Getting ready for the fair


Riley Barhorst, 10, of Jackson Center, explains how she made her creamy peanut butter dip for her Let’s Start Cooking project to judge Lora Haines, of Quincy. Riley is the daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst, of Jackson Center, and is a member of Creative Clovers 4-H Club. Judging for the foods projects was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Mary York, 11, of Russia, talks about the butterscotch squares she made for her Let’s Start Cooking project. Asking Mary questions is judge Jessica Suttles, of Sidney. Mary is the daughter of Shelly York and Ken York. She is a member of the Russia Fashionettes. The pre-fair judging for the junior fair foods show was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.


Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Riley Barhorst, 10, of Jackson Center, explains how she made her creamy peanut butter dip for her Let’s Start Cooking project to judge Lora Haines, of Quincy. Riley is the daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst, of Jackson Center, and is a member of Creative Clovers 4-H Club. Judging for the foods projects was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.

Mary York, 11, of Russia, talks about the butterscotch squares she made for her Let’s Start Cooking project. Asking Mary questions is judge Jessica Suttles, of Sidney. Mary is the daughter of Shelly York and Ken York. She is a member of the Russia Fashionettes. The pre-fair judging for the junior fair foods show was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.

Riley Barhorst, 10, of Jackson Center, explains how she made her creamy peanut butter dip for her Let’s Start Cooking project to judge Lora Haines, of Quincy. Riley is the daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst, of Jackson Center, and is a member of Creative Clovers 4-H Club. Judging for the foods projects was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_RileyBarhorstJacksonCenter.jpgRiley Barhorst, 10, of Jackson Center, explains how she made her creamy peanut butter dip for her Let’s Start Cooking project to judge Lora Haines, of Quincy. Riley is the daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst, of Jackson Center, and is a member of Creative Clovers 4-H Club. Judging for the foods projects was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News

Mary York, 11, of Russia, talks about the butterscotch squares she made for her Let’s Start Cooking project. Asking Mary questions is judge Jessica Suttles, of Sidney. Mary is the daughter of Shelly York and Ken York. She is a member of the Russia Fashionettes. The pre-fair judging for the junior fair foods show was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_MaryYorkRuusia.jpgMary York, 11, of Russia, talks about the butterscotch squares she made for her Let’s Start Cooking project. Asking Mary questions is judge Jessica Suttles, of Sidney. Mary is the daughter of Shelly York and Ken York. She is a member of the Russia Fashionettes. The pre-fair judging for the junior fair foods show was held Monday, July 18, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds. Melanie Speicher | Sidney Daily News
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