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Lamb and Lead Class shows off wool

| October 3, 2012

COSHOCTON – The Lamb and Lead class is a tradition for several families at the Coshocton County Fair. Held on Tuesday evening  (Oct. 2) following the sheep show in the junior fair arena, this event delivers an opportunity to wear wool clothing and promote the sheep industry.

The event is organized by Elaine Ashcraft and Tammi Rogers was the emcee. Judges were Mike Johnson and Doren Gorden.

The photo gallery is provided by The Coshocton County Beacon as a service to the community.

Category participants and winners were; girls 9 to 11, Emma Anderson, first, Lydia Mitchell, second, Emmie Brenly, third and Mary Ann Lozowski, fourth.

In the boys 9 to 12 age group, first was Cole Shaw, second Allen Lautenschleger, next older boys class was James Smith, first, Dakota Smith, second.

Girls 12 to 14 age group, Remi Mitchell was first and Elizabeth Lozowski, second.

Girls 15 to 18 age group, Shelby Matchett, first, Arieka Galloway, second, Joy Lynn Heller, third and Amanda Matchett, fourth.

Two ladies vied in the women’s category with the judges unable to reach a decision, they awarded first to Cheryl Matchett and Angie Pyle. The ladies celebrated with a high five.

In the costume contest, Isabelle Flores took second with the Anderson’s, all dressed as Santa’s elves, garnering first place. Emma is the tallest pictured, holding Carson, then comes Noah and Wesley. Yes, this tool a lot of effort!

This was one the largest number of participants in several years according to the organizers.

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Mark Fortune, along with his wife Nancy, is the former owner and founder of The Coshocton County Beacon, the highest circulated newspaper in Coshocton County. He has over 40 years in the publishing business with sales, marketing, and journalism experience. After selling The Beacon to the AloNovus Corp., in January 2020, Mark has been a Business Development Strategist with the company. They publish a network of weekly news publications with almost a half million distribution weekly, a quarterly tourism magazine and a digital division. Mark enjoys history, and has a passion for genealogy, currently researching and discovering his Fortune ancestry. He and his wife Nancy live on a small farm outside of Coshocton.

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