Mason County Fair Awards


Ronnie Bonecutter is the outstanding 4-H exhibitor at this year’s Mason County Fair. Bonecutter is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.


Beth Sergent | Register

Faith Cook took second place in the 4-H exhibitor competition. Cook is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.


Beth Sergent | Register

Adam Wilson is the Donnie Hill Award winner. Wilson is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Senior Winner is Nate Benson, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. The family started the award in 2005 in memory of Sonny who was a staple at the Mason County Fair. As the announcer put it when presenting the award on Friday, “the fair is family” and Sonny represented that, as does the award that carries on his legacy.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Junior Winner is Cade Blackshire, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. This year there were over 30 applicants for the Fry award.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Bill McDermitt Memorial Award went to Bunni Peters, pictured here with members of the McDermitt family, included Brian, Billy, Jonathan and Brian McDermitt.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Lamb went to Jace Cyrus. The award was sponsored by City Ice and Fuel, represented here by Vickie Walker.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Replacement Heifer went to Grace Cottrill. The award was sponsored by Pursley Carpentry and J&T Shorthorn, both represented here by Chuck Pursley and Tina Benson.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Street went to Brandy Facemyer. The award was sponsored by Ohio Valley Bank, represented here by Mario Liberatore and Kathy Bowser.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Feeder Calf went to Bunni Peters. The award was sponsored by Drop Tine Properties, represented here by R.F. Stein, Jr.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Hog went to Levi Wright. The award was sponsored by Piggly Wiggly, represented here by Brent and Tyler Eastman.


Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Goat went to Kauri Porter. The award was sponsored by Bob’s Market and Greenhouses, represented here by Leonard Koenig.


Beth Sergent | Register

Ronnie Bonecutter is the outstanding 4-H exhibitor at this year’s Mason County Fair. Bonecutter is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.

Faith Cook took second place in the 4-H exhibitor competition. Cook is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.

Adam Wilson is the Donnie Hill Award winner. Wilson is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.

The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Senior Winner is Nate Benson, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. The family started the award in 2005 in memory of Sonny who was a staple at the Mason County Fair. As the announcer put it when presenting the award on Friday, “the fair is family” and Sonny represented that, as does the award that carries on his legacy.

The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Junior Winner is Cade Blackshire, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. This year there were over 30 applicants for the Fry award.

The Bill McDermitt Memorial Award went to Bunni Peters, pictured here with members of the McDermitt family, included Brian, Billy, Jonathan and Brian McDermitt.

The Born and Raised Award for Market Lamb went to Jace Cyrus. The award was sponsored by City Ice and Fuel, represented here by Vickie Walker.

The Born and Raised Award for Replacement Heifer went to Grace Cottrill. The award was sponsored by Pursley Carpentry and J&T Shorthorn, both represented here by Chuck Pursley and Tina Benson.

The Born and Raised Award for Market Street went to Brandy Facemyer. The award was sponsored by Ohio Valley Bank, represented here by Mario Liberatore and Kathy Bowser.

The Born and Raised Award for Feeder Calf went to Bunni Peters. The award was sponsored by Drop Tine Properties, represented here by R.F. Stein, Jr.

The Born and Raised Award for Market Hog went to Levi Wright. The award was sponsored by Piggly Wiggly, represented here by Brent and Tyler Eastman.

The Born and Raised Award for Market Goat went to Kauri Porter. The award was sponsored by Bob’s Market and Greenhouses, represented here by Leonard Koenig.

Ronnie Bonecutter is the outstanding 4-H exhibitor at this year’s Mason County Fair. Bonecutter is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-4H1.jpgRonnie Bonecutter is the outstanding 4-H exhibitor at this year’s Mason County Fair. Bonecutter is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright. Beth Sergent | Register

Faith Cook took second place in the 4-H exhibitor competition. Cook is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-4H2.jpgFaith Cook took second place in the 4-H exhibitor competition. Cook is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright. Beth Sergent | Register

Adam Wilson is the Donnie Hill Award winner. Wilson is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Donnie-Hill.jpgAdam Wilson is the Donnie Hill Award winner. Wilson is pictured alongside WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright. Beth Sergent | Register

The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Senior Winner is Nate Benson, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. The family started the award in 2005 in memory of Sonny who was a staple at the Mason County Fair. As the announcer put it when presenting the award on Friday, “the fair is family” and Sonny represented that, as does the award that carries on his legacy.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Fry-1.jpgThe Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Senior Winner is Nate Benson, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. The family started the award in 2005 in memory of Sonny who was a staple at the Mason County Fair. As the announcer put it when presenting the award on Friday, “the fair is family” and Sonny represented that, as does the award that carries on his legacy. Beth Sergent | Register

The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Junior Winner is Cade Blackshire, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. This year there were over 30 applicants for the Fry award.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Fry-2.jpgThe Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award Junior Winner is Cade Blackshire, pictured here with Fry’s daughter Dena Fry. This year there were over 30 applicants for the Fry award. Beth Sergent | Register

The Bill McDermitt Memorial Award went to Bunni Peters, pictured here with members of the McDermitt family, included Brian, Billy, Jonathan and Brian McDermitt.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-MdDermitt.jpgThe Bill McDermitt Memorial Award went to Bunni Peters, pictured here with members of the McDermitt family, included Brian, Billy, Jonathan and Brian McDermitt. Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Lamb went to Jace Cyrus. The award was sponsored by City Ice and Fuel, represented here by Vickie Walker.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-City.jpgThe Born and Raised Award for Market Lamb went to Jace Cyrus. The award was sponsored by City Ice and Fuel, represented here by Vickie Walker. Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Replacement Heifer went to Grace Cottrill. The award was sponsored by Pursley Carpentry and J&T Shorthorn, both represented here by Chuck Pursley and Tina Benson.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Cottrill.jpgThe Born and Raised Award for Replacement Heifer went to Grace Cottrill. The award was sponsored by Pursley Carpentry and J&T Shorthorn, both represented here by Chuck Pursley and Tina Benson. Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Street went to Brandy Facemyer. The award was sponsored by Ohio Valley Bank, represented here by Mario Liberatore and Kathy Bowser.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-OVB.jpgThe Born and Raised Award for Market Street went to Brandy Facemyer. The award was sponsored by Ohio Valley Bank, represented here by Mario Liberatore and Kathy Bowser. Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Feeder Calf went to Bunni Peters. The award was sponsored by Drop Tine Properties, represented here by R.F. Stein, Jr.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Peters.jpgThe Born and Raised Award for Feeder Calf went to Bunni Peters. The award was sponsored by Drop Tine Properties, represented here by R.F. Stein, Jr. Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Hog went to Levi Wright. The award was sponsored by Piggly Wiggly, represented here by Brent and Tyler Eastman.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Piggly.jpgThe Born and Raised Award for Market Hog went to Levi Wright. The award was sponsored by Piggly Wiggly, represented here by Brent and Tyler Eastman. Beth Sergent | Register

The Born and Raised Award for Market Goat went to Kauri Porter. The award was sponsored by Bob’s Market and Greenhouses, represented here by Leonard Koenig.
http://mydailyregister.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Porter.jpgThe Born and Raised Award for Market Goat went to Kauri Porter. The award was sponsored by Bob’s Market and Greenhouses, represented here by Leonard Koenig. Beth Sergent | Register
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