GREENVILLE — Four men and five women were awarded rosettes Tuesday in the Domestic Arts competition at the Great Darke County Fair.
Kenny Coates Jr. not only won a rosette for his Grandstand but he also was named best of show with that entry.
Tim Nealeigh also received two rosettes. However, it was in different classes; one for his reproduction dress and the other for his crocheted bed/lady/bassinet.
Additional winners were:
— Barb Lavy for her hand-quilted quilt.
— Laura Hinders for her multi-color knitted afghan.
— Anna Mae Johnson for her color embroidered table centerpiece.
— Jane Sewell for her tatting horse.
— Barb Hodson for her coverlet.
— Jerry Manning for a fretwork covered bridge.
— Ken Pence for his USS Constitution Ship entry.
Betsy Nisonger, secretary of the Domestic Arts Department, said entries were down this year by just a few — about 20 items.
“There were 183 exhibitors with 148 different winners and 1,024 entries,” she said.
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