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More results from the Whidbey Island fair

Jessie Ledgerwood, 17, of Oak Harbor shows off her horse Eagle during the Whidbey Island Area Fair on Aug. 15. This was Jessie’s eighth year in 4-H. - Celeste Erickson / The Record
Jessie Ledgerwood, 17, of Oak Harbor shows off her horse Eagle during the Whidbey Island Area Fair on Aug. 15. This was Jessie’s eighth year in 4-H.
— image credit: Celeste Erickson / The Record

Here are results from the 2013 Whidbey Island Area Fair 4-H and open contests organized by division, name, city, class and placing.

Home ec contests

Holley Johnson, Clinton — table setting, grand champion

Grace Cash, Greenbank — table setting, reserve champion

Aurora Coffey, Langley — table setting, reserve champion

Horse showmanship, junior

Ahnika Burt, Freeland — showmanship Western games, grand champion

Hannah Eckles, Oak Harbor — showmanship performance horse, grand champion

Hannah Eckles, Oak Harbor — showmanship Western games, grand champion

Ahnika Burt, Freeland — showmanship performance horse, reserve champion

Thora Iverson, Coupeville — showmanship Western games, reserve champion

Mya Pratt, Langley — showmanship Western games, reserve champion

Ellie Thomson, Langley — showmanship Western games, reserve champion

Horse showmanship, intermediate

Katie Houck, Oak Harbor — showmanship performance horse, grand champion

Katie Houck, Oak Harbor — showmanship Western games, grand champion

Editor’s note: Look for more results from the Whidbey Island Area Fair in Wednesday’s issue.

 

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