Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Ten-year old Bailey Gimlin had quite a successful fair as well. This is Bailey's second official year in 4-H. She received Top of Show for her 4-H food preservation entry; and was awarded a canning book sponsored by Jamie Espinoza. Miss Gimlin also received Top of Show for her record book. At 4-H Style Revue, Bailey received both champion and reserve champion ribbons; and qualified to take her clothing project to the Western Washington State Fair in Puyallup. She has also qualified to take preservation, baking, craft and photography 4-H entries to the State Fair. Miss Gimlin's grandma, Kay Carr, reported that although Bailey did well in various still life areas, she enjoyed her baking and photography projects the most. Good luck in Puyallup with your many 4-H entries, Bailey! Brent and Amy Gimlin are Bailey's proud parents.
I do have a correction for results from the 2011 Klickitat County Fair. Last week I reported that Butch Hallenbeck received Best of Show honors for his rodeo photograph, but it was actually a Top of Show award. He also received a Judge's Choice award for another photo. Way to go, Butch!
Don't be modest or shy...I would love to feature additional results from this year's fair in the Glenwood news article. Call Terry at 364-3371 to have your awards recognized!
The Glenwood Rodeo Association is planning the 11th annual Fun/Prize Ride for Sunday, Sept. 25. As you know the end of September is a beautiful time in the Glenwood Valley; with unbelievably spectacular fall foliage. What better time to take a nice trail ride to enjoy Mother Nature's fall finery? The price is $5 per hand; first horse out at 10 a.m. and last horse out by noon. Meals featuring burgers or kielbasas, beans and dessert will be available after the ride for only $7. There will be a lot of prizes for this fun event. We hope to see you there! If you have questions, please contact Chris Miller at 509-364-3427 or Roxie Clemmer at 364-3539.