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Fall fair and trade show winners

The Unity Agricultural Society held its annual fall fair at the Unity Community Centre in Unity, Saskatchewan, October 3 and 4, 2014.

Grand aggregate winners in the fall fair classes were as follows:

  • Needle work and handicraft – Nina Burnell
  • Hobby exhibits – Glenda Hunter-Craig
  • Amateur photography – Morag Riddell
  • Photography, People’s Choice – Emma Baker
  • Home baking – Eileen Schafer
  • Home preserves – Marcella Pederson
  • Plants and flowers – Alice Wagner
  • Fruits and vegetables – C.L. Kortright
  • Youth, 7 and under – Jenessa Bakken
  • Youth, 8 to 12 – Makayla Bakken
  • Youth, 13 to 18 – Ashley Mock
Unity SK Fall Fair

Prize boxes for the three winners of the youth aggregate awards at the Unity Ag Society’s 2014 fall fair.

Door prize winners and reported winners of draws at trade show booths were:

  • Husqvarna hand-held blower, with fuel, donated by Moody’s – Irene Weber
  • $200 grocery voucher sponsored by Delta Co-op and the Unity Ag Society – Jane Tirk
  • Unity Ag Society, guess the weight of the pumpkin – Caroline Cey
  • Knock off Pandora Beads, scarf/necklace/bracelet – Karalyn Brown
  • Partylite – Verlie Deuchar
  • Pat Trask book –Nicole Landry
  • Town of Unity, Rider hat – Mark Krpan
  • Norwex – Sally Crisp
  • PennCorp/La Capitale/Lorianne Mawbey, $100 co-op gas card – Pat Logan
  • Investor’s Group/Norm Tarasoff, $25 gift card for Family Foods – Pearl Thomas
  • Veritas Design, $500 discount on drafting fee or a 3D image – Alfreda Colbow
  • 2Pro Gear, $25 gift certificate – Albert Wildeman
  • Tupperware – Shea Worthington
  • Unity Lions – Phyllis Weisbeck, Marie Boucher and Joan Sperle

Fall fair and trade show coming up

With the Unity Agricultural Society’s annual fall fair and trade show coming up October
4 and 5, it’s time to start mounting those photos, finishing your sewing
projects and digging out the recipe books.

Ag society representative, Joan Sperle said, with some new prize sponsors, there are a few different things in the baking portion of the fall fair competition. In addition, organizers have added some categories to the preserves competitions to include items made with locally grown fruit.

Unity fall fair

Locally grown apples arranged at the 2012 fall fair.

Fall fair books can be purchased for $1 at Mitchell Agencies. Mitchell Agencies also has tags available to identify your entries.

Joan said she would “like to see everybody participate.” President Elaine Sperle pointed out your projects don’t have to be perfect to be entered into the fall fair. You never know what could happen!

Elaine also wanted to remind everyone that if you have something you are working on, you can bring it just for display, to show it off to the community. You do not have to enter your item into a specific category for competition.

Delta Co-op and Unity Credit Union are partnering again to put on a silver donation pancake breakfast on Saturday, October 5. Proceeds will go to the Unity Food Bank. During the rest of the fair hours, 3 to 9 p.m. Friday and 9 to 4 p.m. Saturday, the ag society will operate their food booth.

Joan pointed out that, with admission still costing only $2, a visit to the Unity Fall Fair and Trade Show remains “pretty cheap entertainment for a couple of hours.”