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Fair announces first open class winners

August 20th, 2011 at Sat, 20th, 2011 at 8:02 am by Brian Kelly

Annexea Dobson's "Evil Empress," an entry in the kids' people critter competition.

The judges have announced the first winners in this year’s Island County Fair.
Here are the initial open class special award winners; more open class winners and other awardees will be posted soon.

Food Preservation – Adult
Carrie McLachlan: Other Jam, Best of Variety
Christine Williams: Fruited Vinegar, Best of Variety
Christine Williams: Other Vegetables, Best of Variety
Colleen Nollette: Apple Jelly, Best of Variety
Colleen Nollette: Other Pickles & Relishes, Best of Variety
Erin Kristek: Other Pickles & Relishes, Best of Variety
Rhonda Permenter: Marmalade, Best of Variety
Tarey Kay: Other Meats & Fish, Best of Variety
Tarey Kay: Pie Filling, Best of Variety
Carrie McLachlan: Herb Vinegar, Best of Variety, Best of Show
Christyn Johnson: Dried Vegetables, Merit
Jan Gross: Syrups, Merit
Jennifer McGrath: Other Jelly, Merit
Jim Hicken: Other Pickles & Relishes, Merit
Molly Kay: Cucumber Relish, Merit

Baked Goods – Adult
Erin Peek: Bar Cookies, Best of Show
Erin Peek: Dark Bread, Best of Show
Rhonda Permenter: Other Candy, Best of Show
Sherilyn Bloch: Fruit or Vegetable Cake, Best of Show
Tarey Kay: Pecan or Other Nut Pie, Best of Show
Carrie McLachlan: Gluten-free, any cookie, Merit

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