce: Mary Lynn Hunt, Dylan Collins, Lucy Stefanyk.
o Canning: Alma Bellis, Jodie Shore, Mary Lynn Hunt.
o Home Baking: Doug Louis, Stephanie Waters, Oriana Wesley.
o Crocheting, Knitting, Weaving: Oriana Wesley, Yvonne Hageman, Florida Froese.
o Needlework: Brenda Murry, Sandra Price, Louise Burgess.
o Arts and Crafts: Marla Abbott, Norma Louis, Mavis Mark.
o Children: Sarah Hunt, Kelsey Pelton, Isabella Perry-Decock.
o Youth: Ayanna Rhindress, Norma Louis, Stephanie Waters.
o Young at Heart: Shelley Hageman, Ann Pak, Buster Sorenson.
o Best Decorated Cake: Karen Ronnenkamp.
o Brown Bag Challenge: Diana Ellis.
o Craft Challenge: Marla Abbott.
o Donna Willey Prize: Mary Lynn Hunt.
o Pullet Prizes: Brian Mulvany Jr.
o Master Gardener: Mark Bristol.
o Best Decorated Booth: Rising Tide.
Gate Prizes
o Fishing trip from Oak Bay Marine Group: Darren Jarvis.
o Return trip to Prince Rupert with North Pacific Seaplanes and two nights stay at Pacific Inn: Kay Waring.
o Sony MP3 player: Lora-Leigh Stelmaschuk.
o Cooler and hoodie from Coastal Pacific Airlines and two vests from BC Ferries: Dave Hunter.
o Return trip to Prince Rupert with Sandspit Adventures and two nights stay at Coast Prince Rupert Hotel: Ruth Brooks.

Just Posted

Slow down for students: School zone speeds now in effect

RCMP will be making sure drivers keep it at 30 km/h or less, with heavy fines for breaking the law

Queen Charlotte fire hall is a go

Start of construction marked with groundbreaking ceremony

NCRD Board turns attention to Haida Gwaii

Fishing concerns, recreation commission, and Sandspit festival all receive focus

IV cancer treatment returning to Haida Gwaii

Arrival of a new pharmacy technician means the service can resume

Logging moves forward as court rules against Haida Gwaii protesters

Injunction won against activists seeking to protect culturally and archaeologically significant site

VIDEO: B.C. man’s yard comes alive with grizzlies at night

Malakwa man has captured images of 12 different grizzlies on video

A year after pot legalization in Canada, it’s a slow roll

It’s one year into Canada’s experiment in legal marijuana, and hundreds of legal pot shops have opened

ELECTION 2019: Climate strikes push environment to top of mind for federal leaders

Black Press Media presents a three-part series on three big election issues

ICBC willing to loosen grip on driver claim data, David Eby says

Private insurers say claims record monopoly keeps them out

B.C. principal suspended for failing to help student who reported inappropriate touching

Principal didn’t remove student from the teacher’s class nor call the parents within a reasonable time

Port Moody mayor goes back on unpaid leave during sex assault investigation

Rob Vagramov said he intends to return as mayor in three or four weeks

UBC issues statement after instructor tells students to vote for Liberal Party

University says partisan messaging was not intentional

Cowichan Valley brothers win big in lottery for second time

Playing same numbers net big wins over a three year period

Fatal overdoses down by 33% in B.C., but carfentanil deaths continue to spike

Carfentanil, an illicit drug more powerful than fentanyl, causing more deaths than ever

Most Read