Busy days at Clinton County Fair


Photography Winners, with Dairy Princess Serenity Batterson are Paiton Walker, Clair Greenless and Megan Stotts.


In Woodworking were, from left, Timothy Ritchey, Emmik Danku, Abigail Danku, Maddie Brausch and Emily Brausch.


The Speaker and the President: At the opening ceremony for the Clinton County Fair, Clinton County native son and Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville), left, presents an official proclamation for the occasion from the Ohio House of Representatives. Receiving the document is Clinton County Fair Board President Scot Gerber, right foreground.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left, Bryce Watson, 8, and Wade Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge on Monday.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Gabe Stewart, 7, Nathan Chaney, 6, Elaine Schumm, 7, and Elizabeth Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge at the Peterson building in the county fair on Monday.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Clinton County Fair Woodworking Overall winner was Emily Brausch.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Brooklyn Niemeyer, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday at the county fair. Niemeyer later won second place.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Jenna Hanlon, 11, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10, compete in the 4-H Cooking Challenge on Monday. Hanlon and Persing later tied for third place. Later, Hanlon won second in the beginner’s sewing challenge and Persing won first.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Jozie Jones, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday. Jones won first place.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Jocelyn Burton, 17, operates a sewing machine at the Clinton County Fair’s senior sewing challenge. Burton later tied for second. Later, Burton won first place in the senior Taste of Clinton County Challenge.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Clinton County Fair Princess Kelly Deatherage, Honor Persing, 12, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10. Honor Persing won first in the table style competition and Mercy Ann Persing won second.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Julie Garnai, Jessica Foxworthy, and Clinton County Princess Kelly Deatherage. Foxworthy won the adult table style competition and Garnai took second.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Nickolaus Garrison. Garrison won first place in the beginner division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge with his salad.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Teresa Klingensmith, who won the adult division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge.


Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Photography Winners, with Dairy Princess Serenity Batterson are Paiton Walker, Clair Greenless and Megan Stotts.

In Woodworking were, from left, Timothy Ritchey, Emmik Danku, Abigail Danku, Maddie Brausch and Emily Brausch.

The Speaker and the President: At the opening ceremony for the Clinton County Fair, Clinton County native son and Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville), left, presents an official proclamation for the occasion from the Ohio House of Representatives. Receiving the document is Clinton County Fair Board President Scot Gerber, right foreground.

From left, Bryce Watson, 8, and Wade Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge on Monday.

From left, Gabe Stewart, 7, Nathan Chaney, 6, Elaine Schumm, 7, and Elizabeth Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge at the Peterson building in the county fair on Monday.

Clinton County Fair Woodworking Overall winner was Emily Brausch.

Brooklyn Niemeyer, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday at the county fair. Niemeyer later won second place.

From left, Jenna Hanlon, 11, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10, compete in the 4-H Cooking Challenge on Monday. Hanlon and Persing later tied for third place. Later, Hanlon won second in the beginner’s sewing challenge and Persing won first.

Jozie Jones, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday. Jones won first place.

Jocelyn Burton, 17, operates a sewing machine at the Clinton County Fair’s senior sewing challenge. Burton later tied for second. Later, Burton won first place in the senior Taste of Clinton County Challenge.

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Clinton County Fair Princess Kelly Deatherage, Honor Persing, 12, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10. Honor Persing won first in the table style competition and Mercy Ann Persing won second.

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Julie Garnai, Jessica Foxworthy, and Clinton County Princess Kelly Deatherage. Foxworthy won the adult table style competition and Garnai took second.

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Nickolaus Garrison. Garrison won first place in the beginner division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge with his salad.

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Teresa Klingensmith, who won the adult division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge.

Photography Winners, with Dairy Princess Serenity Batterson are Paiton Walker, Clair Greenless and Megan Stotts.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_218-1.jpgPhotography Winners, with Dairy Princess Serenity Batterson are Paiton Walker, Clair Greenless and Megan Stotts.

In Woodworking were, from left, Timothy Ritchey, Emmik Danku, Abigail Danku, Maddie Brausch and Emily Brausch.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_108-1.jpgIn Woodworking were, from left, Timothy Ritchey, Emmik Danku, Abigail Danku, Maddie Brausch and Emily Brausch.

The Speaker and the President: At the opening ceremony for the Clinton County Fair, Clinton County native son and Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville), left, presents an official proclamation for the occasion from the Ohio House of Representatives. Receiving the document is Clinton County Fair Board President Scot Gerber, right foreground.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_rosenberger_p_f-1.jpgThe Speaker and the President: At the opening ceremony for the Clinton County Fair, Clinton County native son and Ohio Speaker of the House Cliff Rosenberger (R-Clarksville), left, presents an official proclamation for the occasion from the Ohio House of Representatives. Receiving the document is Clinton County Fair Board President Scot Gerber, right foreground.

Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left, Bryce Watson, 8, and Wade Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge on Monday.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0038-1.jpgFrom left, Bryce Watson, 8, and Wade Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge on Monday. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Gabe Stewart, 7, Nathan Chaney, 6, Elaine Schumm, 7, and Elizabeth Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge at the Peterson building in the county fair on Monday.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0041-1.jpgFrom left, Gabe Stewart, 7, Nathan Chaney, 6, Elaine Schumm, 7, and Elizabeth Smith, 7, compete in the Clovberbud Cooking Challenge at the Peterson building in the county fair on Monday. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Clinton County Fair Woodworking Overall winner was Emily Brausch.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_114-1.jpgClinton County Fair Woodworking Overall winner was Emily Brausch. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Brooklyn Niemeyer, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday at the county fair. Niemeyer later won second place.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0087-1.jpgBrooklyn Niemeyer, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday at the county fair. Niemeyer later won second place. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Jenna Hanlon, 11, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10, compete in the 4-H Cooking Challenge on Monday. Hanlon and Persing later tied for third place. Later, Hanlon won second in the beginner’s sewing challenge and Persing won first.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0093-1.jpgFrom left, Jenna Hanlon, 11, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10, compete in the 4-H Cooking Challenge on Monday. Hanlon and Persing later tied for third place. Later, Hanlon won second in the beginner’s sewing challenge and Persing won first. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Jozie Jones, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday. Jones won first place.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0088-1.jpgJozie Jones, 11, competes in the 4-H Cooking Challenge Monday. Jones won first place. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

Jocelyn Burton, 17, operates a sewing machine at the Clinton County Fair’s senior sewing challenge. Burton later tied for second. Later, Burton won first place in the senior Taste of Clinton County Challenge.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0089-1.jpgJocelyn Burton, 17, operates a sewing machine at the Clinton County Fair’s senior sewing challenge. Burton later tied for second. Later, Burton won first place in the senior Taste of Clinton County Challenge. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Clinton County Fair Princess Kelly Deatherage, Honor Persing, 12, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10. Honor Persing won first in the table style competition and Mercy Ann Persing won second.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0151-1.jpgFrom left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Clinton County Fair Princess Kelly Deatherage, Honor Persing, 12, and Mercy Ann Persing, 10. Honor Persing won first in the table style competition and Mercy Ann Persing won second. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Julie Garnai, Jessica Foxworthy, and Clinton County Princess Kelly Deatherage. Foxworthy won the adult table style competition and Garnai took second.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DSC_0157-1.jpgFrom left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell, Julie Garnai, Jessica Foxworthy, and Clinton County Princess Kelly Deatherage. Foxworthy won the adult table style competition and Garnai took second. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Nickolaus Garrison. Garrison won first place in the beginner division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge with his salad.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_5542-1.jpgFrom left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Nickolaus Garrison. Garrison won first place in the beginner division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge with his salad. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal

From left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Teresa Klingensmith, who won the adult division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_5546-1.jpgFrom left, Clinton County Fair Miss Annie Oakley Cheyenne Jarrell and Teresa Klingensmith, who won the adult division of the Taste of Clinton County Challenge. Nathan Kraatz | Wilmington News Journal
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