Clubs host booth contest

In conjunction with Upshur County CEOS Week, the annual Mini-Fair recently took place on the courthouse plaza in Buckhannon. The theme for the week was “Angels Among Us.” A contest took place, and the winning booths were chosen based on their creativity, use of unusual ideas, member participation, theme and promotion of CEOS. Clubs participating in the Mini-Fair were Lorentz, Modern Homettes, Pringle Tree, Tallmansville and Teter.

The winners were: Teter CEOS, first place; Lorentz CEOS Club and Pringle Tree CEOS clubs, second place; and Modern Homettes CEOS Club, third place.

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