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2011 Chester County 4-H Fair Exhibits Club Projects

Posted: August 9, 2011

Over 200 projects were entered for exhibition at the Chester County 4-H Fair.

Judging was completed on Monday, August 8th, 2011.

This year’s submission featured several projects in sewing, artwork, pet care, woodworking, horticulture, club displays, and project record books for horses and livestock.

Grand Champion Winners for Monday’s judging

  • Lydia Lion, Horse Project Books;
  • Matthew Stuetz, Lap Quilt;
  • James Nace, Vegetable Growing;
  • Madeline Martin, Flower Arranging;
  • Matthew Stuetz, Textile(Pillowcase);
  • Kyle MacCauley, Photography;
  • Sarah Nafzinger, Beef Education Posters;
  • Cecilia Stuetz, Individual Scrap Books;
  • Amy Berusch, Lauren Berush, Gabby Smith, and Hayley Grossbauer for Officer Club    Books;
  • Matthew Stuetz, Candy Making:
  • Madeline Martin, Open Class Crafts-Arts/ Painting.

Reserve Grand Champions

  • Hayley Grossbauer, Lauren Hogstram, Sierra Ellis, and Claire Brady for Horse Project Books;
  • Vqrunika Tawani, Lap Quilt;
  • Madeline Martin, Vegetables;
  • Cahal Donaghue, Pillowcase;
  • Madeline Martin, Photography;
  • Chris Macauley, Beef Education Poster;
  • Emily Rader, Individual Scrapbooks;
  • Emily Rader, Clever Clovers Club Display;
  • Alex Taylor, Lauren Berusch, and Gabby Smith, Officer Club Books;
  • Jessica Restivo, Candy Making;
  • Madeline Martin, Project Wool.

Projects were also submitted and judged from youth members in partnership with 4-H Creating Community Networks Program Sites, 4-H Summer Specials, CCIU Migrant Education, and Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania.

Featured projects

  • Decorated paper stars, (part of a community service project for local veterans), “Papel Amate” paintings from Rosedale Road (Kennett Square) trailer community,  Woodworking projects from Regency Park community (Coatesville),
  •  “Learn to Sew” Cloverbud projects from the Indian Run (Honeybrook) mobile home community,
  • Nutrition Project Exhibit/Nutrition Links Program from Church of the Living Fountain (South Coatesville) and
  •  “God’s Eyes” from East Linden Street (Kennett Square) community.

CCIU Migrant Education students also submitted class projects completed during their 4-H Art Program including Vegetable Stamping and Tin Press Art.