2017 Chesley Fall Fair Results

The Ambassador Program for Friday night, September 8, was will attended. Mayor Paul Eagleson officially open the evening events and he was involved in the Food Auction. The Ambassador Program winners were Senior Ambassador Ashley Verhees, Junior Ambassador Rachel Leifso and Tiny Tot Ambassador Ashley Leifso. The Kids Dance on Friday night for students from Grade 5 to Grade 8 was a fantastic event. The Chesley Fall Fair was a great event this year, the Horse Show was busy all day, there were lots of people in the Arena to take in the exhibition displays and enjoy the different demonstrations and music. The Farmtastic Soundz was a great show for the kids. There were many kids playing the games, especially the Zucchini Veg Race, it was very popular again this year. The parents were impress that there were so many different games and will presented.

Top point winners

Vegetables – Ray Cotter

Fruit – Ray Cotter

Home Preserves – Marion McAllister

Culinary Arts – 1st – Reta Hemstock; 2nd– Sharon

Arts and Crafts – Wanda Miller

Amateur Photography – Dorothy Kaufman

Quilts & Afghans – Ann Reid

Juniors – 1st– Jackson Mannerow; 2nd– Linda Cotter

Sewing – Wanda Miller

Floral Exhibits – Lorretta Mason

Golden Age – Wayne Pfeffer

Antique & Collectables – Reg Mannerow

Field Crops – John Rhody

Public School Competition was judged this year, there were over 90 entries. The Chesley Agricultural Society Directors thanks all students for participating.

First Prize Food Auction

Pecan pie made by Brenda McAllister was bought by Brian Osterndorffof Roberts Farm Equipment for $540

Jar of Pickled eggs made by Sharon Legge was bought by Joan Stewart for $276

Winner of Bossy Bingo – Brett McAllister

Final Cash Draw Winner of $500.00 – Ron Grubb

Children’s Draw Winners – Myles Rolls & Zoe Schriek

The Chesley Agricultural Society extends a big thank you to all the volunteers who helped made our fair a success and the support from Attendants and Businesses!