Jefferson County 4-H Fair
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FAIR REVIEW: Western Horse Show

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  • Album ID: 2076133
  • Photos by Phyllis McLaughlin

FAIR REVIEW: Awards Program

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  • Album ID: 2076155

FAIR REVIEW: Creativity on Display

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  • A celebration of agriculture, farming and hard work is the center of any 4-H county fair. When the time comes to funnel that dedication into something a little more creative, 4-H’ers head to the exhibit hall to show their best.
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  • Album ID: 2076128
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FAIR REVIEW: Just try to do your best, and be nice

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  • Devon Hord, donning a white overcoat and carrying one of his several show rabbits, entered the show ring with the other competitors in the class.
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  • Album ID: 2076146

FAIR REVIEW: It’s all about preparation

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  • In a family of athletes and sports fans, it’s probably safe to say the Block family hadn’t considered adding to their busy schedule with caring for livestock. Six years later, 15-year-old Gracie Block had her family working like a team by her side at the Jefferson County 4-H Fair.
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  • Album ID: 2076148
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FAIR REVIEW: Fair offers a level playing field

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  • In the time leading up to a show, barns are usually a flurry of activity. Most 4-H’ers are doing last minute grooming. Some are running to catch an anxious animal out of its cage. For Preston Abbott, whose goats were ready for the ring, it’s a moment to relax with his animals.
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  • Album ID: 2076130
  • Photos by Brett Eppley

FAIR REVIEW: Best of Show

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  • It’ll be difficult for one member of the Willing Workers 4-H Club to top her achievements earned in the poultry show during the 2016 Jefferson County Fair. Jenna Martin, 9, took the top award in poultry during her first year in 4-H. Martin earned Best of Show in the poultry category with her chickens.
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  • Album ID: 2076137

FAIR REVIEW: Hobby Show

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  • Jefferson County Farm Bureau’s Pet and Hobby Show participants included: Shed Johnson, Brogan Johnson, Brodie Johnson, Noah Steakhouse, Jesse Seller, Lindsey Gross, Jake Coles, Emily Geyman, Simeon Ball, Rebecca Ball, Emily Geyman, Paisley Jo Hitchel, Aubree Hitchel, Noah Ryan Barnes, RaeLynn Ann Smith, Olivia Hitchel and Luke Cody Barnes.
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  • Album ID: 2076157

FAIR REVIEW: Open Class

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  • OPEN CLASS: On the final day of the fair, Open Class exhibitors were honored for their contributions. Open Class participants are over the age of 15 and are not members of 4-H.
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  • Album ID: 2076156
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FAIR REVIEW: Keep Calm and Dairy On

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  • She’d shown swine. She also did a photography project as a member of the Kent Klover 4-H Club. But, far and away, Rebekah Sue Anderson’s favorite project was showing her dairy cow, Mattie – something one might not expect from a 4-H’er who has never lived on a farm.
  • 8/29/2016
  • Album ID: 2076118
  • Photos by Phyllis McLaughlin
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