In case you have not noticed, Moore County has some crafty and creative women. The following list of this year’s Cultural Arts winners illustrates the point. Norma Stone won 1st place in Weaving, Pot Holders, Bags, Pickled Vegetables, Salsas and Sauces, Cookies, Pie, Cupcakes, Cake, Fudge, Candy and Sweet Bread. She won 1st and 2nd place in Machine Embroidery, 1st and 3rd place in Child’s Garment, 2nd place in Hand Crafted Toy, Pillow, Jelly, Sweet Cucumber Pickles and 3rd place in Aprons and Adult Garment. Valarie McKinney won 1st and 2nd place in Aprons and Adult Garment and 1st and 3rd place in Crochet, 2nd in Pot Holders and Child’s Garment and 3rd place in Machine Embroidery. Eileen Horton won 1st place in Tomatoes, Sweet Cucumber Pickles and Relish. She won 1st and 2nd place in Jams and Preserves. Betty Domal won 1st place in Holiday Decoration, Placemats and Quilts. She won 3rd place in Pillows. Kathleen Manata won 1st place in Hand Embroidery and Fine Art Painting. She won 1st and 2nd place in Cross-Stitch-Other. Phyllis Smith won 1st place in Baby and Lap Quilts and Pillow. She won 2nd place in Counted Cross-Stitch and Holiday Decoration and 3rd in Hand Embroidery. Kate Lapcsynsk won 1st place in Basketry and Hand Crafted Toy. Marie Lemire won 1st place in Counted Cross-Stitch. Nancy Primus won 1st place in Jelly. Linda Wolaver won 2nd place in Crochet. Dianna Milner won 2nd place in Hand Embroidery. Doris Fulks won 2nd Place in Baby and Lap Quilts. In the 4-H competition, Gabby Hunt won 1st place honors for Jams and Preserves, Juice, Vegetables, Pickled Vegetables, Relish and Salsa and Sauce. Dayce Stone won 1st place for her Cake. The Cultural Arts Competition, sponsored by fce, takes place each year during Frontier Days. Members of fce who are 1st and 2nd place winners in eligible categories have the opportunity to have their work judged at the Regional and State level. For more information, contact Brenda Hannah at 931-759-7163.