Schulte wins Exhibit Hall grand aggregate award

One of the North Thompson Fall Fair's perennial winners, Dorothy Schulte of Vavenby, has won the L. Larson Family Award

Vavenby's Dorothy Schulte (l) accepts the L. Larson Family Award Hall Grand Aggregate (top hall exhibitor) from Sylvia Chivers during the windup of the Exhibition Hall competition at the North Thompson Fall Fair during the Labor Day weekend. Schulte also won the Rainer Memorial Home Canning Aggregate trophy.

One of the North Thompson Fall Fair’s perennial winners, Dorothy Schulte of Vavenby, has won the L. Larson Family Award Hall Grand Aggregate (Top Hall Exhibitor).

She also won the Rainer Memorial Home Canning Aggregate trophy for 2012.

The presentations were made on Monday, Sept. 3, as the Fall Fair Exhibit Hall Trophy’s were presented to this year’s winners.

Marie Piva presented best Bale of Hay, sponsored by Piva Hay Ranches Ltd., to Gary Lougheed (Jane Milburn accepted on his behalf).

Fritz Prudat took home the RHU Castle Cup for Best of Show in the wine category, which was sponsored by the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Association.

Hank Searle Memorial Trophy for High Aggregate in Boys and Girls Section went to Tyson Schilling. Chelsey Lloyd came second.

North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo Best Scarecrow gift certificate, donated by Art Knapp, was presented to Danny Christenson.

Leone Woodward Memorial High Aggregate for Flowers was presented to Jean Webber.

The Margot Hillman Trophy for highest combined points in hand knitting, hand embroidery, crocheting, hand quilting and rug hooking was presented to Mary VanSickle.

– Margaret Houben

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