Highlights Of Bourbon County Fair

Monday afternoon activity at the Bourbon County Fair included checking in entries in the open class division, entering 4-H Exhibits, conference judging of 4-H photography, weigh-in of animals, in addition to setting up the Chuck Wagon Restaurant. Entering into open class exhibits continues this evening, Monday, July 16, until 8 p.m.

Tomorrow, July 17, judging begins with rabbits, foods, fiber and visual arts,  plant science, poultry, sheep and meat goats.  The bake sale for Open Class foods will be at noon with proceeds going to scholarships for Bourbon County students. There will be a draft horse pull in the evening.


Below are some highlights of Monday afternoon.

Northwest Scott 4-H members and family put together their entry into the hay bale decorating contest Monday afternoon at the Bourbon County Fair. From left: Amanda, Abigail Collins, Kaitlyn Hanks,  John and Timothy Collins and Kaitlyn Hanks, mom, Darla Hanks (not pictured).
Ann Ludlum and Linda Walker check-in art and photography entries in open class Monday afternoon in the Myer’s Building.
Pam Korinek enters her plants in the horticulture department in the open class at the Bourbon County Fair.
Jackie Warren helps to check in quilts Monday afternoon.
Wilma Graham enters art and craft entries from Medicalodge residents Monday at the Bourbon County Fair.
Jackie Warren checks in her cinnamon bread entry into the King Arthur Flour Check-In area, with Joyce Gobl taking the information.


Karen Peery enters antiques in the Bourbon County Fair Monday afternoon.
An entry into the preserved food department.
Antiques entered in the Bourbon County Fair.
-Audree Hick’s entry into the arts and crafts department at the fair. Hicks is 5 years-old.

Joyce Gobl shows the giveaway item for this year’s King Arthur Baking Contest: chocolate cookie mix to the first 300 people who request it.

Starlite FCE’s entry into the scarecrow contest at the fair.

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