More fair fun


In the right foreground Delaney Miller, 15, of the Ark & More 4-H Club, answers questions from judge Diane Waits at the Cat, Pet Rabbit & Small Animal Show at the Clinton County Fair. Miller’s cat is named Ace. Cat cages for the event were creatively decorated, often in connection with the name of the cat.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the Livestock Expo Center on the Clinton County Fairgrounds, from left Paiton Walker, 15, and Elijah Danku, 14, play chess — not an official competitive event at the fair, but a pleasant pastime nonetheless.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the foreground from left are an open-faced pecan pie and an apple pie (you can see the apple slices). Other tasty pie entries at the Clinton County Fair’s baked goods contest included a chocolate walnut pie and two-crust peach pies.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the right foreground Delaney Miller, 15, of the Ark & More 4-H Club, answers questions from judge Diane Waits at the Cat, Pet Rabbit & Small Animal Show at the Clinton County Fair. Miller’s cat is named Ace. Cat cages for the event were creatively decorated, often in connection with the name of the cat.

In the Livestock Expo Center on the Clinton County Fairgrounds, from left Paiton Walker, 15, and Elijah Danku, 14, play chess — not an official competitive event at the fair, but a pleasant pastime nonetheless.

In the foreground from left are an open-faced pecan pie and an apple pie (you can see the apple slices). Other tasty pie entries at the Clinton County Fair’s baked goods contest included a chocolate walnut pie and two-crust peach pies.

In the right foreground Delaney Miller, 15, of the Ark & More 4-H Club, answers questions from judge Diane Waits at the Cat, Pet Rabbit & Small Animal Show at the Clinton County Fair. Miller’s cat is named Ace. Cat cages for the event were creatively decorated, often in connection with the name of the cat.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_cat_featury_p_f-1.jpgIn the right foreground Delaney Miller, 15, of the Ark & More 4-H Club, answers questions from judge Diane Waits at the Cat, Pet Rabbit & Small Animal Show at the Clinton County Fair. Miller’s cat is named Ace. Cat cages for the event were creatively decorated, often in connection with the name of the cat. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the Livestock Expo Center on the Clinton County Fairgrounds, from left Paiton Walker, 15, and Elijah Danku, 14, play chess — not an official competitive event at the fair, but a pleasant pastime nonetheless.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_chess_p_f-1.jpgIn the Livestock Expo Center on the Clinton County Fairgrounds, from left Paiton Walker, 15, and Elijah Danku, 14, play chess — not an official competitive event at the fair, but a pleasant pastime nonetheless. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In the foreground from left are an open-faced pecan pie and an apple pie (you can see the apple slices). Other tasty pie entries at the Clinton County Fair’s baked goods contest included a chocolate walnut pie and two-crust peach pies.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/07/web1_pies_p_f.jpgIn the foreground from left are an open-faced pecan pie and an apple pie (you can see the apple slices). Other tasty pie entries at the Clinton County Fair’s baked goods contest included a chocolate walnut pie and two-crust peach pies. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal