Norma Harisch

Tops at the fair

Norma Harisch, left, holds the trophy for most points in flowers at the Salmon Arm fair held Sept. 11-13

Norma Harisch, left, holds the trophy for most points in flowers at the Salmon Arm fair held Sept. 11-13. She won the trophy last year and entered it, filled with flowers, as the container in the novel idea class. Alf Peterson, centre, won the Peterson Orchards trophy given for most points in fruit. Daniel Belle, right, won the annual plaque given by Canada Safeway to the grower of the longest zucchini. Belle’s massive vegetable was 90 centimetres measured around the outside curve from the stem to the flower button.

 

 

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