Let the fair fun begin


Judge Beverly Pressnall, of Centerville, examines the hem of a wool skirt sewn by Emily Hess, 12, of Fort Loramie. Emily made the skirt as part of her Sew Fun project. Prejudging for the Junior Fair clothing projects was held Monday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. The daughter of Neil and Marsha Hess, Emily is a member of the Fort Loramie Livestock 4-H Club.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Judge Brenda Cook, of St. Paris, looks over the booklet created by Quinci Voisard, 13, of Fort Loramie, for her Let’s Get Cooking project Monday during pre-fair foods judging at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Quinci is the daughter of Kristi and Roger Voisard, of Fort Loramie. She is a member of the Merry Modmakers 4-H Club. Her project was veggie pizza.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Judge Beverly Pressnall, of Centerville, examines the hem of a wool skirt sewn by Emily Hess, 12, of Fort Loramie. Emily made the skirt as part of her Sew Fun project. Prejudging for the Junior Fair clothing projects was held Monday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. The daughter of Neil and Marsha Hess, Emily is a member of the Fort Loramie Livestock 4-H Club.

Judge Brenda Cook, of St. Paris, looks over the booklet created by Quinci Voisard, 13, of Fort Loramie, for her Let’s Get Cooking project Monday during pre-fair foods judging at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Quinci is the daughter of Kristi and Roger Voisard, of Fort Loramie. She is a member of the Merry Modmakers 4-H Club. Her project was veggie pizza.

Judge Beverly Pressnall, of Centerville, examines the hem of a wool skirt sewn by Emily Hess, 12, of Fort Loramie. Emily made the skirt as part of her Sew Fun project. Prejudging for the Junior Fair clothing projects was held Monday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. The daughter of Neil and Marsha Hess, Emily is a member of the Fort Loramie Livestock 4-H Club.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_EmilyHessFortLoramie.jpgJudge Beverly Pressnall, of Centerville, examines the hem of a wool skirt sewn by Emily Hess, 12, of Fort Loramie. Emily made the skirt as part of her Sew Fun project. Prejudging for the Junior Fair clothing projects was held Monday at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. The daughter of Neil and Marsha Hess, Emily is a member of the Fort Loramie Livestock 4-H Club. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Judge Brenda Cook, of St. Paris, looks over the booklet created by Quinci Voisard, 13, of Fort Loramie, for her Let’s Get Cooking project Monday during pre-fair foods judging at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Quinci is the daughter of Kristi and Roger Voisard, of Fort Loramie. She is a member of the Merry Modmakers 4-H Club. Her project was veggie pizza.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_QuinciVoisardFortLoramie.jpgJudge Brenda Cook, of St. Paris, looks over the booklet created by Quinci Voisard, 13, of Fort Loramie, for her Let’s Get Cooking project Monday during pre-fair foods judging at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Quinci is the daughter of Kristi and Roger Voisard, of Fort Loramie. She is a member of the Merry Modmakers 4-H Club. Her project was veggie pizza. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News
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