Fair brings tears of joy and pizza smiles


Fair bring tears of joy and pizza smiles

Liz Schiff, 13, center foreground facing camera, cries with joy after her steer captures the title of reserve grand champion market beef in the Clinton County Junior Fair. For many more fair photos, see inside today’s News Journal and online at wnewsj.com.

Liz Schiff, 13, center foreground facing camera, cries with joy after her steer captures the title of reserve grand champion market beef in the Clinton County Junior Fair. For many more fair photos, see inside today’s News Journal and online at wnewsj.com.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Tug-of-war generally involves a long rope, but in the Livestock Expo Center this week it was a small stuffed giraffe that was getting its already long neck pulled in both directions. Clockwise from left foreground are Jada Current, Addi Beckett, Kailyn Mason, Lexi Stern, and Lilly Stern.


Tom Barr | News Journal

Liz Schiff, 13, center foreground facing camera, cries with joy after her steer captures the title of reserve grand champion market beef in the Clinton County Junior Fair. For many more fair photos, see inside today’s News Journal and online at wnewsj.com.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.

Tug-of-war generally involves a long rope, but in the Livestock Expo Center this week it was a small stuffed giraffe that was getting its already long neck pulled in both directions. Clockwise from left foreground are Jada Current, Addi Beckett, Kailyn Mason, Lexi Stern, and Lilly Stern.

Liz Schiff, 13, center foreground facing camera, cries with joy after her steer captures the title of reserve grand champion market beef in the Clinton County Junior Fair. For many more fair photos, see inside today’s News Journal and online at wnewsj.com.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_cry_reserve_mkt.beef_p.jpgLiz Schiff, 13, center foreground facing camera, cries with joy after her steer captures the title of reserve grand champion market beef in the Clinton County Junior Fair. For many more fair photos, see inside today’s News Journal and online at wnewsj.com. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_5-kids-eat-pizza.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_7-kids-in-green.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_2-boys-eat-pizza.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_mouth-full-o-pizza.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_girl-plays-cornhole.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_more-posing-with-pizza.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

The scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_8-kids-pizza.jpgThe scorching July afternoon heat brought about the cancellation of this year’s Clinton County Fair 4-H/FFA Olympics, but that didn’t mean all participants and attendees didn’t have a good time. Everyone was treated to a pizza party instead, courtesy of Generations Pizza and Donatos Pizza, while enjoying soft drinks and playing some cornhole. Tom Barr | News Journal

Tug-of-war generally involves a long rope, but in the Livestock Expo Center this week it was a small stuffed giraffe that was getting its already long neck pulled in both directions. Clockwise from left foreground are Jada Current, Addi Beckett, Kailyn Mason, Lexi Stern, and Lilly Stern.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/07/web1_tug-of-war_p.jpgTug-of-war generally involves a long rope, but in the Livestock Expo Center this week it was a small stuffed giraffe that was getting its already long neck pulled in both directions. Clockwise from left foreground are Jada Current, Addi Beckett, Kailyn Mason, Lexi Stern, and Lilly Stern. Tom Barr | News Journal
Fair bring tears of joy and pizza smiles