Most Outstanding Exhibitors
There were 10 categories for Most Outstanding Exhibitor, in which 4-H youth receive special recognition at the Jefferson County Junior Fair. Youth compete from June through August in categories including achievement form completion, skillathon, animal clinic participation, project book completion, interview and showmanship. The youth members with the highest score total upon completion of all the above categories is named the MOE for the correlating category. Winners are, from left, Horse MOE, Makenna Carter, Country Classics; Rabbit MOE, Madison Zeroski, Windy Ridge; Swine MOE, Olivia Prolago, Sunrise Lads and Lassies; Dog MOE, Alizabeth Lude, Golden Horseshoe; Dairy MOE, Corissa Griffith, Windy Ridge; Goat MOE, Leila Sudvary, Broken Fences; Small Animal MOE, Christian Hoffman, Liberty Gals and Guys; Sheep and Poultry MOE, Grace Miller, Windy Ridge; and Beef MOE, Cameron Best, Free Spirits. Awards were presented prior to the beginning of the 150th-annual fair livestock auction.