Tuesday’s Morrow County Fair- part 2


Three-year-old Leah Ruhl sits on her uncle Nate’s lap and plays a video game in the cattle barn. Nate Ruhl, a Northmor 8th grader, was there to show calves. Leah is the daughter of Scott and Rachel Ruhl.


Doing his part to clean up in the hog barn is 6-yr-old Raygen VanHorn. Raygen was showing a crossbred hog in the PeeWee division. He is the son of Ray VanHorn.


Contenders wait their turn to be judged for Rabbit Showmanship in the small arend at 1 pm Tuesday.


The Northmor FFA had a large display in the Youth building.


The first place booth in teh Youth building belonged to the Highland Achievers 4H Club.


Talking with Don Wake in the Morrow County Veterans tent was Chris Vasquez and Ryan Lawson.


Having a great time in the Scooter bumper car ride were twins Lauren, left, and Riley Johnson. The fifth graders attend Northmor School.


What fun! Cardington freshman Sebastian Stolpa, left, and senior Michael Ashley had a great time on the Sizzler ride.


Aren’t they cute? Lyla Remy, 1 1/2 (left), Ada Coger, 1, and 5-yr-old Tessa Watterson take a spin in the Dino ride. Ada and Lyla are from Mansfield and Tessa is from Morrow County.


Competitors wait to begin the Best Matched Team Minis contest Tuesday afternoon.


Waiting their turn for the Best Matched Team competition is Bill Westbrook, left, and Brian Balderidge, both of Mt. Gilead.


Levi Globe, 3, and his sister Angelia, 7, of Cardington ride the Super Trucks.


Playing the Gold Fish Game was, from left: Conner Shiflet, Park Ave 2nd grader; Rowan Fitzpatrick, Park Ave 3rd grader; his sister Madison, 8th grade; and Mckenzie Bump, a Mt. Gilead 8th grader.


Tuesday was Senior Citizens Day at the fair, and the Spangler Sisters had a nice crowd at the small stage late in the morning.


Sept. 1, 2015 – Here are more photos from Tuesday’s Morrow County Fair.

On the afternoon schedule was:

12 p.m… Draft Horse, Pony, & Mule Classes (Draft Horse Arena)

1 p.m… Rabbit Showmanship (Small Arena)

1 p.m. … Flower and Garden Club Judging (Floral Hall)

3 p.m. … Jane Horton(Small Stage)

4:30 p.m. … Dave and Ethel Smith (Small Stage)

5 p.m … Swine Breeders Picnic

6 p.m … Harness Racing (Grandstand)

6 p.m … Encore! (Small Stage)

6:30 p.m… King and Queen Presentation (Youth Building)

7:30 p.m… Rabbit and Poultry Costume Contest (Small Animal Arena)

7:30 p.m… Youth Sheep Lead-In (Show Arena)

7:30-9:30 p.m. … Karaoke (Small Stage)

8 p.m… Talent Show (Youth Building) (Following the Outstanding Fair Supporter/Jr. Fair King and Queen Contest)

Three-year-old Leah Ruhl sits on her uncle Nate’s lap and plays a video game in the cattle barn. Nate Ruhl, a Northmor 8th grader, was there to show calves. Leah is the daughter of Scott and Rachel Ruhl.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27332.jpgThree-year-old Leah Ruhl sits on her uncle Nate’s lap and plays a video game in the cattle barn. Nate Ruhl, a Northmor 8th grader, was there to show calves. Leah is the daughter of Scott and Rachel Ruhl.

Doing his part to clean up in the hog barn is 6-yr-old Raygen VanHorn. Raygen was showing a crossbred hog in the PeeWee division. He is the son of Ray VanHorn.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27362.jpgDoing his part to clean up in the hog barn is 6-yr-old Raygen VanHorn. Raygen was showing a crossbred hog in the PeeWee division. He is the son of Ray VanHorn.

Contenders wait their turn to be judged for Rabbit Showmanship in the small arend at 1 pm Tuesday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27432.jpgContenders wait their turn to be judged for Rabbit Showmanship in the small arend at 1 pm Tuesday.

The Northmor FFA had a large display in the Youth building.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27472.jpgThe Northmor FFA had a large display in the Youth building.

The first place booth in teh Youth building belonged to the Highland Achievers 4H Club.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27482.jpgThe first place booth in teh Youth building belonged to the Highland Achievers 4H Club.

Talking with Don Wake in the Morrow County Veterans tent was Chris Vasquez and Ryan Lawson.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27492.jpgTalking with Don Wake in the Morrow County Veterans tent was Chris Vasquez and Ryan Lawson.

Having a great time in the Scooter bumper car ride were twins Lauren, left, and Riley Johnson. The fifth graders attend Northmor School.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27582.jpgHaving a great time in the Scooter bumper car ride were twins Lauren, left, and Riley Johnson. The fifth graders attend Northmor School.

What fun! Cardington freshman Sebastian Stolpa, left, and senior Michael Ashley had a great time on the Sizzler ride.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27612.jpgWhat fun! Cardington freshman Sebastian Stolpa, left, and senior Michael Ashley had a great time on the Sizzler ride.

Aren’t they cute? Lyla Remy, 1 1/2 (left), Ada Coger, 1, and 5-yr-old Tessa Watterson take a spin in the Dino ride. Ada and Lyla are from Mansfield and Tessa is from Morrow County.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27652.jpgAren’t they cute? Lyla Remy, 1 1/2 (left), Ada Coger, 1, and 5-yr-old Tessa Watterson take a spin in the Dino ride. Ada and Lyla are from Mansfield and Tessa is from Morrow County.

Competitors wait to begin the Best Matched Team Minis contest Tuesday afternoon.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27672.jpgCompetitors wait to begin the Best Matched Team Minis contest Tuesday afternoon.

Waiting their turn for the Best Matched Team competition is Bill Westbrook, left, and Brian Balderidge, both of Mt. Gilead.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27692.jpgWaiting their turn for the Best Matched Team competition is Bill Westbrook, left, and Brian Balderidge, both of Mt. Gilead.

Levi Globe, 3, and his sister Angelia, 7, of Cardington ride the Super Trucks.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27752.jpgLevi Globe, 3, and his sister Angelia, 7, of Cardington ride the Super Trucks.

Playing the Gold Fish Game was, from left: Conner Shiflet, Park Ave 2nd grader; Rowan Fitzpatrick, Park Ave 3rd grader; his sister Madison, 8th grade; and Mckenzie Bump, a Mt. Gilead 8th grader.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_IMG_27762.jpgPlaying the Gold Fish Game was, from left: Conner Shiflet, Park Ave 2nd grader; Rowan Fitzpatrick, Park Ave 3rd grader; his sister Madison, 8th grade; and Mckenzie Bump, a Mt. Gilead 8th grader.

Tuesday was Senior Citizens Day at the fair, and the Spangler Sisters had a nice crowd at the small stage late in the morning.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/09/web1_Last-IMG_26983.jpgTuesday was Senior Citizens Day at the fair, and the Spangler Sisters had a nice crowd at the small stage late in the morning.

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