SATH announces Cutie Pie, Cutie Pet winners


Category A winners from the SATH Cutie Pie Contest are pictured, from left, boy winners – first place Bryson Lee, second place Peyton Shoaf, and third place Micah Combs; girl winners – third place Abigail Fauber, second place Brynna Williams, and first place Aubri Mick.


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Cateogry B winners from the SATH Cutie Pie Contest were, from left, boys winners – third place Greyson Whitt, (absent from picture second place Caleb Chambers) and first place Mason Speakman; girl winners – second place Bella Gilletly, first place Elise Whiting and third place Kinsley Dance.


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Category C winners in the SATH Cutie Pie Contest were, from left, boys winners – third place Robert Ross, second place Warren Lucas and first place Tanner Roades; girls winners — first place Brailee Williams, second place Hunter Ashlyn Bean and third place Gracee Whaley.


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The SATH Cutie Pet winner were, from left, third place Theo with owner Mary Cyrus, second place Madison with owner Sheila Dyer, and first place Lynryd with owner Emmy Jenkins.


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The annual SATH Cutie Pie and Cutie Pie contests at the 2016 Highland County Fair this year raised a total of $3,000 for KAMP Dovetail.

KAMP (Kids And Motivated People) Dovetail is a volunteer run summer camp sponsored by Supplementary Assistance to The Handicapped (SATH), a non-profit organization. The camp is for children with disabilities in Highland and surrounding counties of Ohio.

The camp is held at the Rocky Fork Lake State Park in Highland County. Each child who visits our camp is teamed with their very own camp volunteer. None of the individuals at our camp are paid for their time. Each and every person is there solely for the purpose of ensuring that the campers enjoy their week at camp.

The volunteer staff works diligently all year long to secure donations of cash and supplies from area merchants and individuals. This combination of an all volunteer staff and their yearlong fundraising campaigns allow Dovetail to offer its camp at a fraction of the cost charged by other similar camps. Dovetail has been operating in this fashion for over 30 years.

Each year the camp staff selects a theme that the camp will operate under for that year. The 2016 theme was KAMP Dovetail-Candy Camp.

SATH Executive Director Linda Allen said the organization would like to thank everyone who helped make this year’s Cutie Pie & Pet Contests such a huge success.

Category A winners from the SATH Cutie Pie Contest are pictured, from left, boy winners – first place Bryson Lee, second place Peyton Shoaf, and third place Micah Combs; girl winners – third place Abigail Fauber, second place Brynna Williams, and first place Aubri Mick.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Cutie-Pie-pic-1.jpgCategory A winners from the SATH Cutie Pie Contest are pictured, from left, boy winners – first place Bryson Lee, second place Peyton Shoaf, and third place Micah Combs; girl winners – third place Abigail Fauber, second place Brynna Williams, and first place Aubri Mick. Submitted photos

Cateogry B winners from the SATH Cutie Pie Contest were, from left, boys winners – third place Greyson Whitt, (absent from picture second place Caleb Chambers) and first place Mason Speakman; girl winners – second place Bella Gilletly, first place Elise Whiting and third place Kinsley Dance.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Cutie-Pie-pic-2.jpgCateogry B winners from the SATH Cutie Pie Contest were, from left, boys winners – third place Greyson Whitt, (absent from picture second place Caleb Chambers) and first place Mason Speakman; girl winners – second place Bella Gilletly, first place Elise Whiting and third place Kinsley Dance. Submitted photos

Category C winners in the SATH Cutie Pie Contest were, from left, boys winners – third place Robert Ross, second place Warren Lucas and first place Tanner Roades; girls winners — first place Brailee Williams, second place Hunter Ashlyn Bean and third place Gracee Whaley.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Cutie-Pie-pic-3.jpgCategory C winners in the SATH Cutie Pie Contest were, from left, boys winners – third place Robert Ross, second place Warren Lucas and first place Tanner Roades; girls winners — first place Brailee Williams, second place Hunter Ashlyn Bean and third place Gracee Whaley. Submitted photos

The SATH Cutie Pet winner were, from left, third place Theo with owner Mary Cyrus, second place Madison with owner Sheila Dyer, and first place Lynryd with owner Emmy Jenkins.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_Cut-pet-pic-4.jpgThe SATH Cutie Pet winner were, from left, third place Theo with owner Mary Cyrus, second place Madison with owner Sheila Dyer, and first place Lynryd with owner Emmy Jenkins. Submitted photos
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