POMEROY — Judging of 4-H food projects and specialty programs in preparation for the 2014 Meigs County Fair on Aug. 11-16 has been completed and the results announced.
In the cake decorating category, 12 and under, Jasina Will took the grand champion award with Victoria Curtis name reserve champion, and Masris Hall and MaKayla Runyon getting honorable mention.
In cake decoration, 13 and over, the top winner was Ashley Buchanan, with Amber Moodispaugh being named reserve champion, and Rachael Rice getting an honorable mention.
Abigal Houser was named grand champion in the Pantry Panic category with Kayla Hawthorne as reserve champion.
Other winners in their respective categories listed grand champion, reserve champion and honorable mention were as follows:
- Let’s Bake Quick Breads: Addie McDaniel, Marissa Brooker and Allison Barber.
- Shack Attack: Missouri Brown and Cassidy Bailey Elizabeth Older and Haley Miller.
- Food & Fitness for Fun: Emma Bing and Logan Greenlee.
- I Spy in the Kitchen: Olivia Harris, Maylee Barringer, and Abigail Bauerbach.
- You’re the Chef: Tori Chaney.
- Sports Nutrition: Elizabeth Teaford.
- Global Gourmet: Meghan Short and Mallory McIntyre.
- Foot & Fitness Choices for you: Meghan Short, Miranda Greenlee.
- Fast Break for Breakfast:. Cooper Schagel.
- Pathways to Culinary Success: Jesse Morris.
- Star Spangled Foods: Madison Lisle, Hannah Sharp.
- Yeast Breads on the Rise: Miranda Greenlee.
- Grill Master: Katlyn Barber, Megan Short.
- Party Planner: Raeven Reedy.
Other judging results included:
- Family History Treasure Hunt: Taylor Parker.
- Focus on Photography: Avary Mugrage, Hailey Staats, Sydney Roush.
- Mastering Photography – Level 3 Brittany Wells.
- Photography Master Grand champion: Mary Willard.