Kids enjoying homecoming festivals


Damian Borchers, 4, of Russia, son of Kent and Heather Borchers, is all smiles as he competes at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maverick Keller, 5, of Versailles, son of Jonathan and Nicole Keller, sported a cowboy hat and sword as he hung out at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gus Bohman, 3, of Russia, son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, takes part in the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emily Baldridge, 6, of Russia, daughter of Wes and Angie Baldridge, runs through a carnival jungle gym at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bennett Hoying, 3, of Russia, son of Shelly and Jace Hoying, scarfs down some cotton candy at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Aaron Kuck, 3, of New Knoxville, son of Andy and Kristy Kuck, rings the bell of a small train at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sam Watson, left, rides a small train with his son Barrett Watson, 1, both of Englewood, at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Faith Schroeder, 2, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Ashley Schroeder, rides a mini fire truck at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hadley Lindeman, 2, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Mike and Gail Lindeman, plays a game of mini-putt at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Damian Borchers, 4, of Russia, son of Kent and Heather Borchers, is all smiles as he competes at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.

Maverick Keller, 5, of Versailles, son of Jonathan and Nicole Keller, sported a cowboy hat and sword as he hung out at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.

Gus Bohman, 3, of Russia, son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, takes part in the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.

Emily Baldridge, 6, of Russia, daughter of Wes and Angie Baldridge, runs through a carnival jungle gym at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.

Bennett Hoying, 3, of Russia, son of Shelly and Jace Hoying, scarfs down some cotton candy at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.

Aaron Kuck, 3, of New Knoxville, son of Andy and Kristy Kuck, rings the bell of a small train at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.

Sam Watson, left, rides a small train with his son Barrett Watson, 1, both of Englewood, at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy.

Faith Schroeder, 2, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Ashley Schroeder, rides a mini fire truck at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.

Hadley Lindeman, 2, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Mike and Gail Lindeman, plays a game of mini-putt at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy.

Damian Borchers, 4, of Russia, son of Kent and Heather Borchers, is all smiles as he competes at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage9.jpgDamian Borchers, 4, of Russia, son of Kent and Heather Borchers, is all smiles as he competes at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maverick Keller, 5, of Versailles, son of Jonathan and Nicole Keller, sported a cowboy hat and sword as he hung out at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage7.jpgMaverick Keller, 5, of Versailles, son of Jonathan and Nicole Keller, sported a cowboy hat and sword as he hung out at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gus Bohman, 3, of Russia, son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, takes part in the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage8.jpgGus Bohman, 3, of Russia, son of Steve and Jenni Bohman, takes part in the St. Remy Homecoming Festival kiddie tractor pull in Russia Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Emily Baldridge, 6, of Russia, daughter of Wes and Angie Baldridge, runs through a carnival jungle gym at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage5.jpgEmily Baldridge, 6, of Russia, daughter of Wes and Angie Baldridge, runs through a carnival jungle gym at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bennett Hoying, 3, of Russia, son of Shelly and Jace Hoying, scarfs down some cotton candy at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage4.jpgBennett Hoying, 3, of Russia, son of Shelly and Jace Hoying, scarfs down some cotton candy at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Aaron Kuck, 3, of New Knoxville, son of Andy and Kristy Kuck, rings the bell of a small train at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage6.jpgAaron Kuck, 3, of New Knoxville, son of Andy and Kristy Kuck, rings the bell of a small train at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sam Watson, left, rides a small train with his son Barrett Watson, 1, both of Englewood, at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage2.jpgSam Watson, left, rides a small train with his son Barrett Watson, 1, both of Englewood, at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Faith Schroeder, 2, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Ashley Schroeder, rides a mini fire truck at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage3.jpgFaith Schroeder, 2, of Sidney, daughter of Brian and Ashley Schroeder, rides a mini fire truck at the St. Remy Homecoming Festival Sunday, Sept. 4. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hadley Lindeman, 2, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Mike and Gail Lindeman, plays a game of mini-putt at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN090816KidsPage1.jpgHadley Lindeman, 2, of Wapakoneta, daughter of Mike and Gail Lindeman, plays a game of mini-putt at the 126th annual Fryburg homecoming festival Sunday, Sept. 4. The event is put on by St. John Catholic Church. Raffles were held including one for $1,000. There was lots of food other than the famous mock turtle soup. Carnival rides and games also kept kids busy. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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