Quallen, Mason earn dairy memorial awards


Sarah Quallen, right, earned the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the senior division. She is with presenter Jennifer Cohen, left, at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.

Sarah Quallen, right, earned the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the senior division. She is with presenter Jennifer Cohen, left, at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Kailyn Mason receives the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the junior division. The presentation occurred during the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Sarah Quallen, right, earned the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the senior division. She is with presenter Jennifer Cohen, left, at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.

Kailyn Mason receives the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the junior division. The presentation occurred during the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.

Sarah Quallen, right, earned the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the senior division. She is with presenter Jennifer Cohen, left, at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_sr_dean_p.jpgSarah Quallen, right, earned the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the senior division. She is with presenter Jennifer Cohen, left, at the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Kailyn Mason receives the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the junior division. The presentation occurred during the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_jr_dean_p.jpgKailyn Mason receives the Lawrence Dean and Gary Quallen Memorial Award for being the outstanding dairy exhibitor in the junior division. The presentation occurred during the Clinton County Junior Fair livestock sales. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal