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Hats off at the Harvest Fest

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By Jesse Osbourne

 

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The Kentucky Crossroads Harvest Festival has come and gone, leaving memories and contest winners behind until it comes back next year.The Kentucky Crossroads Harvest Festival has come and gone, leaving memories and contest winners behind until it comes back next year.


Several young men and women were winners in the baby and prince and princess contest.
In the 0-6-months-old girls division, Summer Newby was the winner. Lilly Craig came in second and Emmalee McIlvoy came in third.
In the 7-12-months-old girls division, Jaylen Lanham was the winner.
In the 7-12-months-old boys division, Hudson Kirkland came in first place.
Olivia Green came in first in the one-year-old girls’ divison. Makenzie Bottoms finished second and Ava Borders finished third.
Noah Phillips finished first in the boys’ one-year-old division. Colin Walker was second and Brody Skimmerhorn was third.
Aubrey Hammes won the two-year-old girls’ division. Hailee Ransdell was second.
Tyler Chase Luckett finished first in the boys’ two-year-old division. Gabriel Thompson finished second.
Averey Scabrough was crowned the princess of the Harvest Festival. Abrianna Pearson was second and Ashtyn Baker was third.
Lucas Beavers was crowned prince of the Harvest Festival. Jacob Wohner was second, Jessie Haydon was third.
The parade was well attended and three organizations with floats came away winners.
The 4-H Young Riders received first place for best parade float. Open Arms Community Church from Lebanon received second and Future Farmers of America at Washington County High School finished third.
The car show was host to several winners.
John Blakemore and his 1940 Ford truck collected several awards, including best Ford, best truck and best in show.
Best 4x4 went to Tommy Knopp and his 1969 Ford Bronco. Best 69 went to Larry Hardin and his 1969 Pontiac Trans Am.
Richard Payne and his 1972 Chevrolet Camaro won best street rod. Lummie O’Bryan’s 1997 Chevy Corvette won best Corvette.
Best GM went to Tim Ballard and his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Jerry Koch took home best 55, 56 or 57 honors with his 1957 Chevy Bel-Air.
Best pre-49 went to Tom Wheatley with his 1936 Ford sedan. Best rat rod went to Lummie O’Bryan and his 1939 Rat Rod. David Osborne and his 2006 Ford won best ‘other.’
Several runners braved the brisk air and hills to participate in the 5K on Saturday morning.
The overall male winner was Zach Sneed. The overall female winner was Claudette Herald.
In the under-14 division, Nora Grace Gossett earned first place. Kaylee Wheatley took second and Emily Downs was third.
Zach Sneed also won the 14-19-division. In second was Jacob Howard. Nick Alcorn finished third.
Justin Farr was the first to finish in the 20-29-division. Matt Reed came in second and Channing Nally was third.
Bryan Wheatley was first in the 30-39 division. Jason Wheatley came in second and Claudette Herald finished third.
Sheryl Downs finished first in the 40-49 age group. David Winebrenner finished second and Jamie Wilson finished third.
Harper Smith won the 50-59 age group. Tim Cocanougher finished second and Chris Roberts was third.
Tobe Yankey finished first in the 60-69 division, while Jimmy Wiser came in second. Tom Bystrek finished third in the division.
Several young men and women were winners in the baby and prince and princess contest.
In the 0-6-months-old girls division, Summer Newby was the winner. Lilly Craig came in second and Emmalee McIlvoy came in third.
In the 7-12-months-old girls division, Jaylen Lanham was the winner.
In the 7-12-months-old boys division, Hudson Kirkland came in first place.
Olivia Green came in first in the one-year-old girls’ divison. Makenzie Bottoms finished second and Ava Borders finished third.
Noah Phillips finished first in the boys’ one-year-old division. Colin Walker was second and Brody Skimmerhorn was third.
Aubrey Hammes won the two-year-old girls’ division. Hailee Ransdell was second.
Tyler Chase Luckett finished first in the boys’ two-year-old division. Gabriel Thompson finished second.
Averey Scabrough was crowned the princess of the Harvest Festival. Abrianna Pearson was second and Ashtyn Baker was third.
Lucas Beavers was crowned prince of the Harvest Festival. Jacob Wohner was second, Jessie Haydon was third.
The parade was well attended and three organizations with floats came away winners.
The 4-H Young Riders received first place for best parade float. Open Arms Community Church from Lebanon received second and Future Farmers of America at Washington County High School finished third.
The car show was host to several winners.
John Blakemore and his 1940 Ford truck collected several awards, including best Ford, best truck and best in show.
Best 4x4 went to Tommy Knopp and his 1969 Ford Bronco. Best 69 went to Larry Hardin and his 1969 Pontiac Trans Am.
Richard Payne and his 1972 Chevrolet Camaro won best street rod. Lummie O’Bryan’s 1997 Chevy Corvette won best Corvette.
Best GM went to Tim Ballard and his 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. Jerry Koch took home best 55, 56 or 57 honors with his 1957 Chevy Bel-Air.
Best pre-49 went to Tom Wheatley with his 1936 Ford sedan. Best rat rod went to Lummie O’Bryan and his 1939 Rat Rod. David Osborne and his 2006 Ford won best ‘other.’