first_imgIndonesia has reported the highest daily rise of COVID-19 cases for two days in a row, with 2,657 cases recorded on Thursday, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 70,736.West Java recorded the highest spike with 962 new cases, followed by East Java and Jakarta with 517 and 284 cases, respectively. “The significant increase in West Java comes from the Secapa [the Army’s Officer Candidate School] cluster. In total, we’ve recorded 1,262 confirmed cases from the cluster,” national COVID-19 task force spokesperson Achmad Yurianto said during his daily press briefing.On Wednesday, West Java COVID-19 task force spokesperson Berli Hamdani told journalists that hundreds of students of Secapa in the provincial capital of Bandung had tested positive for the coronavirus during swab testing in the facility. He then declared the military academy a new COVID-19 cluster in the province, as reported by kompas.com.Read also: Interview with Governor Ridwan Kamil: West Java’s technological strides against COVID-19Yurianto added only 17 out of the 1,262 confirmed cases were getting treatment at hospitals as they started to show symptoms of fever and shortness of breath.“The remaining 1,245 cases show no symptoms,” Yurianto claimed.He added they were currently quarantined at the military school in Bandung. No one is allowed in or out of the facility to prevent further spread of the virus.Indonesian health authorities also reported that 58 more people had died from the disease, bringing the total number of deaths to 3,417. Meanwhile, 32,651 people have recovered from COVID-19, according to the government’s official count.Topics :last_img read more

first_imgGRAND CHAMPION – ISABELLE ROYSE – Counted cross stitch of toysRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – EILEEN FISSE – embroidered pillowcases QUILTS:Class 2 – Appliqued, cross-stitched or embroidered, machine-quilted by the entrant or other1st – Diana Goldey2nd – Nancy KingClass 3 – Pieced, Made by Entrant, hand-quilted by the entrant1st – Deloris Tays2nd – Sheryl MerrittClass 4 – Pieced, made by the entrant, machine quilted by the entrant or other1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Jeri Morgan3rd – Diana GoldeyClass 5 – Mixed technique quilt, completely constructed and quilted by the entrant1st – Traci Kroger2nd – Marilyn Jackson3rd – Sheryl MerrittClass 6 – Mixed technique quilt, completely constructed by entrant; machine quilted by the entrant or other1st – Jean Schoettmer2nd – Loretta Macyauski GRAND CHAMPION – DIANA GOLDEY – Baby quiltRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – NANCY KING – Wall-hanging KNITTING:Class 1 – Knitted Garments1st – Marilyn JacksonClass 2 – Knitted Accessories1st – Cheryl HarfordClass 3 – Afghans1st – Jean Schoettmer2nd – Marilyn Jackson PHOTOGRAPHY:Class 1 – Scenery – B & W1st – Clare Hunter2nd – Emiline Ditty3rd – Lydia WoltermanClass 2 – Scenery – Color1st – Clare Hunter2nd – Jay Schofield3rd – Beverly YagerClass 3 – People – B & W1st – Shauna Fleenor2nd – Hayley TrenkampClass 4 – People – Color1st – Haylee Trenkamp2nd – Lydia Wolterman3rd – Clare HunterClass 5 – Animals – B & W1st – Clare HunterClass 6 – Animals – Color1st – Clare Hunter2nd – Shauna Fleenor3rd – Lydia WoltermanClass 7 – Other – B & W1st – Clare Hunter2nd – Emiline DittyClass 8 – Other – Color1st – Clare HunterClass 9 – Specialty – “Selfie Photo” – B & W1st – Clare HunterClass  10 – Specialty – “Selfie Photo” – Color1st – Clare Hunter2nd – Abby JohnsonClass 11 – Digital1ST – Lydia Wolterman2nd – Clare HunterClass 12 – Group of Photos1st – Molly Poling SEWING:Class 1 – Wearable Items1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Lynnette ThomasClass 2 – Any other sewn items (pillows, purses, home décor, totes, etc.)1st – Iris Glass2nd – Alice Woodhull3rd – Lynnette Thomas GRAND CHAMPION – CLASS 12, GROUP OF PHOTOS – MOLLY POLING ANTIQUES:Class 1 – Old Books1st – Jayne Gault2nd – Bonita Hellmich3rd – Charles FisseClass 2 – Candy Dishes1st – Jeanie Coy2nd – Kathy Verseman3rd – Eileen FisseClass 3 – Decatur County Courthouse Memorabilia1st – Vince Schwering2nd – Jeanie CoyClass 4 – Other Antiques1st – Marilyn Davis2nd – Charles Fisse3rd – Eileen Fisse GRAND CHAMPION – JUANITA ISRAEL (Indiana Christmas Tree Ornaments)RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – MARGUERITE DEVERS (Doily) GRAND CHAMPION – JUANITA ISRAEL – Child’s dressRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – IRIS GLASS – Teddy bear made from an old quilt GRAND CHAMPION – GREG REDELMAN – SquashRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – JEFFERSON PIKE – Tomatoes GRAND CHAMPION – Marguerite Devers (large crocheted table cover)RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – Trish Napper (crocheted baby hat) CROCHETING:Class 1 – Afghans (large)1st – Betty KieferClass 2 – Afghans (small – 45” x 60” or smaller)1st – Marguerite Devers2nd – Joan Greiwe3rd – Loretta MacyauskiClass 3 – Doilies (12” or smaller)1st – Marguerite Devers2nd – Bertha HeadClass 4 – Doilies (larger than 12”)1st – Marguerite DeversClass 5:  Wearable items (children & adult)1st – Trisha Napper2nd – Marguerite Devers3rd – Betty KieferClass 6 – Other Crocheted Items1st – Marguerite Devers2nd – Bertha Head3rd – Betty Kiefer PLANTS:Class 1 – Blooming Plants1st – Joyce Fogle2nd – Marguerite Devers3rd – Vince SchweringClass 2 – Foliage Plants1st – Phyliss Neville2nd – Jeanie CoyClass 3 – Succulents1st – Jeanie Coy2nd – Janet Bedel3rd – Loretta MacyauskiClass 4 – Fairy Gardens – Children 12 & Under1st – Chloe KramerClass 7 – Other1st – Vince Schwering2nd – Tonia Schofield OTHER QUILTED ITEMS:Class 1 – Baby Quilts (45” x 60” or smaller, hand-quilted by the entrant1st – Deloris TaysClass 2 – Baby Quilts (45” x 60” or smaller, machine-quilted by the entrant or other1st – Diana Goldey2nd – Linda WeigelClass 3 – Wall Hangings1st – Nancy King2nd – Donna Hermesch3rd – Juanita IsraelClass 4 – Other items, hand or machine-quilted1st – Donna Hermesch2nd – Marjorie Robbins3rd – Bertha Head GRAND CHAMPION – JUANITA ISRAELRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – WAYNE WOODHULL COLLECTIONS:Class 1 – Matchbox Cars1st – Chloe KramerClass 2 – Old Greeting Cards1st – Vicki Schwering2nd – Eileen FisseClass 3 – Shot Glasses1st – Bonita HellmichClass 4 – Other Collections1st – Marilyn Davis2nd – Jeanie Coy3rd – Cheryl Harford FLOWERS AND GARDENCUT FLOWERS:Class 1 – Arrangement of Zinnias1st – Juanita IsraelClass 1 – Arrangement of Garden Flowers1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Regina Osborn3rd – Viola MinningClass 1 – Arrangement of Marigolds1st – Joyce Fogle2nd – Juanita Israel3rd – Viola MinningClass 1 – Arrangement of Predominately White1st – Regina Osborn2nd – Viola MinningClass 1 – Tea Cup Arrangement1st – Marilyn Davis2nd – Juanita Israel3rd – Donna MonroeClass 1 – Other Flowers1st – Marilyn Davis2nd – Juanita IsraelClass 2 – Horticultural Specimen – Rose1st – Melissa Kramer2nd – Regina OsbornClass 2 – Horticultural Specimen – Gladioli1st – Dennis Israel2nd – Juanita Israel3rd – Wayne WoodhullClass 2 – Horticultural Specimen – Day Lily1st – Melissa Kramer2nd – Charlie Kramer3rd – Pat KramerClass 2 – Horticultural  Specimen – Other Lilies1st – Joyce Fogle2nd – Marguerite Devers3rd – Juanita IsraelClass 2 – Horticultural Specimen – Other flowers1st Chloe Kramer2nd – Vivian Adams3rd – Vince Schwering GRAND CHAMPION – MARILYN DAVIS – Lapel PinsRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – VICKI SCHWERING – Collection of very old greeting card displayed in a scrapbook GRAND CHAMPION – MARILYN DAVIS – BearRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – VINCE SCHWERING – Courthouse items on a tray GRAND CHAMPION – CLASSES 1-8, COLOR – CLARE HUNTERRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – CLASSES 1-8, COLOR – HAYLEE TRENKAMP OTHER CRAFTS:Class 1 – Recycled Items (reuse/upcycle items – A) Wood Pallets1st – Camille DeatonClass 2 – Recycled Items – B) Other Recycled Items1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Cheryl Harford3rd – Janet BedelClass 3 – Scrapbooks1st – Marilyn Davis2nd – Vivian AdamsClass 4 – Other Crafts1st – Sara Redelman2nd – Loretta Macyauski3rd – Iris Glass NEEDLEWORK:Class 1 – Hand-Embroidered Items1st – Eileen Fisse2nd – Deloris TaysClass 2 – Counted Cross Stitch Needlework-large1st – Isabelle Royse2nd – Norma Maddux3rd – Lynnette Thomas4th – Trisha NapperClass 3 – Counted Cross Stitch Needlework-small1st – Lynnette Thomas Greensburg, IN—CRAFTSDASHING THRU THE SEASONS:Class 1 – Valentine1st – Alice Woodhull2nd – Dennis Fogle3rd – Janet BedelClass 2 – Spring/Easter1st – Donna Schwering2nd – Janet BedelClass 3 – Summer/Patriotic1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Alice Woodhull3rd – Eileen FisseClass 5 – Autumn/Thanksgiving1st – Marguerite Devers2nd – Tonia Schofield3rd – Juanita IsraelClass 6 – Christmas1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Maudeanna Johnson3rd – Donna Schwering GRAND CHAMPION – CLASSES 1-8, B & W – CLARE HUNTERRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – CLASSES 1-8, B & W – SHAUNA FLEENOR GRAND CHAMPION – MARILYN JACKSON – Child’s sweater in coral/pinkRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – JEAN SCHOETTMER – White afghan GRAND CHAMPION – CLASS 11, DIGITAL – LYDIA WOLTERMANRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – CLASS 11, DIGITAL – CLARE HUNTER GRAND CHAMPION – SARA REDELMAN – Diamond beaded pictureRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – MARILYN DAVIS – Scrapbook GRAND CHAMPION – JUANITA ISRAELRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – DIANA GOLDEY GRAND CHAMPION – MARILYN DAVISRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – CHLOE KRAMER GRAND CHAMPION – CATHY FOGLE – SantaRESERVE GRAND CHAMPION – BONITA HELLMICH – Garden Flowers picture in colored pencil GARDEN:Class 1 – Beans, green snap1st – Greg Redelman2nd – Sara Redelman3rd – Wayne WoodhullClass 2 – Potatoes1st – Jefferson Pike2nd – Greg Redelman3rd – Loretta MacyauskiClass 3 – Onions1st – Greg Redelman2nd – Wayne Woodhull3rd – Sara RedelmanClass 4 – Tomatoes1st – Jefferson Pike2nd – Wayne WoodhullClass 5 – Squash1st – Greg Redelman2nd – Juanita Israel3rd – Wayne WoodhullClass 6 – Head of Cabbage1st – Wayne WoodhullClass 7 – Cucumbers1st – Greg RedelmanClass 8 – Peppers, any type1st – Wayne Woodhull GRAND CHAMPION – CLASSES 9-10, SPECIALTY – CLARE HUNTER Class 9 – Heaviest Zucchini1st – Juanita Israel2nd – Wayne Woodhull3rd – Greg Redelman MISC. FINE ARTS:Class 1 – Glass Craft1st – Marilyn DavisClass 2 – Ceramics1st – Cathy Fogle2nd – Janet BedelClass 4 – Adult Coloring Page1st – Bonita Hellmichlast_img read more