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Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival winners

The 38th annual Catonsville Arts and Crafts festival awarded ribbons to 19 of 56 exhibitors and a gift certificate to the best booth at the Sept. 11 event.

A total of 120 exhibitors participated at the festival, but not all asked to compete for prizes.

The winners are:

Best Booth

Debra Glodek of St. Francis Farms

Ceramics/Glass

(judged by Patrick Caughy)

1st: Sharon Samuelson of SK Stained Glass

2nd: Lisa Fairbank of Firelight Art Glass

3rd: Stephanie Weiss

Decorative Arts

(judged by Christine Obriecht)

1st: John Panella of Lantern De-Lights

2nd: Kathy and John Lally of Heartland Country Crafts

3rd: Beverly Zeigler of Ziggy's Bows

Fine Arts

(judged by Angie Mathai)

1st: Charlene Clark of Charlene Clark Studio

2nd: Deanna Hayes of Art by Deanna Hayes

3rd: Sandra Engel of Abfab Design

Floral arrangements/Collage

(judged by Leo Knight of Hilton Flower Shop)

1st: Madeline Mihalic

Jewelry

(judged by Chris Goatee)

1st: Lisa Tornello of Cycles of Nature

2nd: Kim Orzechowski of Mingo Mama

3rd: Francine Mueller of Sea Goddess Treasures

Needlecraft/Apparel

(judged by Vicki Cearfoss)

1st: Peggy Hugus of An Original by Peggy Hugus

2nd: Wendy Carballo of Tatting by Wendy

3rd: Toby Merriken of Toby's Unique Creations

Woodworking/Metal

(judged by Brian Graham)

1st: Harry Chavez of BowWow Creations

2nd: Rick Alan Harris of Wicked Wood Art

3rd: Anna Goodman of Goody's Folkart

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