It's not gelatin, it's pectin. It doesn't make jello, it makes jelly. Like in jars, the stuff you put on toast. Lots of county fairs have prizes for jellies and jams.
Before I got to the bottom I thought this meant jelly as in preserves or jam, not actual gelatin.
If you look at the fine print on the box, it says "for making jams and jellies". Jelly has a different consistency than preserves or jams.
In my region, jelly is usually juice only, while jams and preserves have fruit, with preserves usually having larger pieces or being made from whole fruit.
The prize went to 'this little lady here!' They could've at least made up a name for her, or at least said "The first prize for jelly goes to this upstart little chit!"