Armstrong Artisan Farm holds corn maze contest

Armstrong Artisan’s Farm judging panel included Stokes County Superintendent Dr. Brad Rice, Tory Mabe, Michael Booth and Austin and Jessica Armstrong. - Courtesy photos
South Stokes freshman Abby Fulp created the winning design. She received a trophy and a donation to South Stokes Art Department will be made by Armstrong Artisan’s Farm. - Courtesy photos

Armstrong Artisan Farm held a corn maze design contest to determine what would be cut into their corn maze this fall. Art classes from North Stokes and South Stokes participated in the contest. There were nearly 30 submissions and the winning design was submitted by Abby Fulp, a freshman at South Stokes. Fulp received a trophy and Armstrong Artisan Farm plans to make a donation to South Stokes Art Dept. Second place was awarded to North Stokes Sarahn Mizelle.

Armstrong Artisan’s Farm judging panel included Stokes County Superintendent Dr. Brad Rice, Tory Mabe, Michael Booth and Austin and Jessica Armstrong.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_pm2.jpgArmstrong Artisan’s Farm judging panel included Stokes County Superintendent Dr. Brad Rice, Tory Mabe, Michael Booth and Austin and Jessica Armstrong. Courtesy photos

South Stokes freshman Abby Fulp created the winning design. She received a trophy and a donation to South Stokes Art Department will be made by Armstrong Artisan’s Farm.
https://www.thestokesnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/web1_IMG_1989.jpgSouth Stokes freshman Abby Fulp created the winning design. She received a trophy and a donation to South Stokes Art Department will be made by Armstrong Artisan’s Farm. Courtesy photos