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Randolph County Fair comes to a fun-filled conclusion

September 10, 2012
By Beth Christian Broschart Staff Writer (bbroschart@theintermountain.com) , The Inter-Mountain

After days of rides, animals, fun, laughter, concerts, contests and activities, the Randolph County Fair came to a close on Sunday evening. But the final day was filled with lots of great events.

The Randolph County Fair Pet Show featured contests in eight categories. Winners in the best tail wagger were Bella, shown by Sydnee Butcher; Daisy, shown by Misty Teter; and Calie, shown by Jessea Smithson. The winners in the celebrity look-alike were Calie, shown by Jessea Smithson; Bentlee, shown by Sydney Collett; and Fuzzy, shown by Jeyna Collett.

Winners in the most colorful category were Taub, shown by Robin Butcher; Daisy, shown by Misty Teter; and Heather, shown by Vicki Aucremanne. The most glamorous pet winners were Lily, shown by Seth Arbogast; Angel, shown by Vicki Aucremanne; and Daisy, shown by Misty Teter. The best vocal performance was by Powder, shown by Alexa Wiseman; Bella, shown by Sydney Butcher; and the Aucremanne Five.

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The Inter-Mountain photo by Beth Christian Broschart
Team Inter-Mountain pulls out a victory Sunday against reigning champions, Team WDNE Radio. The competitors battle one another each year during the Media Tug-Of-War held during the Randolph County Fair at Camp Pioneer in Beverly.


The best West Virginia University fan winner was Fuzzy, shown by Jeyna Collett. The most patriotic pooches were Cosmo, shown by Vicki Aucremanne; and Daisy, shown by Misty Teter. Winners in the best mirror-image were Buddy, shown by Misty Wiseman; the Aucremanne crew; and Daisy, shown by Misty Teter.

The Best of Show winner was Golden Retriever Calie, shown by Jessea Smithson. Judges for the show were Rich Kuha from the Randolph County Humane Society, Mastiff breeder Brandi McCollam, and Shelly Metheny, office manager at All Creatures Great and Small.

The Pet Show sponsor was Fancy Paws LLC. It also donated the ribbons and prizes for all winners.

Later in the day, fair-goers gathered to watch trucks and cars try to drive through a giant mud bog.

Following the competition, WDNE Radio representatives again challenged members of The Inter-Mountain in a media tug-of-war. Last year, WDNE Radio pulled their way to the championship, however, members of The Inter-Mountain team were too much for Team WDNE this year.

Miss Randolph County Fair Queen Lynnlee Wileman challenged Miss Teen Queen Natasha Ray in a tug-of-war just for fun.

Contact Beth Christian Broschart by email at bbroschart@theintermountain.com.

 
 

 

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