Getting judged for the fair


Judge Jill Smith, of Jackson Center, listens as Gus Gothberg, 12, of Piqua, explains his Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Adventures during the special interest judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Gus is the son of Kimberly and Kevin Gothberg. He is a member of the Houston Livestock 4-H Club.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Danielle Stephenson, 13, explains her special interest project, “Alcohol and Drug Abuse,” to judge Cheryl Kies, a teacher at Troy High School Danielle is the daughter of Michelle and Nate Stephenson of Houston. She is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club. Judging was held Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Briana Fanaff, 17, talks to judge Lori Rammel, of Darke County, about her 4-H archery project during the special interest project judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. She is the daughter of Nicole and Jeff Fanaff,of Sidney, and is a member of the Shelby County Hot Shots 4-H Club.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Luke Bohman, 18, of Russia, and judge Stephanie Moorman, of Celina, talk about his senior beekeeping project during judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. He is the son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, of Russia, and is a member of the Russia Livestock 4-H Club.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Dylan Shaffer, 9, of Piqua, talks about his kitchen chemistry project during prefair judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. His special interest project was judged by Deb Hovestreydt, of Anna. Dylan is the son of Jason and Beth Shaffer, of Piqua, and is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Judge Jill Smith, of Jackson Center, listens as Gus Gothberg, 12, of Piqua, explains his Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Adventures during the special interest judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Gus is the son of Kimberly and Kevin Gothberg. He is a member of the Houston Livestock 4-H Club.

Danielle Stephenson, 13, explains her special interest project, “Alcohol and Drug Abuse,” to judge Cheryl Kies, a teacher at Troy High School Danielle is the daughter of Michelle and Nate Stephenson of Houston. She is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club. Judging was held Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.

Briana Fanaff, 17, talks to judge Lori Rammel, of Darke County, about her 4-H archery project during the special interest project judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. She is the daughter of Nicole and Jeff Fanaff,of Sidney, and is a member of the Shelby County Hot Shots 4-H Club.

Luke Bohman, 18, of Russia, and judge Stephanie Moorman, of Celina, talk about his senior beekeeping project during judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. He is the son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, of Russia, and is a member of the Russia Livestock 4-H Club.

Dylan Shaffer, 9, of Piqua, talks about his kitchen chemistry project during prefair judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. His special interest project was judged by Deb Hovestreydt, of Anna. Dylan is the son of Jason and Beth Shaffer, of Piqua, and is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club.

Judge Jill Smith, of Jackson Center, listens as Gus Gothberg, 12, of Piqua, explains his Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Adventures during the special interest judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Gus is the son of Kimberly and Kevin Gothberg. He is a member of the Houston Livestock 4-H Club.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_GusGothberg.jpgJudge Jill Smith, of Jackson Center, listens as Gus Gothberg, 12, of Piqua, explains his Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Adventures during the special interest judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Gus is the son of Kimberly and Kevin Gothberg. He is a member of the Houston Livestock 4-H Club. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Danielle Stephenson, 13, explains her special interest project, “Alcohol and Drug Abuse,” to judge Cheryl Kies, a teacher at Troy High School Danielle is the daughter of Michelle and Nate Stephenson of Houston. She is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club. Judging was held Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DanielleStephenson.jpgDanielle Stephenson, 13, explains her special interest project, “Alcohol and Drug Abuse,” to judge Cheryl Kies, a teacher at Troy High School Danielle is the daughter of Michelle and Nate Stephenson of Houston. She is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club. Judging was held Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Briana Fanaff, 17, talks to judge Lori Rammel, of Darke County, about her 4-H archery project during the special interest project judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. She is the daughter of Nicole and Jeff Fanaff,of Sidney, and is a member of the Shelby County Hot Shots 4-H Club.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_BrianaFanoff.jpgBriana Fanaff, 17, talks to judge Lori Rammel, of Darke County, about her 4-H archery project during the special interest project judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. She is the daughter of Nicole and Jeff Fanaff,of Sidney, and is a member of the Shelby County Hot Shots 4-H Club. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Luke Bohman, 18, of Russia, and judge Stephanie Moorman, of Celina, talk about his senior beekeeping project during judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. He is the son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, of Russia, and is a member of the Russia Livestock 4-H Club.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_LukeBohman.jpgLuke Bohman, 18, of Russia, and judge Stephanie Moorman, of Celina, talk about his senior beekeeping project during judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. He is the son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, of Russia, and is a member of the Russia Livestock 4-H Club. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Dylan Shaffer, 9, of Piqua, talks about his kitchen chemistry project during prefair judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. His special interest project was judged by Deb Hovestreydt, of Anna. Dylan is the son of Jason and Beth Shaffer, of Piqua, and is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_DylanShaffer.jpgDylan Shaffer, 9, of Piqua, talks about his kitchen chemistry project during prefair judging Thursday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. His special interest project was judged by Deb Hovestreydt, of Anna. Dylan is the son of Jason and Beth Shaffer, of Piqua, and is a member of the Scissors to Sheep 4-H Club. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News
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