Many names are made famous at the fair every year as entrants share their abilities with their neighbors. We are proud to document these successes and to display them in our Winners & Results trophy showcase.
2010 Pageant Winners
Miss Broome County: Katyln Skinner
Jr. Miss Broome County: Elayna Ellerson
2011 Pageant Winners
Little Miss Broome County Reanna Quail
Jr Miss Broome County Melanie Fredrick
Miss Broome County Jordyn Johnson
2011 4-H Winners Summary
4-H Rabbit Show
Cloverbud Youth: Cassie Hayes, Amelia Kominos, Gloria Kominos, Laura Martin, Sam Micalizzi, Taylor Petrie, Aaron Stopper, Kali Stopper, Emma VanKuren, and Alexis Zurenda.
Junior Youth: Katlynn Hayes, Olivia Kominos, Sophia Kominos, Victoria Petrie, Elizabeth Smith, Sean Snyder, and Jessie Zurenda
Senior Youth: Tessa Brown, Denise Butts, Kristine Snyder, Desirae Erne, and Megan Riewarts.
Best of Pet: Sophia Kominos.
Best of Show: Desirae Erne
Reserve Best of Show: Olivia Kominos
4-H Cavy Show
Desirae Erne and Olivia Kominos
Best of Show: Olivia Kominos
Reserve Best of Show: Desirae Erne
4-H Poultry Show
Cloverbud Youth: Nathan Creeden, Cassie Hayes, Amelia Kominos, Gloria Kominos, Emily Richmond, and Emma VanKuren.
Beginner Youth: Lucia Creeden, Neah Delaney, Katlynn Hayes, and Lauren Richmond.
Intermediate Youth: Tessa Brown, Denise Butts, Olivia Kominos, and Sophia Kominos.
Advanced Youth: Michelle Paukett
Eggs: Marissa Lengel
Master Showman: Michelle Paukett
Reserve Master Showman: Neah Delaney
Best of Show: Michelle Paukett
Reserve Best of Show: Marissa Lengel
4-H Animal Display Winners
Rabbits: Kominos Family
Chicken: Richmond Family
Horse: Pleasant Hill Animalistics
Dairy and Beef: Creeden Family
Sheep: Elizabeth Smith
Pig: Deanna Green
Goat: Deanna and Jared Green
4-H Pie Auction Donors – Thank-you to everyone who made pies to support the 4-H Trips and Awards Fund.
Maureen Creeden- Banana cream sold for $25
Judi Whittaker- Cherry sold for $85
Brenda Caniff - Blueberry sold for $125 and Canadian Maple Walnut sold for $145
Tom and Diane Ellis - Fruit Tart sold for $105 & Peanut Butter sold for $85
Bobbi Mras- 2 Pumpkin pies sold for $45 & $80
Aubrey Whittaker & Jessie Mras - 2 Peanut Butter Pies sold for $70 & $75
Jackie Worden 2 Strawberry Rhurbarb sold for $130 and $115 and a Blueberry sold for $125
THANK-YOU to those who purchased pies to support the 4-H Trips and Awards Fund:
Brenda Canniff, Yetter Farms, Tom Ellis, Peter Meskill, Doug Aukema, Mary Reynolds, Bert Adams, and Manasse Auctioneers.
2011 Broome County Fair 4-H Animal Science Show
All exhibitors did a fantastic job with their 4-H projects and educating the public about agriculture. Congratulations to all Exhibitors on a great job! A special congratulation to the following:
Goat show: Receiving Master Showman was Michelle Boyle and reserve Master Showman was Kalima Bryan. In breed classes in the Recorded Grade class, Grand Champion went to Alexis Gates and Reserve to Victoria Petrie, in meat goats Grand Champion went to Deanna Green, Grand Champion Market Kid was won by Leih Glezen and Reserve by Lyndsey Glezen.
Sheep Show: Leih Glezen was named Master Showman and Reserve Master Showman was won by Michelle Boyle. Grand Champion Market Lamb was won by Lindsey Glezen and Reserve Champion Market Lamb was won by Emmanuel Coy. Denise Butts received the Grand Champion Tunis honors.
Swine Show: Master Showman was won by Sonny Coy and Reserve Master Showman by Issaac Coy. Grand Champion Market hog went to Deanna Green and Reserve Grand Champion to Emmanuel Coy.
Beef Show: Emily DeYoung was Master Showman and also had Grand Champion Market Steer.
Dairy Cattle Show: Master Showman was won by Louise Holcomb and Reserve Master Showman went to Deanna Green. David Meisner had a great day in the breed classes receiving Grand Champion Holstein, Brown Swiss, and Ayrshire and went on to have his Brown Swiss named Supreme Champion. Louise Holcomb won Grand Champion with her Guernsey and Nathan Lawton was Grand Champion Jersey.
4-H Poultry Show: Master Showman was won by Micelle Paukett and Reserve Master Showman went to Marissa Lengel. Best of show honors went to Michelle Paukett and Reserve Best of Show was won by Marissa Lengel.
4-H Rabbit Show: Best of breed for Commercial Breeds went to Sophia Kominos, Best of Breed for Dutch Black went to Victoria Petrie, Best of breed for Jersey went to Denise Butts, Best of Breed for Netherland Dwarf went to Denise Butts, Best of Breed for the Mini Rex went to Desirae Erne, Best of Breed for Lionhead went to Olivia Kominos, Best Cavy of Show went to Olivia Kominos.
Congratulations to all our 4-H members on a great year! For more information on the 4-H Livestock Program contact 607-772-8953!
2011 Broome County 4-H Livestock Sale and Pie Auction a huge Success
The second annual Broome County 4-H Livestock sale and Pie Auction was held on July 30th at the Broome County Fair. This year's sale was a great success with four market hogs, 6 market lambs and eight market kids in this years sale. Youth participating in this years program included Issaac Coy, Sonny Coy, Immanuel Coy, Deanna Green, Lindsey Glezen, Leih Glezen, Micelle Boyle, and Elizabeth Smith. Youth raise their animals starting in late winter early spring with plans to sell a finished animal at the livestock sale. This year we had numerous buyers and many donated animals back, with some animals selling five times before being sold to an individual.
The Grand Champion Market goat was sold to Dave Wheelock of Farm Family Insurance, Jim Petrie of Nationwide Insurance and Kevin Gorman. The Reserve Grand Champion was sold to Cargill, Aukema-Dairy/MacMara Holsteins, Jim Petrie of Nationwide Insurance, Manasse Auctioneers and Kevin Gorman. Other buyers of Market Goats included Glezen Farms, Linda Walker, Brian Aukema, and Tractor Supply.
The Grand Champion Market Lamb was sold to Dave Wheelock of Farm Family Insurance and Patrick Hunter. Reserve Grand Champion lamb went to Toby Wollen. Other buyers of market lambs included Amy Schapiro, David Bradstreet, Cargill, Manasse Auctioneers, Kevin Gorman, Ferd Laudig and Holly Jacobs.
The Grand Champion Market Hog was sold to Kip and Jamie Herner, Reserve Grand Champion went to Laura Biasillo. Other Market Hogs buyers were Peggy Sniezek and Andy Hinkley from Farm Family Insurance.
During the sale we also hold our annual Pie Auction with buys donated by 4-H Families. This year’s buyers were Mary Reynolds, Matt Manasse, Brenda Canniff, Tom Ellis Refrigeration, Yetter Farms, Aukema-Dairy, Peter Meskill, and Bert Adams Disposal.
A special thank you to Mel and Matt Manasse for donating their time to the sale and to all the buyers of the market animals and Pies.
The 4-H market program is open to any youth ages 8 to 19 years of age. Youth that participate in this program learn about responsibility, marketing, how to raise animals, the food cycle and other great life skills. If you are interested in learning more about this program contact Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County at 607-772-8953.