Evergreen Fair Results for Aug. 23

4-H RABBITS

Informational Exhibit (Posters) Juniors Champion &Merit: Austin Brown, Arlington; Reserve Champion: Presley Dewald, Bothell; Creative &Judge’s Choice: Otto Miller, Gold Bar; Special: Emily Gibson, Monroe; Creative: Abby Lundy, Brier; Merit: Sarah Kovich, Bothell; Intermediates Champion &Special: Milissa Harnden, Monroe; Reserve Champion &Judge’s Choice: Nicole Hagens, Duvall; Creative: Grethe Steensgaard, Snoqualmie; Merit: Joshua Stenchever, Sultan; Seniors Champion: Megan Howard, Bothell; Reserve Champion &Merit: Shay Stenchever, Sultan

Arts &Crafts

Juniors Champion: Presley Dewald, Bothell; Reserve Champion &Creative: Hannah Gonsalves, Mountlake Terrace; Judge’s Choice: Sarah Kovich, Bothell; Award of Excellence: Lucy Hibbard, Everett; Merit: Charles Jelenek, Monroe; Intermediates Champion &Merit: Hannah McCaughan, Snohomish; Reserve Champion &Special: Genevieve Schmidt, Snohomish; Merit: Nicole Hagens, Duvall; Seniors Champion, Creative &Judge’s Choice: Shay Stenchever, Sultan; Reserve Champion: Kendall McIntyre, Lynnwood

Tanned Hides

Juniors — Champion, Reserve Champion, &Merit: Charles Jelenek; Seniors: Champion, Creative, &Award of Excellence: Shay Stenchever, Sultan

Angora Fiber

Champion: Hannah McCaughan, Snohomish; Reserve Champion: Lindsey Kramme, Granite Falls; Open Class Needle Arts: Heather Lawrence, Seattle; Sweepstakes: Heather Lawrence, Seattle; Best of Division: Erika Dyer, Marysville; Best of Division: Pat Hahn, Bellevue: Best of Division: Heather Lawrence, Seattle: Class Winner: Erika Dyer, Marysville; Class Winner: Pat Hahn, Bellevue; Class Winner: Joy Schaffert, Everett; Class Winner: Betty Senff, Snohomish; Class Winner: Amy Crum, Everett; Class Runner-Up: Beth Kovich, Woodinville; Class Runner-Up: Joy Schaffert, Everett; Class Runner-Up: Marsha Kurle, Snohomish; Class Winner: Claire Marsh, Redmond; Creative Award: Corky Savoie, Lake Stevens; Creative Award: Melvin Tatel, Monroe; Creative Award: Cameron Smith, Lynnwood

4-H CATS

Cage Decoration Senior Best of Show: Blake Priestley, Everett; Class Winner: Blake Priestley, Everett; Runner-Up: Katie Bigham, Monroe; Intermediate Best of Show: Whitney Buell, Marysville; Class Winner: Whitney Buell Marysville; Runner-Up: Amy Pratt, Snohomish; Junior Best of Show: Karli Eldore, Tacoma; Class Winner: Karli Eldore, Tacoma; Runner-Up: Haylee Brotherton, Granite Falls; Information Exhibit Senior Best of Show: Blake Priestley, Everett; Class Winner: Karli Eldore, Tacoma; Runner-Up: Joey Bigham, Monroe; Informational Exhibits Intermediate: Whitney Buell, Marysville; Class Winner: Whitney Buell, Marysville; Runner-Up: Emily Smith, Snohomish; Informational Exhibits Junior Best of Show: Sarah Hallman-Luhn, Woodinville; Class Winner: Sarah Hallman-Luhn, Woodinville; Runner-Up: Haylee Brotherton, Granite Falls

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