In honor of Mr. Doak


Becky Doak along with daughters Amy Doak and Rachel Doak Swartz presented a special award to this year’s Clinton County Junior Fair Purebred Swine Breeding Show winner Jay Schneder. The award was given in memory of the late Ralph Doak, a lifelong resident of Clinton County and a huge supporter of the purebred swine industry and the youth involved not only in Clinton County, but nationally as well. Shown from left are Becky Doak, Amy Doak, Jay Schneder, and Jenna Victor, Clinton County Pork Queen, and Mikala Hatfield, Clinton County Pork Princess. Rachel Doak Swartz is not pictured. (Due to a production error, the News Journal did not run this photo in a more timely fashion. We apologize for that.)

Becky Doak along with daughters Amy Doak and Rachel Doak Swartz presented a special award to this year’s Clinton County Junior Fair Purebred Swine Breeding Show winner Jay Schneder. The award was given in memory of the late Ralph Doak, a lifelong resident of Clinton County and a huge supporter of the purebred swine industry and the youth involved not only in Clinton County, but nationally as well. Shown from left are Becky Doak, Amy Doak, Jay Schneder, and Jenna Victor, Clinton County Pork Queen, and Mikala Hatfield, Clinton County Pork Princess. Rachel Doak Swartz is not pictured. (Due to a production error, the News Journal did not run this photo in a more timely fashion. We apologize for that.)


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Becky Doak along with daughters Amy Doak and Rachel Doak Swartz presented a special award to this year’s Clinton County Junior Fair Purebred Swine Breeding Show winner Jay Schneder. The award was given in memory of the late Ralph Doak, a lifelong resident of Clinton County and a huge supporter of the purebred swine industry and the youth involved not only in Clinton County, but nationally as well. Shown from left are Becky Doak, Amy Doak, Jay Schneder, and Jenna Victor, Clinton County Pork Queen, and Mikala Hatfield, Clinton County Pork Princess. Rachel Doak Swartz is not pictured. (Due to a production error, the News Journal did not run this photo in a more timely fashion. We apologize for that.)

Becky Doak along with daughters Amy Doak and Rachel Doak Swartz presented a special award to this year’s Clinton County Junior Fair Purebred Swine Breeding Show winner Jay Schneder. The award was given in memory of the late Ralph Doak, a lifelong resident of Clinton County and a huge supporter of the purebred swine industry and the youth involved not only in Clinton County, but nationally as well. Shown from left are Becky Doak, Amy Doak, Jay Schneder, and Jenna Victor, Clinton County Pork Queen, and Mikala Hatfield, Clinton County Pork Princess. Rachel Doak Swartz is not pictured. (Due to a production error, the News Journal did not run this photo in a more timely fashion. We apologize for that.)
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/11/web1_doak-award.jpgBecky Doak along with daughters Amy Doak and Rachel Doak Swartz presented a special award to this year’s Clinton County Junior Fair Purebred Swine Breeding Show winner Jay Schneder. The award was given in memory of the late Ralph Doak, a lifelong resident of Clinton County and a huge supporter of the purebred swine industry and the youth involved not only in Clinton County, but nationally as well. Shown from left are Becky Doak, Amy Doak, Jay Schneder, and Jenna Victor, Clinton County Pork Queen, and Mikala Hatfield, Clinton County Pork Princess. Rachel Doak Swartz is not pictured. (Due to a production error, the News Journal did not run this photo in a more timely fashion. We apologize for that.) Courtesy photo