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Cloverville results; Baker is grand champ

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By Cathy Toole

The following are the results of the items on exhibit at Cloverville during the Kentucky State Fair.  

The big winner from Henry County was Maray Baker who, at the age of 10, took the grand champion picture for the state fair.  The photography division at the fair is huge and the quantity of amazing pictures is really something.  Maray won class champion with her digital illustration picture and then went on to be chosen best picture of over 500 pictures on exhibit at the fair.  Congratulations Maray what an accomplishment!  Maray also had photos in the following classes:  Landscape - blue, digital collage – red, color horticultural – blue, sequence of four horticulture pictures – blue.  

Caeleb Smith was also chosen as a state champion in the battery powered series with a parallel circuits.  Caeleb also received a blue for his black and white drawing; in photography he received a blue for his community building picture.  In foods Caeleb received a white, senior decoupage, white.  Basic electronic circuits from kits – red, woodworking from a kit – red, woodworking not from a kit – white.  

Jakob Beckley received a white for his photo of collection of three different views.  

Katherine Buckler received a blue for her quilt block square, white on her leaf collection, junior acrylic/oil painting – blue, Unit III in clothing – red.  

Jasmine Cosma received a blue for her junior color drawing.  

Shiven Harris received a blue for his original ceramic in the senior category.  

Tatiana Harris received a red for her accessory for the Home.

Haley Hosey received a blue on her photo of a still life and a blue for her photo of a picture within the community.

Kenzie Kinser received a blue for her picture of a person.  

Allison MaGruder received a blue for her photo of a black and white horticultural picture, blue on her dog poster, and red on her junior watercolor painting.  

Camryn McManis received a blue for her animal picture of a spider.  

Savannah Medley received a red for her collection of six horticultural photos and a white for her three-to-five photographs of the same subject.  

Makenzie Pittman received a blue for her senior acrylic/oil painting.  

Andrew Pollard received a blue on his mixed hay.  Kellyn Smith received a blue on her woodworking from a kit and white on junior decoupage.

Kendyll Smith received a red in the Unit II sewing, blue on her first year knitting project, blue on her first year crocheting project, blue on her colossal cookies, red on her textured rubbing, and white in junior nature craft.  

P.J. Thomason received a blue for her senior color drawing.  

Renee Toole received a blue on her Photos of 5 of an Event and a red on her photos showing movement.  

Cali Turner received a blue in her Unit I sewing, blue on her dessert dish, blue on her scrapbooking page, white on her terrarium, red on her jewelry neadlework, red on her photo of a subject of personal interest, red on a cloth article with machine stitching, and a red on her accessory for the home.  

Alley Webster received a red on her junior original design ceramics.  

Alex Woosley received a red for her junior folk art.  

Kaelin Wright received a blue on her senior watercolor painting.  

Thank you to all of the youth, leaders and parents that took part in making Henry County shine at the Kentucky State Fair.