Posted Date: 01/07/2023
Mayes County was a huge success to say the least! At one of the most prestigious fairs in the State, Pryor FFA won both inside and outside of the show ring. The most wanted outcome of the fair is to make a premium sale, Pryor FFA & 4-H had 27 of the 134 spots in the sale. The sale totalled an astonishing $264,400!!! That's an average of $1900 per student. These funds go right back to the student to use at their discretion. The following FFA and 4-HStudents made sale-
FFA Sale Exhibitors: Callie Shirley (Grand Broiler), Jace Melugin, Madalyn Spurlock (Reserve Breed Natural Lamb), Ashlynn Vargas ( Breed Champion Maine Steer), Kale Melugin , Paige Elam (Reserve Breed Simmental Steer), Courtney Holcroft (Breed Champion Suffolk Lamb), Wren Watkins, Beall Tomah , Kelcie Wild (Reserve Breed Dorset Lamb), Bodie Elam (Reserve Breed Limousin Steer), Kelsey Penderson, Alissa Hagar, Madison Moore, Emily Cowan, Jarrett Cowan, Zain Underwood, Reeve Ross, Lillian Hagar, Kannon Jett, Hallee Cowan
4-H Sale Exhibitors: Braylon Johnson, Ryker Mefford (Reserve Breed Poland Hog), Case Woodward (Breed Champion Simmental Heifer), Zane Melugin, Claire Kelley
Outside of the Showring we had many students place high in competitions to name a few-
Congrats to Wren Watkins who won first place in the Doe Fitting competition, Ryan Moore for winning first place in the tractor driving competition and Maddie Moore for receiving the Mayes County RSU scholarship! Congratulations goes out to all those who competed and won in other areas of the fair including but not limited to- rabbits, poultry, horses and indoor exhibits!
Pryor FFA and 4-H would like to extend our sincere appreciation to all the businesses and individuals who made the sale a huge success, the Mayes County Fair Board Members who volunteer their time to make the fair succeed and the Booster Club for providing meals and other services to make a great week!