Butler County Residents Show Off Wonderful Exhibits Through the 2017 Catfish Festival Open Division Showcase
Butler County residents had a chance to exhibit various items during the 2017 Catfish Festival with entering their items in the Butler County Open Division Contest. Categories included canned foods, baked goods, quilts, stitchery, paintings, drawings, breads, clothing, along with many others.
Residents entered their projects during the Open Division Contest entry day, with all items being judged for work, creativity, and overall appearance. Items received ribbons, and all were exhibited during the 2017 Catfish Festival at the Eva Hawes Ag Building.
Great job to everyone who participated! Ribbon Winners include:
Holly Leonard – Dill Pickles – Blue and Grand
Tammy Clark – Breads – Blue and Grand
Wilma Logan – Quilt – Blue and Grand
Theresa Coleman – Embroidery/Quilt – Red
Linda Pendley – Quilt – Blue; Stitchery - Blue
Kathy Lawrence – Photography – 3 Blues, Red, Grand;
Dalys Bishop – Photography – 2 Blues
Kenna Martin – Arts & Crafts – Blue, Red
Christine Bratcher – Arts & Crafts – Blue, Grand; Stitchery – Blue Grand
Beverly Hayes – Arts & Crafts – Blue; Stitchery – 2 Blues, Red
Kenneth Martin – Arts & Crafts – Red
Mrs. Christine Bratcher also received a certificate for the Overall Open Division Grand Champion for her multi-colored, crochet shawl. Congratulations Christine!
For more information, contact the Butler Cooperative Extension Service at 112 E GL Smith Street, Morgantown or call 270-526-3767.
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By: Tracy M. Cowles, Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences