Fair Woodworking winners


All of the competitors who placed in the Woodworking category are shown.


Phyllis Cocklin photo

Overall Grand Champion for Woodworking was Emily Brausch, left, shown with Family and Consumer Sciences Queen Bridgette Thompson.


Phyllis Cocklin photo

The results in Woodworking at the 2015 Clinton County Fair include:

Class 558, Nailing It Together, Level 3: Junior Division: first, Jacob Ritchey; Senior Division: first, Brennan Dutenhaver; second, Corey Potts.

Class 559, Finishing Up, Level 4: Junior Division: Emily Brausch; Senior Division: first, Matthew Ritchey; second, Brennan Dutenhaver; third, Tim Ritchey.

Class 557, Making the Cut: Junior Division: first, Remington Smith; second, Colton Doyle; third, Elijah Danku

fourth, Abby Danku; fifth, Kyllee Dutenhaver; Senior Division: first, Isaac Danku.

Class 556, Measuring Up: first, Garrett Stenimetz; second, Brooklyn Hamilton; third, Dean Landon; fourth, Jade Griffith; fifth, Grace Fuller; sixth, Teddy Murphy.

Class 560, Woodworking Master: first, Drew Houseman; second, Joshua Ritchey.

Grand Overall: Emily Brausch.

All of the competitors who placed in the Woodworking category are shown.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_Woodworking1toned.jpgAll of the competitors who placed in the Woodworking category are shown. Phyllis Cocklin photo

Overall Grand Champion for Woodworking was Emily Brausch, left, shown with Family and Consumer Sciences Queen Bridgette Thompson.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_Woodworking2toned.jpgOverall Grand Champion for Woodworking was Emily Brausch, left, shown with Family and Consumer Sciences Queen Bridgette Thompson. Phyllis Cocklin photo