Exploring the county fair


One of the volunteers working the junior fair booth was 4-H Fun Bunch member Carmen Enochs.

One of the volunteers working the junior fair booth was 4-H Fun Bunch member Carmen Enochs.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Even when the dairy or beef shows weren’t occurring, fair-goers could still get a glimpse of various animals being transported between locations or resting in sheltered locations.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Per the usual fair, an arcade was available for those willing participants.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Two youths taking advantage of this year’s arcade were cousins Gage (left) and Jacob (right).


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

This year, a new ride company was used at the fair. Several rides stood tall in the background of the numerous vendors and games.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Various food vendors were available for those wanting a place to purchase sustenance and relax in shade.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

EMS and firefighters volunteered to work at the fair this year, as they usually do. Various fire departments through Fayette County took turns covering different days of the fair.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

According to one vendor, the first few days of the fair were well-traveled with a decent amount of business, although business slowed down Thursday night.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

One of the volunteers working the junior fair booth was 4-H Fun Bunch member Carmen Enochs.

Even when the dairy or beef shows weren’t occurring, fair-goers could still get a glimpse of various animals being transported between locations or resting in sheltered locations.

Per the usual fair, an arcade was available for those willing participants.

Two youths taking advantage of this year’s arcade were cousins Gage (left) and Jacob (right).

This year, a new ride company was used at the fair. Several rides stood tall in the background of the numerous vendors and games.

Various food vendors were available for those wanting a place to purchase sustenance and relax in shade.

EMS and firefighters volunteered to work at the fair this year, as they usually do. Various fire departments through Fayette County took turns covering different days of the fair.

According to one vendor, the first few days of the fair were well-traveled with a decent amount of business, although business slowed down Thursday night.

One of the volunteers working the junior fair booth was 4-H Fun Bunch member Carmen Enochs.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-13-.jpgOne of the volunteers working the junior fair booth was 4-H Fun Bunch member Carmen Enochs. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Even when the dairy or beef shows weren’t occurring, fair-goers could still get a glimpse of various animals being transported between locations or resting in sheltered locations.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-1-.jpgEven when the dairy or beef shows weren’t occurring, fair-goers could still get a glimpse of various animals being transported between locations or resting in sheltered locations. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Per the usual fair, an arcade was available for those willing participants.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-15-.jpgPer the usual fair, an arcade was available for those willing participants. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Two youths taking advantage of this year’s arcade were cousins Gage (left) and Jacob (right).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-14-.jpgTwo youths taking advantage of this year’s arcade were cousins Gage (left) and Jacob (right). Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

This year, a new ride company was used at the fair. Several rides stood tall in the background of the numerous vendors and games.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-16-.jpgThis year, a new ride company was used at the fair. Several rides stood tall in the background of the numerous vendors and games. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

Various food vendors were available for those wanting a place to purchase sustenance and relax in shade.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-18-.jpgVarious food vendors were available for those wanting a place to purchase sustenance and relax in shade. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

EMS and firefighters volunteered to work at the fair this year, as they usually do. Various fire departments through Fayette County took turns covering different days of the fair.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-19-.jpgEMS and firefighters volunteered to work at the fair this year, as they usually do. Various fire departments through Fayette County took turns covering different days of the fair. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos

According to one vendor, the first few days of the fair were well-traveled with a decent amount of business, although business slowed down Thursday night.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/07/web1_7-24-17-.jpgAccording to one vendor, the first few days of the fair were well-traveled with a decent amount of business, although business slowed down Thursday night. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald photos