Coronation Fair bench show winners chosen

The Town of Coronation was abuzz with activity during the 60th annual Coronation Fair held Aug. 17-18. Dallas Creasy checks out the many drawing masterpieces showcased at the bench show in the curling rink. Aside from this, there was an outdoor horse show, a safety demonstration put on by the fire department, music with Pat Gilmer, a money pit, reading program activities, mini carnival, a movie at the soccer field and more. It was capped off with the Professional Bull Riding event on Wednesday where Coronation local Tanner Eno claimed top place. ECA Review/T.Huxley
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The Town of Coronation was abuzz with activity during the 60th annual Coronation Fair held Aug. 17-18. Dallas Creasy checks out the many drawing masterpieces showcased at the bench show in the curling rink. Aside from this, there was an outdoor horse show, a safety demonstration put on by the fire department, music with Pat Gilmer, a money pit, reading program activities, mini carnival, a movie at the soccer field and more. It was capped off with the Professional Bull Riding event on Wednesday where Coronation local Tanner Eno claimed top place. ECA Review/T.Huxley

Many masterpieces were showcased at the bench show in the curling rink including the best vegetables which were ranked accordingly. ECA Review/Terri Huxley

Maysa Hankins, 10, of Erskine, Alta. competes in the English Equitation and English pleasure portions of the outdoor horse show. ECA Review/Terri Huxley

Exhibitors awarded prizes for their bench show entries at Coronation’s 60th Annual Fair celebration and bench show on Aug. 16-17, 2021.

Outstanding entry winners in the Art Section, ages 6-11: Calla Brigley; ages 7-11: Alia Melville; ages 12-18: Lauryn Perry; adult: Rhonda Blais and senior entry: Linda Osetsky-Kneeland.

Most points obtained in Junior Photography was Kenzie Hewitt while Donald Osetsky and Donna Glasier tied in the adult category.

In the Home Economics category, Kenadie Thornton took the prize for most points while Shirley Duncan took the adult category. Angie Evans got the most points in the disabled category and Margaret Bossert, Sonja Smith, Wild Sieger and Verna Pengelly all tied for most points in the Over 80 category.

Most points in Junior Needlework and Hobbies and best sewing entry under 12 both went to Julie Hewitt.

Under 16 category best sewing entry went to Lynn Hewitt.

Best entry in needlework and hobbies went to Neah Stelmaschuk and Alexis Perry took home the prize for most points.

Most points in the adult category went to Laurie Bullick; disabled hobbies most points to Angela Evans; Most Over 80 category points was a 3-way tie between Susan Wilson, Margaret Bossert and Francis Forrest.

Most points in adult needlework went to Carrie Wager while Jane Lowis took the prize for most outstanding entry in needlework.

No prizes were awarded for the most points in the Horticulture category as entries were way down.

In the School Section, prizes were awarded for handwriting, original fiction, poetry, essays, 3D art, book reports, animal pictures and notebooks.

Prizes were awarded for outstanding entry. In Grades 1-3: Brady McLean; Grades 4-6: a tie between Nikki Chao and Raynah Richardson; Grades 7-9: Julie Richardson; and Grades 10-12: Kyla Richardson.

 

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