This year’s top 4H exhibitor is Kenly Arbogast, at right. Also pictured, WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.
This year’s second place 4H exhibitor is Jr. Miss 4H Sarah Deem, at right. Also pictured, WVU Extension Educator Lorrie Wright.
Adam Thomas and Jaden Buttrick receive the clean stall awards for the replacement heifer division, presented by Gretchen Buttrick.
Derrick Jackson, at left, receives the Carl Dunham Memorial Award from Greg Dunham and BRG Farm.
The Kenneth “Sonny” Fry Memorial Award goes to Adam Wilson, far left, for the senior division, and Courtney Young, far right, for the junior division. The award is presented by Fry’s daughter, Dena Fry.
Danielle Foglesong, at center, receives the Bill McDermitt Memorial Award from the McDermitt family including, Teresa Roush, Brian, Billy Joe and Jonathan McDermitt.
David Kapp, at right, receives the Harold Ridenour Memorial Award from Beverly Ridenour.
Pictured is Derek Schwartz, far right, receiving the Born and Raised Award for commercial feeder calf from Drop Tine Properties.
Pictured is Mary Grace Workman, at left, receiving the Born and Raised Award for market goat from Bob’s Market and Greenhouses.
Christian Pyles, at right, receives the Born and Raised Award for market hog by Eastman’s Foodland.
Tori Beth Walker, at left, receives the Born and Raised Award for market lamb presented by City Ice and Fuel.
Pursley Carpentry and J and T Shorthorn presented the Born and Raised Award for replacement heifer to Allison Hatfield. Hatfield is not pictured due to preparing for the livestock sale.
Peoples Bank presented its annual fair scholarship at the award’s ceremony, marking the scholarships’s 50th anniversary. Pictured from left Kaley Harrison, Scott Walker of Peoples Bank, Adam Wilson, first place, Derrick Jackson, second place, Brandon Sayre, third place, Fair Queen Mary Grace Workman, alternate, Sharon Stapleton and Tina Rees of Peoples Bank, Jimmy Dunn, recipient of the first fair scholarship in 1965.