Fair’s next-gen participants


At this week’s Clinton County Fair, the little Open Swine Show Peewee Showmanship participants are shown with Pork industry Princess Madison Abt, Pork Industry Queen Alexa Burkitt, and the show’s judge, Kevin Wendt. For many more fair photos, see INSIDE.


Elizabeth Clark photo

Many children from ages five to eight participated in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair. Each team had 15 minutes to complete a recipe.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Kaige Pawley, 6, enthusiastically welcomes fair attendees with free bottles of water courtesy of Wilmington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.


Tom Barr | Wilmington News Journal

From left, James Schultz, 8, Rosie Hall, 6, and Trinity Medley, 7, compete in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair in the Peterson building.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

The popular helicopter rides returned this year — and the pilot does his best to calm any nervous riders.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Allie Garnai, 17, and Kelly Deatherage, 17, compete in the senior sewing challnge. Deatherage later took first and Garnai tied with Jocelyn Burton (not pictured) for second.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

At this week’s Clinton County Fair, the little Open Swine Show Peewee Showmanship participants are shown with Pork industry Princess Madison Abt, Pork Industry Queen Alexa Burkitt, and the show’s judge, Kevin Wendt. For many more fair photos, see INSIDE.

Many children from ages five to eight participated in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair. Each team had 15 minutes to complete a recipe.

Kaige Pawley, 6, enthusiastically welcomes fair attendees with free bottles of water courtesy of Wilmington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

From left, James Schultz, 8, Rosie Hall, 6, and Trinity Medley, 7, compete in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair in the Peterson building.

The popular helicopter rides returned this year — and the pilot does his best to calm any nervous riders.

From left, Allie Garnai, 17, and Kelly Deatherage, 17, compete in the senior sewing challnge. Deatherage later took first and Garnai tied with Jocelyn Burton (not pictured) for second.

At this week’s Clinton County Fair, the little Open Swine Show Peewee Showmanship participants are shown with Pork industry Princess Madison Abt, Pork Industry Queen Alexa Burkitt, and the show’s judge, Kevin Wendt. For many more fair photos, see INSIDE.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_7058.jpgAt this week’s Clinton County Fair, the little Open Swine Show Peewee Showmanship participants are shown with Pork industry Princess Madison Abt, Pork Industry Queen Alexa Burkitt, and the show’s judge, Kevin Wendt. For many more fair photos, see INSIDE. Elizabeth Clark photo

Many children from ages five to eight participated in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair. Each team had 15 minutes to complete a recipe.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0068.jpgMany children from ages five to eight participated in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair. Each team had 15 minutes to complete a recipe. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Kaige Pawley, 6, enthusiastically welcomes fair attendees with free bottles of water courtesy of Wilmington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Kaige.jpgKaige Pawley, 6, enthusiastically welcomes fair attendees with free bottles of water courtesy of Wilmington Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Tom Barr | Wilmington News Journal

From left, James Schultz, 8, Rosie Hall, 6, and Trinity Medley, 7, compete in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair in the Peterson building.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0046.jpgFrom left, James Schultz, 8, Rosie Hall, 6, and Trinity Medley, 7, compete in the Cloverbud Cooking Challenge Monday at the fair in the Peterson building. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

The popular helicopter rides returned this year — and the pilot does his best to calm any nervous riders.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_helicopter1.jpgThe popular helicopter rides returned this year — and the pilot does his best to calm any nervous riders. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Allie Garnai, 17, and Kelly Deatherage, 17, compete in the senior sewing challnge. Deatherage later took first and Garnai tied with Jocelyn Burton (not pictured) for second.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0081.jpgFrom left, Allie Garnai, 17, and Kelly Deatherage, 17, compete in the senior sewing challnge. Deatherage later took first and Garnai tied with Jocelyn Burton (not pictured) for second. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal
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