It’s show time!

For both judges and kids, the fair can be a learning experience

Kayla Gebel gave one more smile to Roscoe, as if to say, "We got this buddy."And with that, the Lawler teenager and her miniature Australian Shepard were off and running on the agility course at the Chickasaw County 4-H and FFA Achievement Show Wednesday afternoon.For months, young people have put countless hours of work into their projects — whether they be dogs, cows, pigs or non-livestock ones like clothing, photographs and foods.And the payoff for all that work began Wednesday and continues through Monday at the Big Four Fairgrounds in Nashua.Some, like Gebel did Wednesday, will win plaques and a fistful of ribbons.For the complete story see the 7/15/2016 New Hampton Tribune.

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