Posted: Fair’s just 3 weeks away


With the start of the 2018 Clinton County Fair just over three weeks away (July 7-14), Chad Seaman and Justin Lemmings of Seaman Construction are hard at work building new fences for the horse exercise ring and show ring on the fairgrounds. The durable fence is paid for through funds from the Ohio capital budget. Shown, Chad Seaman easily carries a fence post to its hole where the art and science of aligning straight fence posts takes over.

With the start of the 2018 Clinton County Fair just over three weeks away (July 7-14), Chad Seaman and Justin Lemmings of Seaman Construction are hard at work building new fences for the horse exercise ring and show ring on the fairgrounds. The durable fence is paid for through funds from the Ohio capital budget. Shown, Chad Seaman easily carries a fence post to its hole where the art and science of aligning straight fence posts takes over.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

With the start of the 2018 Clinton County Fair just over three weeks away (July 7-14), Chad Seaman and Justin Lemmings of Seaman Construction are hard at work building new fences for the horse exercise ring and show ring on the fairgrounds. The durable fence is paid for through funds from the Ohio capital budget. Shown, Chad Seaman easily carries a fence post to its hole where the art and science of aligning straight fence posts takes over.

With the start of the 2018 Clinton County Fair just over three weeks away (July 7-14), Chad Seaman and Justin Lemmings of Seaman Construction are hard at work building new fences for the horse exercise ring and show ring on the fairgrounds. The durable fence is paid for through funds from the Ohio capital budget. Shown, Chad Seaman easily carries a fence post to its hole where the art and science of aligning straight fence posts takes over.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/06/web1_carry_on.jpgWith the start of the 2018 Clinton County Fair just over three weeks away (July 7-14), Chad Seaman and Justin Lemmings of Seaman Construction are hard at work building new fences for the horse exercise ring and show ring on the fairgrounds. The durable fence is paid for through funds from the Ohio capital budget. Shown, Chad Seaman easily carries a fence post to its hole where the art and science of aligning straight fence posts takes over. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

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