Shelbyville Daily Union

Shelby 4H Fair

July 19, 2011

Cutest Little Farmer Contest Results

SHELBYVILLE, IL. — The Shelby County Farm Bureau Young Farmers Committee hosted a Cutest Little Farmer Contest for boys and girls ages one to three -years old Monday, July 18, 2011 at the Shelby County 4-H & Jr. Fair.

Twenty-one children dressed like a farmer for the event.  Six participants' names were drawn for a $50 Savings Bond sponsored by the Shelby County Young Farmers.  Winners are Carder Burris, son of Kyle and Sarah Burris, Tower Hill; Karalyn Endsley, daughter of Keith and Jenn Endsley, Lakewood; Elizabeth Hampton, daughter of Chris and Missy Hampton, Windsor; Hayley Key, daughter of Brock and Melissa Key, Tower Hill; Cash Rowcliffe, son of Jared and Courtney Rowcliffe, Tower Hill; and Sophia Summers, daughter of Heath and Summer Summers, Shelbyville.  

Shelby County Young Farmers Committee wants to thank all the parents and grandparents for coming to the Cutest Little Farmer Contest and supporting the Shelby County 4-H and Jr. Fair.

 

Look for photos in the Shelby County 4-H Fair section on this site.

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