FCS and General Awards winners


The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Anna Garnai (holding a platter), Addison Swope, Danica Henderson, Patience Persing, Autumn Smith and Owen Koch; and from left in the back row are FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Jenna Hanlon, Makayla Henry, Katie Hughes, Carolyn Koch, Allie Houseman, Paige Bryant and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.

The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Anna Garnai (holding a platter), Addison Swope, Danica Henderson, Patience Persing, Autumn Smith and Owen Koch; and from left in the back row are FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Jenna Hanlon, Makayla Henry, Katie Hughes, Carolyn Koch, Allie Houseman, Paige Bryant and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the non-cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Alyssa Hutchinson, Hayden Franek, Addison Swope, Carolyn Koch, Mikala Hatfield, Niki White and Jack Stingley; from left in the middle row, Honor Persing, Jacob George, Hannah Gaines and Kaleb Hughes; and from left in the back row, FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Mercy Persing, Allie Houseman, Michael Shobe, Evan Stewart, Dakota Collom and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Anna Garnai (holding a platter), Addison Swope, Danica Henderson, Patience Persing, Autumn Smith and Owen Koch; and from left in the back row are FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Jenna Hanlon, Makayla Henry, Katie Hughes, Carolyn Koch, Allie Houseman, Paige Bryant and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.

The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the non-cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Alyssa Hutchinson, Hayden Franek, Addison Swope, Carolyn Koch, Mikala Hatfield, Niki White and Jack Stingley; from left in the middle row, Honor Persing, Jacob George, Hannah Gaines and Kaleb Hughes; and from left in the back row, FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Mercy Persing, Allie Houseman, Michael Shobe, Evan Stewart, Dakota Collom and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.

The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Anna Garnai (holding a platter), Addison Swope, Danica Henderson, Patience Persing, Autumn Smith and Owen Koch; and from left in the back row are FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Jenna Hanlon, Makayla Henry, Katie Hughes, Carolyn Koch, Allie Houseman, Paige Bryant and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_cooking_p.jpgThe first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Anna Garnai (holding a platter), Addison Swope, Danica Henderson, Patience Persing, Autumn Smith and Owen Koch; and from left in the back row are FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Jenna Hanlon, Makayla Henry, Katie Hughes, Carolyn Koch, Allie Houseman, Paige Bryant and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the non-cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Alyssa Hutchinson, Hayden Franek, Addison Swope, Carolyn Koch, Mikala Hatfield, Niki White and Jack Stingley; from left in the middle row, Honor Persing, Jacob George, Hannah Gaines and Kaleb Hughes; and from left in the back row, FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Mercy Persing, Allie Houseman, Michael Shobe, Evan Stewart, Dakota Collom and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_non_cooking_p.jpgThe first-place winners and state fair qualifiers in the non-cooking classes at the Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) and General Awards Program are, from left in the front row, Alyssa Hutchinson, Hayden Franek, Addison Swope, Carolyn Koch, Mikala Hatfield, Niki White and Jack Stingley; from left in the middle row, Honor Persing, Jacob George, Hannah Gaines and Kaleb Hughes; and from left in the back row, FCS Queen Carrie Robinson, Mercy Persing, Allie Houseman, Michael Shobe, Evan Stewart, Dakota Collom and Clinton County Junior Fair Queen Falesa Fyffe. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal