Monday judging merit award winners announced

The first judging to take place at the Kenosha County Fair junior fair is on Monday and Tuesday, before the fair even officially opens. These are the various projects outside of beef, pork, sheep, swine, poultry and rabbits that youth organization members (most from 4-H Clubs) have been working on all year from art to woodworking.

You can see these projects in person in the two buildings just north and a little east of the Commercial Building.

These projects all receive individual ribbons, but some exceptional projects are chosen for Merit Awards.

Below is a list of some of the Merit Awards from Monday’s judging. We will have more of these results as they become available.

Here are the Merits Award winners in the departments of Cultural Arts, Home Environment and Crocheting:

  • Leah Holloway, Paris Happy Workers, needlepoint canvas.
  • Sarah Sherman, Slades Corners Lucky Clovers, mosaic table.
  • Madison Fenske, Wheatland  Willing Workers, flower pot Santa’s toyworkshop.
  • Andrea Muhlenbeck, Paris Happy Workers, clay pot turtle.
  • Matthew Dahl, Somers Chargers, Beaded necklace.
  • Brianna Wolkober, Brighton, decorated jacket.
  • Samantha Klugiewicz, Salem Pioneers, article made from reeds.
  • Alyssa Heibor, Somers Chargers, refinished chair.
  • Alexander Dawson, Somers Chargers, wall hanging.
  • Brenna Eaves, Kenosha Klovers, crocheting “Sherlock.”
  • Jared Holloway, Paris Happy Workers, creative writing.
  • Hannah Gruener, E.A.R.T.H., creative writing.
  • Carolyn Brown, Bristol Strivers, basket.
  • Samantha Karls, Slades Corners Lucky Clovers, ceramic bowl.
  • Alexandra Leoris, The Mustangs, leaf painting.
  • Cassandra Epping, Wheatland Willing Workers, black and white drawing.
  • Makana Miles, Wheatland Willing Workers, scrapbook.
  • Caitlyn Lawrence, Bristol, “C” collage.
  • Brianna Wolkober, Brighton Bombers/Explorers, decorated jacket.



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