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.

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