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2012 Plymouth County Fair

Thursday, July 26, 2012

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(Sentinel photo by Amy Erickson) Trevor Sorenson, left, Hunter Peterson and Zach Nilles test how loud they can crack black leather whips as they walk around the fairgrounds during the 2012 Plymouth County Fair Wednesday.
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Trevor Sorenson, left, Hunter Peterson and Zach Nilles test how loud they can crack black leather whips as they walk around the fairgrounds during the 2012 Plymouth County Fair Wednesday.

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Members of the 2012 Plymouth County Fair Royalty Court are (from left) -- Prince Dominick Foley; Prince Scott Schroeder; Mr. Personality Adam Kroksh; King Grady Farrer; Queen Annabelle Banks; Princess Molly Renken; Princess Sierra Stuerman, and Miss Congeniality Whitney Zenk.
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(Sentinel photo by Jason Cox) Opening night entertainment at the Plymouth County Fair features motocross action. The competitors got a few brief showers of rain Wednesday night in the grandstand.
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(Sentinel photo by Magdalene Landegent) Juggling Jim from the Kent Family Magic Circus performs a balancing act with a wheelbarrow and later a step ladder for a crowd of children and their families at the fairgrounds Wednesday, the first day of the Plymouth County Fair.
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(Sentinel photo by Magdalene Landegent) Two 4-H'ers run through the rain Wednesday afternoon near the poultry and rabbit barns. Many people stepped outside to catch a few long-awaited raindrops after nearly one month without precipitation.
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(Sentinel photo by Eric Sandbulte) Brooke Woerdehoff, 12, of Le Mars, keeps cool with a snow cone at the Plymouth County Fair.
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(Sentinel photo by Beverly Van Buskirk) Remsen native Danika Portz belts out a song on the Pioneer Village stage Wednesday evening. Portz now lives in Nashville, Tenn., where she is pursuing her musical career. Wednesday she entertained fairgoers with her pop country music, backed by a band composed of freelance musicians.
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(Sentinel photo by Joanne Glamm) Dexter Lindgren, 8, of Kingsley (left) answers Benny Vondrak's questions about caring for a calf during the Bucket, Bottle Calf show. Show superintendent Gregg Roepke was sitting behind Vondrak. Seventeen dairy and beef calves were exhibited Wednesday by young people ages 7-11.
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(Sentinel photo by Joanne Glamm) Dexter Lindgren, 8, of Kingsley (left) answers Benny Vondrak's questions about caring for a calf during the Bucket, Bottle Calf show. Show superintendent Gregg Roepke was sitting behind Vondrak. Seventeen dairy and beef calves were exhibited Wednesday by young people ages 7-11.



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