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We Saw You At The Fulton County Fair!















The Fulton County Junior Fair crowns a number of kings, queens, and ambassadors. Front row, from left: Payton Miller, caprine king; Taylor West, beef queen; Jolyssa Tedrow, pork industry queen; Courtney Krieger, dairy ambassador; Kaitlin Ruetz, junior fair queen. Back row: Kallie Strauss, first runner-up, junior fair queen; Mary Miller, puppy princess; Connor Ruetz, junior fair king; Sean Baker, 4-H king; Bailey Double, lamb & wool queen; Sarah Simon, 4-H queen. Missing: Nathaniel Ballmer, rabbit king; Hannah Stintson, rabbit queen; Lauren Smith, caprine queen; Adrianna Hibbard, horse queen.– photo by Mary Huber

The Fulton County Junior Fair crowns a number of kings, queens, and ambassadors. Front row, from left: Payton Miller, caprine king; Taylor West, beef queen; Jolyssa Tedrow, pork industry queen; Courtney Krieger, dairy ambassador; Kaitlin Ruetz, junior fair queen. Back row: Kallie Strauss, first runner-up, junior fair queen; Mary Miller, puppy princess; Connor Ruetz, junior fair king; Sean Baker, 4-H king; Bailey Double, lamb & wool queen; Sarah Simon, 4-H queen. Missing: Nathaniel Ballmer, rabbit king; Hannah Stintson, rabbit queen; Lauren Smith, caprine queen; Adrianna Hibbard, horse queen.– photo by Mary Huber

Hannah Kovar, 9, Fayette, spends time with Olaf, left, her reserve champion dairy feeder calf, and Elsa, her beef feeder calf. She was the beef feeder calves showmanship winner for ages 9 and under.– photo by Mary Huber

Hannah Kovar, 9, Fayette, spends time with Olaf, left, her reserve champion dairy feeder calf, and Elsa, her beef feeder calf. She was the beef feeder calves showmanship winner for ages 9 and under.– photo by Mary Huber

Jack Dominique, left, may have taken the prize for driving the farthest to the Fulton County Fair, coming all the way from Phoenix, Ariz. With him are his grandchildren, Luxe, 7, and Liam, 5, Perrysburg, and mother, Audrey Dominique, Archbold. Luxe and Liam's parents are Summer and Timmy Thompson, who were spending their 10th wedding anniversary in Florida.– photo by Mary Huber

Jack Dominique, left, may have taken the prize for driving the farthest to the Fulton County Fair, coming all the way from Phoenix, Ariz. With him are his grandchildren, Luxe, 7, and Liam, 5, Perrysburg, and mother, Audrey Dominique, Archbold. Luxe and Liam’s parents are Summer and Timmy Thompson, who were spending their 10th wedding anniversary in Florida.– photo by Mary Huber

Johnny Miller, 4 1/2, grins after riding down the Super Slide. He is the son of Stefan and Chelsea (Rychener) Miller, Archbold.– photo by Mary Huber

Johnny Miller, 4 1/2, grins after riding down the Super Slide. He is the son of Stefan and Chelsea (Rychener) Miller, Archbold.– photo by Mary Huber

With a clippers and a steady hand, Kelsey Weirauch, Pettisville, trims a lamb in preparation for the show ring.– photo by David Pugh

With a clippers and a steady hand, Kelsey Weirauch, Pettisville, trims a lamb in preparation for the show ring.– photo by David Pugh

Shane Eicher, 12; Gavin Seiler, 13; and Juan Garcia, 13, wear the doughnuts they won playing midway games at the fair. They are all Archbold seventh graders.– photo by Mary Huber

Shane Eicher, 12; Gavin Seiler, 13; and Juan Garcia, 13, wear the doughnuts they won playing midway games at the fair. They are all Archbold seventh graders.– photo by Mary Huber

Eugene, a 16-month-old pygmy goat, relaxes in the lap of Linda Bollinger, Berkey. Bollinger is an advisor for the Goats & Udder Things 4-H Club.– photo by Mary Huber

Eugene, a 16-month-old pygmy goat, relaxes in the lap of Linda Bollinger, Berkey. Bollinger is an advisor for the Goats & Udder Things 4-H Club.– photo by Mary Huber

Emily Hines, 11, and Mikayla Welch, 12, Archbold, enjoyed the food at the fair.–photo by David Pugh

Emily Hines, 11, and Mikayla Welch, 12, Archbold, enjoyed the food at the fair.–photo by David Pugh

Harper Nolander, a PHS sophomore, waited “tables” at the Pettisville Music Boosters food stand. Pettisville music students earn credit by working at the stand.– photo by David Pugh

Harper Nolander, a PHS sophomore, waited “tables” at the Pettisville Music Boosters food stand. Pettisville music students earn credit by working at the stand.– photo by David Pugh

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