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PHOTO GALLERY: Second day of the Boone County Fair

Thursday, July 22, 2010 | 10:42 p.m. CDT
Members of the Mulekicker Cloggers from Fulton perform to the song "Disturbia" by Rihanna on Thursday at the Boone County Fair. The group's repertoire includes a variety of music including pop, classic hits, country and traditional instrumental clogging songs.

COLUMBIA — At the second day of the Boone County Fair, the Mulekicker Cloggers performed, attendees enjoyed rides and a new fair queen was crowned.

With her hair blowing in the wind, Katelyn Bell smiles with glee while riding the musical chairs ride Thursday at the Boone County Fair.
While turned around in her seat, Jaden Holley reaches her arm out to the wave of Sabrina Davis as they ride the musical chairs Thursday at the Boone County Fair.
Josh Russel looks at his mother longingly as he waits for his dinosaur ride to begin Thursday at the Boone County Fair.
Lance Petersen, middle, looks at his parents while riding the cars Thursday at the Boone County Fair. Petersen’s parents, Dylan and Amanda watched and took pictures of their son as he rode solo in a revolving car.
Jackie Cole danced with the Mulekicker Cloggers from Fulton on Thursday at the Boone County Fair. A dedicated clogger, Cole returned to dancing almost immediately after two bouts of cancer in 2002 and 2006. "I'm either dumb or dedicated," she joked. "I haven't figured out which yet."
The Mulekicker Cloggers from Fulton performed Thursday at the Boone County Fair. For more than 30 years, the group has danced a hybrid form of clogging that originated in the Appalachian Mountains.
The new 2010 Boone County royalty Michele Love, left and Amy Wilsdorf, right, watch the Mulekicker Cloggers perform while Lily Williams takes photographs on Thursday at the Boone County Fair. Wilsdorf was crowned the new queen after Melinda Houttuin resigned her title at 4:35 p.m. Thursday.

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