Field Days 2022 Results: Home and Garden Department
NEW HAVEN — Results have come in for the Home and Garden judging at the 2022 Addison County Fair and Field Days, held in early August.
Kinney Drug Photo Challenge: Sharon Macedo.
Best Photo Adult: Heather Morse.
Abi Sessions Award Best Photo, Youth 4-12: Tommy Armell.
Best Photo, Youth 13-18: Lily Gordon.
People’s Choice Photo: Ben Munkres.
Judge’s Choice, Youth: Ben Munkres.
Judge’s Choice, Adult: Madeline Sturtevant.
Main Street Stationary Best entry in Art: Courtney Allenson.
Middlebury Frame Shop Best Color Rendering, Adult: Ellyn Mack.
Recycled Reading Best Color Rendering, 4-12: Saebryn Carter.
Sparrow Art Best Color Rendering, 13-18: Katherine Moran.
Otter Creek Frame Shop Best B&W Rendering, Adult: Courtney Allenson.
Recycled Reading Best B&W Rendering, 13-18: Katherine Moran.
Vermont Book Shop Best Entry in Folk Art, Adult: Britney Aube.
Judith Larson Award for Youth in Folk Art: Tommy Armell.
Middlebury Studio School Superintendents Award: Hadley Brown.
Sparrow Art Superintendents Award: Rhylee Macedo.
People’s Choice Art: Saebryn Carter.
King Arthur Award, Adult: 1. Rosemary Zewinski; 2. Heather Morse; 3. Cheryl Cesario.
King Arthur Award, Youth: 1. Charlies Flynn; 2. Grace Tolles.
Middlebury Bagel and Deli Baking Prize, Adult: Melanie Paquette.
Middlebury Bagel and Deli Best Muffins: Ella Apuzzo-Kidder.
Monument Farms Dairy Prize, Youth: Mesa Reynolds.
Middlebury Natural Foods Best Decorated Cake, Adult: Heather Morse.
Best Decorated Cake, Youth: Normandie Cesario.
Maple Meadows Farm Best Cake: Heather Morse.
Honey Baked Goods: Perry Lessing.
Honey Baked Goods: Heather Morse.
Middlebury Natural Foods Coop Canning Award: Louise Bowdish.
Lillian Humphrey’s Canning Award: Margaret Hough.
Lillian Humphrey’s Canning Award: Mike Denis.
Wanda Goodyear Memorial Baked Bean Contest: 1. Cindy Peet; 2. Regina Bird; 3. Fred Peet; 4. Susan Bird; 5. January Stearns.
Garden Department Awards
Outstanding Youth Gardener: Maisie Peet.
Premier Gardener: Carol Krawcyzk.
Flower Show Awards
Fred Peet Award, Most Outstanding Youth 9-18: Ella Apuzzo Kidder.
Middlebury Agway, Most Outstanding Exhibitor: Lynne Rapoport.
Coles Flowers Award, Most Unique Entry: June Moncrief.
Shallow Rock Greenhouse, Most Outstanding Plant: Katie Jackson.
January Stearns Award Best Youth Entry, 4-8: Normandie Cesario.
Heather Morse Award Most Outstanding Adult entry: Cynthia Witscher.
Ervin Henecke Award for best natural fiber item: Courtney Allenson.
Patricia Henecke Award for outstanding socks: Sarah Johnson.
Deb Kinder McClay Award for most creative baby item: Keri Streeter.
Hermit Thrush Fiber Company Award for best knitting by youth: Payden Garthaffner.
Twist ‘O Wool Award for best handspun item: Alice Smolinsky.
Twist ‘O Wool Award for best felted item: Sharron Bigelow.
Eleanor Boucher Memorial Award for best woven item: Hazel Rakowski.
Quilters Corner Award for best sewn garment: Alice Munson.
Quilters Corner Award for best sewn item by youth: David Larocque.
Quilters Corner Award for most outstanding quilt: Christine Pouliot.
Quilters Corner Award for best commercially quilted quilt: Virginia Deering.
Quilters Corner Award for best quilted item: Phyllis Bowdish.
Bethany Barry Award for outstanding embroidery: Deborah Kirby.
Rae Dwight Award for outstanding embroidery by youth: Payden Garthaffner.
Rose Ann Farese Award for innovative modern stitchery: Judy Baker.
The Oxford Company Award for most outstanding hooking: Diane Neuse.
Jack Brown Award for outstanding woodwork: Edward Malzac and Mike Denis.
Jack Brown Award for outstanding woodwork by youth: Isaac Haskell.
Bethany Barry Award for creative shopping bag: Courtney Allenson.
Bethany Barry Award for outstanding creative crochet: Nicolee Torrey.
Golden Years Award: Alice Munson.
Jerry and Cheryl Connor Award for best youth handicrafts: Payden Garthaffner.
Grand Prize in Handicrafts: Judy Baker.
Leona Thompson Award Winner: Mike Denis.
Frances Monroe Youth Award: Normandie Cesario.
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