Needlework, Garden Sculptures Highlight Open Class Entries

AUBURN – Open class entries were made Tuesday at the Nemaha County Fair, which opens to the public on Thursday.

A special contest this year is the garden art sculpture contest. People are challenged to recycle and re-purpose at least three found items. Winners will be announced Friday at the farm family awards at 7:55 p.m.

Entries include the tea pot tower by Jan Teten of Auburn and the dragonfly by Alisa Knipe of Auburn.

Linda Hug of Auburn entered in the needlework division.

She named her lap quilt “One Broken Heart,” challenging fair goers to find the broken heart in her design.

Needlework entries are eligible for selection in the “Best in County” exhibit at the state fair.


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