The 2016 Junior Fair Horse Versatility Show was held on Tuesday morning at the horse arena. Pictured (L to R) are the senior class winners with the Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman: Faith Kobel, third place; Taylor Perkins, first place and Skylynn Barden, second place. Chair sponsored by Triple M. Farms.
The junior class winners are pictured with the chair donor and Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman (L to R): Anya Matthews, second place; Andrea Robinson, first place; Lorelei King, third place and Madison Johnson, fourth place. Chair sponsored by Kelley and Ashley Casto Quarter Horses.
The walk-trot versatility class winners are pictured with the chair donor and Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman (L to R): Mary Gerber, second place; Garren Walker, third place; Haleigh Moore, first place; Linzy Turley, fifth place, and Haley Fletcher, fourth place.
Taylor Perkins, winner of the senior versatility class, said she was impressed by her horsemanship for the show on Tuesday morning.
The 2016 Junior Fair Nutrition Bowl Contest was held on Monday afternoon. The second place team was from the 4-H Fun Bunch Club and included Abbi Pettit, Lena Steele, Carman Enochs and Lydia Zwoll.
The first place team was from the Charm-n-Farm 4-H Club and included Clare Sollars, Madisyn Callahan, Therese Robinson and Laura Robinson.
The Cattle Feeders Tuesday “Sponsor of the Day” was the Gusweiler GM Center with representative Max Hughes posing.
The Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department is at the Fayette County Fair to raise funds for equipment – especially something called a skid unit that has the capacity to carry water to places the fire truck cannot go. From left to right are Lt. Tyler Osborne, firefighter Jason Beatty, firefighter Matt Smith and Fire Chief Jason Wysong.
Fair food – inside and out! Denny Smith, owner of the Willow Restaurant, is ready to satisfy your hunger needs inside the Mahan Building.