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PHOTO GALLERY: Junior Division Talent Show highlights many acts

Wednesday, July 22, 2009 | 12:01 a.m. CDT; updated 8:17 a.m. CDT, Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Keaira Rubble, 12, performs Kellie Pickler's "Red High Heels" during the Junior Division of the Boone County Fair Talent Show, held Tuesday at the Boone County Fairgrounds.

The Boone County Fair Junior Division Talent Show took place Tuesday night at the Boone County Fairgrounds. Twenty-two children ages 8 to 16 performed acts involving singing, dancing, playing guitar, fiddling, twirling, gymnastics and clogging.

Bill Tempel, left, of Columbia, videotapes his son Nathan, 8, during his performance at the Boone County Fair Talent Show Junior Division. Nathan has been singing since age 3.
Stephanie Stricker, 13, left, and dance partner Caroline Sunvold, 13, wait backstage before performing in the Junior Division at the Boone County Fair Talent Show.
Rachel Guilford, 9, waits for her turn to sing during the Boone County Fair Talent Show. Guilford, along with sister Hannah, 11, performed in the Junior Division.
Taylor Noakes, 16, performs the final song of the Boone County Junior Division Talent Show on Tuesday. Noakes sang "Not Anymore," by LeToya Luckett.

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