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Ready for the county fair

Sunday, July 22, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CDT; updated 6:57 p.m. CDT, Monday, July 21, 2008
Jamie Clitheros, 14, prepares her horse for the Western Pleasure event Saturday as part of the Boone County Fair & Horse Show. The county fair runs through July 29.

Horse shows, dog shows and ham judging, among other activities, have filled the weekend leading up to the official start of the Boone County Fair. The fair kicks off at 4 p.m. Monday at the county fairgrounds.

Day 1 highlights

  • The Children’s Barnyard
  • Farm Team Horse Pull
  • Dairy Goat Show
  • Family Fun Night
  • Miss Boone County Queen Pageant

To find the schedule, go to: boonecountyfairgrounds.com/events.htm.

Jamie Clitheros, 14, prepares her horse for the Western Pleasure event.
The parade held Saturday morning on Broadway was one of the pre-fair activities leading up to the official start of the Boone County Fair on Monday afternoon.
Michelle South, 21, a contestant for the Boone County Fair Queen Scholarship Competition, gets help with her sash from Chairperson Julia Edgar. South and other contestants practiced their talents and a coordinated dance for the show.

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