Exhibits

We want to thank everyone who participated and visited the 2021 Sequatchie County Fair. Approximately 500 people visited the exhibits Wed. thru Sat.; 370 rode the helicopter, by Chattanooga Helicopter Tours, and at least 900 people visited the James Gang Amusements Midway.

We had approximately 750 exhibits from over 125 exhibitors and paid out $3,068.00 in premiums.

The Door Prize and Quilt Winners along with Exhibitor Best of Show and Special Award Winners follow.

The Grand Prize Door Prize, a 2-night stay for 4 people at the Historic Gatlinburg Inn was won by Sue Manley.

The Fair Quilt, “All-American Flair”, made by a team of over 10 people led by designer and quilter Holly Scroggin was won by Glenn Barker.

Awards:

In Art:

Adult – Gina Bierstecker

In Baked Goods:

Best of Show :

Student – Ava Layne

Adult – Katie Layne

In Crops:

Bill Finley Best of Show:

Student – Ava Layne

Adult – Douglas Stafford

Thaxton Kell Award (Most Blue Ribbons)

Student – Mason Layne

Adult – Douglas Stafford

In the Flower Show:

Best of Show:

Student – Ava Layne

Adult – Mary House

Handicrafts:

Tommy & Louise Blevins Best of Show:

Student – Trinity Burch

Adult – Cheryl Oberkircher

Household Linens & Needlework:

Best of Show:

Adult – Janet Price

Photography:

Hayden Barker Best of Show:

Student – Bryson Thedford

Adult – Gayln Hayes

Preserved Foods:

Best of Show:

Student – Jasper Kyle Dangler

Adult – Linda Green Johnson

Quilt Show:

Lone Oak FCE Best of Show:

Adult – Kathaleen Brock

Mary Hazel Prater Award (Best Hand Quilting)

Amanda Cole

Viewers’ Choice Award:

Tina Newman & Kathaleen Brock

Lone Oak FCE Golden Needle Award (Best Heirloom Quality Quilt)

Amanda Cole

Sewing:

Mary Will Hale Best of Show:

Holly Scroggin

No Best of Show is given in Hobbies or Scrapbooks, though Hobbies had 7 exhibitors and Scrapbooks had two exhibitors.

The Corn Hole Tournament was won by Larry Tipton, with Eric Bierstecker winning Second and Marsha Brock 3rd.