July 21, 2008
Ally Walker, right, of Ashland, gets a hug from 2007 Boone County Fair Queen Sarah Carlisle after being announced as the 2008 Boone County Fair Queen on Monday night at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
The Boone County Fair offers a variety of concession from cotton candy to pork burgers. Fair goers and vendors share their favorite foods and give tips on what not to miss.
July 20, 2008
Ronda and Randy Thiessen of Sandy Creek Farm arrange peaches for sale. Sandy Creek Farm is located off of Highway 87 between New Franklin and Glasgow.
Jacobs Orchard, located in Montgomery City, also had a more successful peach crop this year than last.
John Gray , president of the Fellowship of Christian Cowboys, preaches during a church service in the arena at the Boone County Fairgrounds while Andrew Kretzschmar listens in the background Sunday.
Five-year-old Spencer Robarge of Springfield smiles after taking his turn Saturday in the Show-Me State Games' Parent/Grandparent and Child Doubles event.
George Bonnell, a resident of Paquin Tower, paints a scene of a sailboat, dock and house using acrylic paints provided by the Parks and Recreation Department. Bonnell learned to paint four years ago through classes provided by at the residential center. He has also taken trips to Amish country and St. Louis.
George Bonnell, a resident of Paquin, paints a scene of a sailboat using acrylic paints. Bonnell learned to paint four years ago through classes provided by the Parks and Recreation Department through the Adaptive Recreation Program.
Tim Kuchta, right, and his 10-year-old son, Austin, play a round of golf in the parent/child division of the Show-Me State Games golf competition Sunday at A.L. Gustin Golf Club. The Kuchtas finished fourth out of 10 teams.
Austin Kutcha watches his father, Tim Kuchta, on the golf course during the Show-Me State Games golf competition. Both Tim and Austin began learning to play golf at the age of 6.
Participants and dogs strutted their stuff at this year's 4-H/FFA Boone County Fair dog show. The show consisted of nearly 40 children and took place Saturday night.
Early Sunday morning, Boone County Fair participants took part in a Fellowship of Christian Cowboys church service. Headed by the Rev. Jim Smith, it provided those staying overnight at the fairgrounds a chance to partake in church services.