Video and Story Contest Winners Announced

Video and Story Contest Winners Announced

The Utah Farm Bureau Women's Committee proudly announces the winners of the 2018 statewide story and video contest. The contest is open to grades 3-12 and adults, with submissions creating short stories and videos around the theme "Agriculture - Our Future. Preserving the Past, Protecting the Present, Forging the Future." All winners receive cash prizes, with the first-place winners of the story contests also receiving a Pizza Party in their classroom, sponsored by Western AgCredit. 

Story Contest:

3rd Grade

1st Place- Hannah Johnson, Sevier County

2nd Place – Carter Gray, South Box Elder County

3rd Place – Landree Larsen, Sevier County

                Isabella Spencer, Sevier County

                Jack Chesnut, Wayne County

4th Grade

1st Place – Chambry Hall, Juab County

2nd Place – Isabella Beecher, Utah County

3rd Place- Emmitt Terrel Nelson, Sevier County

5th Grade

1st Place – MaKayla Jones, Wayne County

2nd Place – Brooklyn Rhodes, North Box Elder County

3rd Place – Samantha Willis, Utah County

6th Grade

1st Place – Hunter Sorensen, Utah County

2nd Place – Tavie Lott, Sanpete County

3rd Place – Allie Pugh, Sevier County

7th & 8th Grade

1st Place – Sarah Everitt, Sanpete County

2nd Place – Duncan Pay, Juab County

3rd Place – Savannah Willis, Utah County

9th – 12th Grade

1st Place –Brody Durfey, Wayne County

2nd Place- Kennedy Martin, Sevier County

3rd Place- Lainey Obray, Sevier County

           Heather Johnson, Utah County


1st Place – Kip Hansen, Sevier County

2nd Place- Tyler Wall, Juab County

3rd Place – Cherstine Willis, Utah County

Video Contest:

Division I

1st Place – Gavin Reynolds, Juab County

Division II

1st Place – Heather Johnson, Utah County

2nd Place – Juab High School FFA, Juab County

If you are interested in submitting a story or video next year, please click HERE, or contact your local county women's chair.  Please contact Julia Misiego at with any questions or inquiries. 

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