JUNIOR FAIR King, queen candidates These 4-H members topped the competition in community service, project work and interview skills:
Hometown: Canfield.School: 2001 graduate of Western Reserve High School.Parents: Ruth and Richard Blevins.Years in 4-H: 10.4-H project highlights: Natural resources, swine, lambs, goats.
Hometown: Berlin Center.School: Western Reserve.Parents: JoAnn and Paul Corll.Years in 4-H: 13.4-H project highlights: Horses, woodworking, fishing.
Hometown: Columbiana.School: South Range High School.Parents: Judy and Greg McCoy.Years in 4-H: 5.4-H project highlights: Horse contesting, horse bowl, horse judging.
Hometown: Berlin Center.School: Western Reserve.Parents: Karen and Robert Day.Years in 4-H: 9.4-H project highlights: Public speaking, bicycles, welding, rockets.
Hometown: Boardman.School: Boardman High School.Parents: Jane and Jerry Goddard.Years in 4-H: 6.4-H project highlights: Rockets, creative arts, rabbits, vegetable gardening, money management.
Hometown: Berlin Center.School: 2000 graduate of Western Reserve.Parents: Lora and Rich Stape.Years in 4-H: 6.4-H project highlights: Pocket pets, sewing, vegetable and flower gardening.
Hometown: Columbiana.School: South Range.Parents: Margie and Jay Stanwood.Years in 4-H: 9.4-H project highlights: Sewing, creative arts, swine, chickens.
Hometown: Youngstown.School: Ursuline High School.Parents: Grace and Charles Johnson.Years in 4-H: 9.4-H project highlights: Public speaking, clothing, forestry, leadership.
Hometown: Mineral Ridge.School: Mineral Ridge High School.Parents: Anne and Robert Jones.Years in 4-H: 9.4-H project highlights: Horses, horse bowl, horse judging.
Hometown: Lowellville.School: 2000 graduate of Lowellville High School.Parents: Deborah and Charles Arendas.Years in 4-H: 7.4-H project highlights: Llamas, peacocks, emus, chickens, poisonous plants.