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Hill 'n' Dale 4-H'ers county results
COUNTY - The members had a very busy week participating at the South Shore Exhibition, Bridgewater, July 22 to 28.
During 4-H Day, Tuesday, members competed to earn the right to represent their county at the Nova Scotia 4-H Show, Windsor, September 27 to 29.
Results from project judging:
Dairy: junior, Rachel Eddy, second; senior, Julie Berkshire, first and reserve champion.
Dog: senior, Janet Davidson, second and reserve champion.
Sheep: junior, Megan Corkum, second; senior, Shauna Wile, first and champion.
Computer: junior, Daniel Corkum and reserve champion; senior, Matthew Dagley, second.
Small engines: junior, Ian Davidson, first and champion.
Cake decorating: junior, Rachel Eddy, second and reserve champion.
Garden: senior, Ben Floyd, first and champion; Julie Berkshire, second and reserve champion.
Floriculture: junior, Mark Smith, second and reserve champion; senior, Ben Floyd, first.
First Aid: junior, Brittany Conrad, first and reserve champion.
Outdoorsman, senior, Luke Chalupowski, second.
Garden, vegetable preparation, senior, Ben Floyd, first.
Floriculture, floral arrangement, senior, Ben Floyd, first.
Cake decorating: junior, Andrea Fancy, first.
Dairy: Reginald and Donald Scothorn Memorial Show and clip competition, Shauna Wile and Jonathon Nowe.
Photography: senior, Christy Dagley, specialty item, first and reserve champion; senior, Janet Davidson, framed open subject, first; senior, Sheilah Davidson, print display, first and reserve champion; senior, Christy Dagley, open subject, black and white, 5x7, flush mounted, second.
Computer: junior, report, Daniel Corkum, first; junior, web page, Daniel Corkum, first and reserve champion; junior, web page, James Williams, second; senior, web page, Luke Chalupowski, second; senior, web site, Matthew Dagley, first and champion; senior, word processing, Luke Chalupowski, second; senior, specialty item, Matthew Dagley, first; senior, specialty item, Luke Chalupowski, second.
Sewing: senior, Christy Dagley, skirt, second.
Crafts: junior, Hannah Cook, tin punch, first; junior, Hannah Cook, tole painting, second.
Outdoorsman: junior, Benjamin Cook, report on Atlantic white fish, second; junior, Andrea Fancy, leaf collection, first; junior, Benjamin Cook, knot board, first; junior, Mark Chalupowski, utility item, second; senior, Luke Chalupowski for utility item, first; specialty item, first; and poster on global warming, first and champion.
Cake decorating: junior, Andrea Fancy, decorated cake, first and champion; and flower tray tips, first; junior, Hannah Cook, tip board, first.
Foods: junior, Benjamin Cook for chowder, first and champion; drink, first; and butter, second.
First Aid: junior, Brittany Conrad, First Aid poster, first and champion; First Aid kit, first and champion.
Health and fitness: senior, Janet Davidson, report, first and champion.
Floriculture: junior, display box, Mark Smith, second; junior, specialty item, Mark Smith, first and reserve champion; senior, display box, Ben Floyd, second; senior, specialty item, Ben Floyd, second and reserve.
Garden, senior, Ben Floyd, box display, first and champion; senior, Julie Berkshire, box display, second and reserve champion; senior, Ben Floyd, specialty item, first; senior, Ben Floyd, poster, second.
Small engines, junior, Ian Davidson, damaged parts displayed, first and champion.
Livestock project results:
Sheep: showmanship, senior, Shauna Wile, second and champion; showmanship, junior, Megan Corkum, first; dairy showmanship, senior, Jonathon Nowe, second.
Ayrshire calf: senior class, first, Kayla Palmer.
Jersey calf, senior class, Rachel Eddy, first and champion; Morgan Smith, second and reserve champion.
Jersey calf: summer yearling, Julie Berkshire, first; Janet Davidson, second.
Holstein calf: summer yearling, Matthew Wile, second; junior yearling, Shauna Wile, first; Jonathon Nowe, second.
Members are now busy selling fall bulbs as a county fundraiser until September 14.
Mrs. Lucille Wentzell
A card party and food sale, sponsored by St. Luke's Ladies Aid, was held in the hall July 26. Eleven-and-one-half tables of Auction 45s were in play.
Prizes were presented to: ladies' high, Mrs. Betty Slauenwhite; ladies' second, Mrs. Marjorie Oxner; gent's high, Mr. Russell Legge; gent's second, Mr. Wallace Emeneau; lucky tally, Mrs. Lucille Himmelman; travelling prize, Mrs. Phyllis Zinck; 50-50 draw, Mrs. Betty Holland.
At the close of the game, refreshments were served.
Recent visitors with Helen Daniels and Paul were Harley and Kim Eisnor, Coldbrook; Garnet and Viola Jodrey; and Linda Acker.
On Friday evening, Paul Daniels visited with Harley and Kim Eisnor at their cottage on Lake Sixty.
Harley and Kim Eisnor, and granddaughter MacKenzie, called on Helen Daniels, Saturday evening.
Lloyd Millet, Fraxville, called on Garnet and Viola Jodrey one day recently. Other callers were Eric and Marion Wilson, and Linda Acker.
Mona Lantz, New Germany, visited with Janice and Ryan Wilson, Monday.
Ryan Wilson spent Friday afternoon with Kevin McDade and several of his friends, Lake Pleasant, and Monday morning with Tyler Wilson, Meisners Section.
Rhena Joudrey and Marion Wilson accompanied Janice Wilson to Halifax, Sunday, where they attended a bridal shower for Rhona Mailman.
Mrs. L. Wamboldt
Sympathy to the family of the late Police Chief of Bridgewater, Shirlen Seamone.
Congratulations to Owen and Marie Zwicker, Charleston, who are first-time grandparents of a granddaughter.
Kyle and Samantha Corkum, Baker Settlement, were weekend guests of their grandparents, Dave and Susan Hamm.
Malcolm and Theresa Hardy spent the month of July visiting Darren and Traci Hardy, Merrimack, New Hampshire.
Congratulations to Paul and Wanda Martin, Bridgewater, on the birth of their first child, a daughter born at the SSRH. Visitors while in hospital were Dave and Susan Hamm, July 29.
Kirk, Doreen and Breanna Shand, Whites Lake, were weekend guests of Thelma and Douglas Wamboldt.
The anxiously-awaited stork has arrived to Shelley and Darrell Manuel, Lunenburg. A new baby girl was born July 29, a little sister for Jordan and Sydney. Grandparents are Wayne and Madelyne Sarty, Middlewood.
Congratulations to Murray and Dot Legge, Rhodes Corner, who are the new owners of the Little Lake Family Campground, Centre.
Several members of the Middlewood United Church Choir attended the hymn sing service at Broad Cove, July 28, which was led by Bruce Fifer.
Belated anniversary greetings to Mary and Gordon Corkum, who celebrated their 38th wedding anniversary, July 31.
Family gathered at the home of Marie Bollivar for supper, July 21. The occasion was Blair's birthday.
Congratulations to Kerry and Peter Barkhouse on the birth of their baby girl, Abigail Johanna Rose, July 16, a sister for Jacob.
On July 24, Marjorie Robar and Joe Tzagarakis visited Helen and Paul Daniels in Dalhousie, and spent an enjoyable morning together.
Later on that same day, Marjorie Robar was visited by her granddaughter, Denice Russell, Bridgewater, and her daughter, Janet Russell, North River. It was nice seeing them.
Sorry to report the death of Shirlen Seamone, July 24. Shirlen was the Police Chief for the Town of Bridgewater, and served the people of the town well for 32 years. He will be greatly missed by the community, especially the baseball association, and of course, his family to whom our sincere condolences go.
His popularity was proven when Bridgewater witnessed one of the largest funerals ever attended by both the citizens of Bridgewater and the Brotherhood of Fellow Peace Officers. His last "traffic stop" was his biggest.
The residents of Voglers Cove and surrounding communities are pleased to now have the general store reopened under the management of Norman and Debbie Bagnald.
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. David Porteous were son, Harold Porteous, and wife, Dartmouth; Ruth Conrad, Lower Sackville, who also visited her mother, Doris Conrad, from Wednesday to Friday. On Thursday, they motored to Shelburne where they visited Clayton MacLean.
Mansfield Selig is spending some time at his home following work on the Coast Guard.
Rev. Wayne and Janet Mitton spent their vacation at their home here, at Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick, where they visited his mother, Mrs. Thelma Mitton.
Wilson Reinhardt, Timberlea, visited with his mother, Mrs. Lorinda Reinhardt, Monday and Tuesday.
|August 7, 2002|
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