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FAIR DAYS

153rd HARRISON COUNTY FAIR A SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE LOGAN HERALD-OBSERVER AND WOODBINE TWINER

JULY 19-24 2011

HARRISON COUNTY FAIR REVIEW “AIMING FOR ADVENTURE”


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Harrison County Fair 2010 HORSE SHOW

SENIOR HIGH POINTS - Caitlin Phillips. She also earned first place in senior showmanship, JUNIOR HIGH POINTS - Sydney Sherer. She also earned the sportsman award and took first senior western horsemanship, the egg race, senior pole bending, the flag race, among oth- place in junior showmanship and junior pole bending. ers.

ALLISON PAULEY - First place in Junior Western Pleasure, VINCENT PAULEY - First place Pony Pleasure, Walk-Trot and PAGIE PAULEY - First place Aged Gelding, Senior Western Junior Western Horsemanship, Junior Western Riding, Junior Trail Riding. Pleasure and Senior Reining. Junior Reining, Junior Barrel Racing.

The Harrison County 4-H horse show was held July 19. Earning the sportsmanship award was Sydney Sherer of Pisgah. Sherer also earned junior high points. The senior high points winner was Caitlin Phillips of Missouri Valley. Winners of other categories included: Pony-Aged Mare or Gelding: Sydney Sherer, first place. Horse-Aged Mare, Caitlin Phillips, first. Horse-Aged Gelding: Paige Pauley, first; Caitlin Phillips, second. Junior Showmanship: Sydney Sherer, first; Allison Pauley, second. Senior Showmanship:

Caitlin Phillips, first; Paige Pauley, second. Pony Pleasure: Vincent Pauley, first; Sydney Sherer, second. Walk-Trot: Vincent Pauley, first; Sydney Sherer, second. Junior Western Pleasure: Allison Pauley, first; Melissa Pauley, second. Senior Western Pleasure: Karen Jensen, first; Caitlin Phillips, second. Junior Western Pleasure: Allison Pauley, first; Melissa Pauley, second. Senior Western Horsemanship: Caitlin Phillips, first; Karen Jensen, second. Junior Western Riding: Allison Pauley, first; Melissa Pauley,

second. Senior Western Riding: Paige Pauley, first; Karen Jensen, second. Junior Reining: Allison Pauley, first; Melissa Pauley, second. Senior Reining: Paige Pauley, first; Caitlin Phillips, second. Egg Race: Caitlin Phillips, first; Paige Pauley, second. Junior Pole Bending: Sydney Sherer, first; Allison Pauley, second. Senior Pole Bending: Caitlin Phillips, first; Karen Jensen, second. Junior Barrel Racing: Allison Pauley, first; Vincent Pauley, second. Senior Barrel Racing: Karen Jensen, first; Caitlin Phillips, sec-

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ond. Flag Race: Caitlin Phillips, first; Paige Pauley, second. Junior Trail Riding: Vincent Pauley, first; Sydney Sherer, second. Senior Trail Riding: Karen Jensen, first; Caitlin Phillips, second. Blue ribbons in the horse show went to: Caitlin Phillips, Malachi Mentink, Allison Pauley, Paige Pauley, Ben Hennessy, Karen Jensen, Vincent Pauley, Sydney Sherer. Earning red ribbons KAREN JENSEN - First place in Senior Western Pleasure, were: Melissa Pauley, Senior Barrel Racing and Senior Trail Riding. Allison Pauley, Ben Hennessy, Malachi Mentink, Paige Pauley, Photos of Horse Show By: Caitlin Phillips, Michelle Thomas Vincent Pauley, Sydney Sherer.

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Harrison County Fair 2011 TALENT SHOW

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RABBIT SHOW

Ben Hennessy pictured with fair king Cassie McAllister had the grand champion rabEthan Earlywine, showed the best bit and best cared for rabbit. opposite sex rabbit.

Winners in the sprouts division (ages two to 12) of the Harrison County Fair Talent Show included in front, first place winners Madison Stuck, Whitney Weiss, Josie Schultz; Top of the County winner Heidi Goodrich; in back second place Casey Carstens, Danielle Steffers and Jenna McCall and fourth place, Kenna Antaya.

Alexis Christians takes her turn showing her rabbit during the rabbit show. The Harrison County rabbit show was held the evening of July 20 at the fairgrounds in Dunlap. Austin Adair was named the junior showman and Matt Marcum the intermediate showman. The grand champion rabbit, best of show trophy went to Cassie Winners in the senior division (ages 13-21) of the Harrison County Fair talent show included in front from the left, fourth place Miranda Struck, Taylor McCall, Ally Mordhorst; in back, first place Natlis Geo-Wender; second place Jesica Jensen; third place, Brittany McGill and Top of the County winner Valyn Reinig.

McAllister. Cassie also had the best cared for rabbit. The best opposite sex rabbit was shown by Ben Hennessy. Purple ribbons in the rabbit show went to: Cassie McAllister, Ben Hennessy, Brooke Barnett, Meghan Brunow, Mattingly

Marcum. Blue ribbons went to Brandon Barnett, Brooke Barnett, Austin Adair, Morgan Shearer, Victoria Barksdale, Mattingly Marcum, Meghan Bruno. Earning red ribbons were Kaitlynn Barksdale, Cassie McAllister, Alexis Christians.

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Harrison County Fair 2011 CAT SHOW

DOG SHOW

Winners of the showmanship classes include, from the left, Ammie Parrish, high scoring junior showman; Kyle King, high scoring intermediate showman; Victoria Thompson, high Melissa Pauley, left, showed the reserve champion long hair cat and Brandon Barnett the scoring senior showman and top showman; and fair princess Shelby Hall. champion long hair cat at the cat show. Ryerson, Brandon The champion long- Melissa Pauley. Blue ribbons in the Barnett and a red ribhair cat was shown by to B ro o k e Brandon Barnett and the cat show went to b o n reserve champion by Melissa Barnett, Hailey Barnett.

Obedience class winners included, from the left, Dick Kepford, high scoring beginners; Kyle King, high scoring novice; Gracie Fisher, high in trial obedience dog; princess Shelby Hall; and Victoria Thompson, high scoring graduate novice. The Harrison County Fair Dog Show was held on July 18 this year. The high scoring pre-novice was Gracie Fisher; high scoring beginner, Dick Kepford; high scoring novice Kyle King; high scoring graduate novice, Victoria Thompson and high in trial obedience dog shown by Gracie

Fisher. High scoring junior showman was Amie Parrish; high scoring intermediate showman, Kyle King; high scoring senior showman and top showman Victoria Thompson. Purple ribbons in the dog show went to: Gracie Fisher, Kyle King, Kaelin

Armstrong, Dick Kepford, Elizabeth Kepford, Austin Adair, Amie Parrish, Victoria Thompson and John King. Earning blue ribbons were: Elizabeth Kepford, John King. Red ribbons: Kaelin Armstrong, Austin Adair, Dick Kepford. White: Amie Parrish.

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On their way to the state fair with their educational presentations are, in front from the left, Brittany Magill (1st alternate), Kendra Holcomb, Hannah Wilkerson, Jessy Gochenour; in back, Michael Stevens, Victoria Thompson, Nate Thompson, Bobby Prucha (2nd alternate) and Trent Sakalauskas.

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AG-LYMPICS

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The 4-H Ag-Lympics was held Sunday afternoon and is a great time for the county 4-H clubs to relax and have some fun after a busy week at fair.

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Harrison County Fair 2011 2011 ROYAL COURT

The Harrison County Fair king and queen were crowned July 19 at LoganMagnolia High School following the talent show. Candidates were chosen by their respective 4-H clubs and interviewed by fair board members. Blaire Shelton was named the 2011 queen and Ethan Earlywine the king. Blaire, 18, is a member of the Loess Hills Lancers 4-H club and the daughter of Jeff and Julie Shelton of Modale. Blaire is involved in a long slate of 4-H activities include holding the Loess Hills Lancers 4-H club offices of president, vicepresident and secretary; a member of the Harrison County Junior County Council; the 4-H Council; Southwest Iowa Area Council 4-H member; Received Harrison County 4-H Leadership and Citizenship awards. She has participated in many activities including, helping with planting and watering plants at the city’s firehouse, gathering clothes for Iranian children and food for food pantry, delivered canned goods to the Harrison County Food Pantry, made blankets for residents in nursing homes, raked leaves and picked up tree branches at the Harrison County Historical Museum after storms. Her school and church activities include: helping with FCCLA fundraisers, FFA Iowa State Fair grandstand usher, planted trees for local farmer to raise funds for FFA, took a baby pig to preschool and kindergarten to teach them about pigs, volunteered numerous times for the Red Cross Bloodmobile, collected more than 100 used cell phones to donate to Cell Phones for Soldiers, member of West Harrison Dance Team, Student Council and served as junior class secretary. In what free time she has, Blaire works as a lifeguard at the Missouri Valley Public Aquatic Center. She enjoys swimming, sewing, choreographing dance routines, shopping, reading and meeting new people and making new friends. She has chosen South Dakota State University in Brookings, S.D. and will major in animal science. “My goal is to study swine genetic lines to find ways to enhance feed effi-

ciency while lowering or eliminating the use of antibiotics in hog production,” Blaire said. Blaire said because she works with hogs and helps chose the family’s breeding animals, she is intrigued with swine genetics. “I look forward to working towards my goal of obtaining my Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and PhD and finding new ways to help all swine farms increase their production, their fee efficiency and decrease their need for antibiotics,” Blaire said. Harrison County Fair King, Ethan Earlywine, 17, is a member of the Loess Hills Lancers and the son of Matthew and Patricia Earlywine of Mondamin. He has been very busy with 4-H activities including County Council, serving as a club officer, taking part in 4-H camp, helping at fishing camps and writing a grant to get lights for the new park shelter. He has taken part in Share the Fun, state fair, working exhibits, educational presentations and the apple pie and muffin contest. At West Harrison he is a member of the National Honor Society, FFA President, band president, Student Council vice-president, FCCLA member and participated in track, baseball, football and basketball for four years. He participates in the St. Patrick’s youth group and has helped at the Red Cross Blood drives at school. Ethan’s hobbies include sports, showing cattle, volunteering in the community and spending time camping with his family. His future plans include attending Iowa State University and majoring in Ag Business and Agronomy. “I would also like to get my coaching endorsement because I enjoy working with young kids,” Ethan said. Queen runner-up was Hannah Wilkerson, 17, of Mondamin. Hannah is a member of the Magnolia Hillbillies and daughter of Rebecca and Gary Wilkerson. Her 4-H activities include serving as club treasurer, being a member of the junior county council and county council. Taking part in state fair in communications, baking and photography. In the county fair she has partici-

Members of the royal court included, from the left, Emily Dickinson, Jessy Gochenour, Shelby Hall, first runner up Hannah Wilkerson, queen Blaire Shelton, king Ethan Earlywine, first runner up Chance Sipple, Brett Marcum, Bobby Prucha and Mason Mentink. pated in baking, sewing, clothing selection, woodworking, photography, horticulture, communications, herdsmanship and the apple pie and muffin auction. Community service projects she has participated in include Christmas caroling at nursing homes, making decorations and holiday gifts for nursing home residents and collecting canned foods for the food pantry. Her hobbies include archery and hunting, hiking, fishing and being outdoors. “I also enjoy horseback riding, Tae Kwon Do and 4H,” Hannah said. She plans to attend South Dakota State University this fall. “I will major in biology and agronomy. While at college I hope to be involved in collegiate 4-H and the Tae Kwon Do club,” Hannah said. “After finishing college I hope to have a career in wildlife conservation and management or in agronomy in Iowa or South Dakota.” Chance Sipple, 17, fair king runner up, is a member of the Loess Hills Lancers and son of Nancy Sipple of Mondamin. Chance has served in various 4-H officer roles including secretary/treasurer, and president. He has been a member of the junior 4-H council and senior 4-H council. Community service projects he has taken part in include, donating items to the food pantry, making fruit baskets, caroling for the senior citizens at Christmas

2011 Harrison County Fair queen and king, Blaire Shelton and Ethan Earlywine, were crowned July 19 following the Harrison County Fair talent show at Logan-Magnolia School. and watering plants around the Mondamin park shelter. “I also try to encourage member participation in 4H and club activities, along with the county fair,” Chance said. “I try to provide solid leadership.” School activities include being on the honor roll, a member of the National Honor Society and helping at Red Cross blood drives. He is also a member of Ambassador’s Club and an FCCLA member. He participates in football, basketball, band and choir and has performed in numerous honor bands and choirs.

“With my youth group, I have contributed to many service projects which has allowed me to give back to the community and my church,” Chance said. He has helped pack gifts for underprivileged children, been a bell ringer for the Salvation Army and a workship leader and greeter at different church services. He has also helped at Vacation Bible School by leading various children’s programs. Future plans include pursuing a career in the pre-med field. Other members of the court included, Emily Dickinson, 16, daughter of

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SWINE SHOW

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JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP: Ryan Lehan

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP: Madison Seuntjens

EXPLORING SWINE SHOWMANSHIP: GRAND CHAMPION PEN OF THREE: Ryan Lehan Victoria Thompson, first

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POULTRY SHOW

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Showmanship honors in the 4-H poultry show went to, from the left, Ellen Cox champion senior showman, Jessy Gochenour senior reserve, Matt Marcum, intermediate champion and Emma Dahir, junior champion. Not pictured were, Tia Petersen intermediate reserve and Sydney Sherer junior reserve.

On their way to the state fair with the Share the Fun entries are, from the left, Lilly Dahir, Emma Dahir, Brittany Magill and Catherine Dublinski. Lilly Dahir was also the first recipient of the Beth Magill award. The Magnolia Hillbillies were the first alternate.

TABLE SETTING

Brandon Barnett, left, showed the overall champion bird as well as the best cared for bird and Jessy Gochenour showed the overall reserve champion. The overall champion in the 4-H poultry show July 21 was Brandon Barnett with his Black Australorp. The overall reserve champion was Jessy Gochenour wit her White Crested Black Polish. Brandon Barnett also had the best cared for bird. Showmanship honors went to: Seniors: First, Ellen Cox; second, Jessy Gochenour; third, Brandon Barnett. Intermediates: First,

Matt Marcum; second, Tia Petersen; third, Courtney Forbes. Juniors: First, Emma Dahir; second, Sydney Sherer and third, Lilly Dahir. Purple ribbons in the poultry show went to: Ellen Cox, Brooke Barnett, Brandon Barnett, Jessy Gochenour, Chase Bertelsen, Jordan Bertelsen, Miranda Bertelsen, Matt Marcum, Emma Dahir, Meghan Brunow, Sydney

Sherer, Lilly Dahir. Earning blue ribbons were: Ellen Cox, Sydney Sherer, Chase Bertelsen, Jordan Bertelsen, Miranda Bertelsen, Matt Marcum, Lilly Dahir, Emma Dahir, Brandon Barnett, Brooke Barnett, Meghan Brunow, Courtney Forbes, Jessy Gochenour. Red ribbons went to: Chase Bertelsen, Meghan Brunow, Chloe Green, Sydney Sherer, Jordan Bertelsen, Tia Petersen.

The 2010 Iowa State Fair Queen, Lacy Stevenson of Marion County, took part in a special livestock show event Friday at the fair. Harrison County Fair princess Shelby Hall is at right.

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SHEEP SHOW

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP: Shelby Hall

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CHAMPION PEN OF THREE: Ellen Cox

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CHAMPION COMMERCIAL EWE; Ellen Cox

CHAMPION FEEDER LAMB: Ellen Cox

RESERVE CHAMPION FEEDER LAMBS: Miranda Bertelsen

RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET LAMB: Shelby Hall

The Harrison County 4-H Sheep Show was held July 21. Showmanship winners included: Seniors: First, Shelby Hall; second, Ellen Cox; third, Jordan Bertelsen. Intermediate: First, Carter Klein. Juniors: First, Cathryn Klein; second, Austin Adair. Ellen Cox had almost a clean sweep taking grand champion pen of three market sheep, grand champion pair of market sheep, grand champion pair of feeder lambs, grand champion individual feeder lamb, champion commercial ewe and champion commercial ram. The grand champion individual market sheep was shown by Christian Klein. The reserve grand champion pen of market

sheep went to Austin Adair. The reserve grand champion pair of market sheep went to Carter Klein. Shelby Hall showed the reserve grand champion individual sheep, Miranda Bertelsen the reserve grand champion pair of feeder lambs, Austin Adair the reserve grand champion individual feeder lamb and reserve champion commercial ewe. Purple ribbons in the sheep show went to: Ellen Cox, Austin Adair, Shelby Hall, Karli Michael, Carter Klein, Christian Klein, Cathryn Klein and Miranda Bertelsen. Earning blue ribbons were: Shelby Hall, Austin Adair, Karli Michael, Christian Klein, Chase Bertelsen, Miranda Bertelsen and Jordan Bertelsen.

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SHEEP AND GOATS

RESERVE CHAMPION PEN OF THREE: Austin Adair

RESERVE CHAMPION PAIR: Carter Klein

RESERVE CHAMPION FEEDER LAMB: Austin Adair

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP: Miranda Bertelsen

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMAN: Matt Marcum

CHAMPION DAIRY GOAT: Matt Marcum

CHAMPION MEAT GOAT: Miranda Bertelsen

CHAMPION SPECIALTY GOAT: Miranda Bertelsen

RESERVE CHAMP. DAIRY GOAT: Miranda Bertelsen

The champion dairy goat at the 4-H goat show July 21 was shown by Matt Marcum with Miranda Bertelsen showing the reserve champion. Miranda Bertelsen claimed the champion meat goat honors with her entry as well as the reserve champion. The specialty goat champion was shown by Miranda Bertelsen with

Matt Marcus showing the reserve. Showmanship honors went to: Senior, Miranda Bertelsen; intermediate, first place Matt Marcum, second, Courtney Forbes, third, Tia Petersen. Purple ribbons in the goat show went to: Miranda Bertelsen, Matt Marcum, Courtney Forbes. Blue ribbons to Matt Marcum, Tia Petersen.

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BEEF SHOW

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CHAMPION FEEDER STEER: Cortney Cooper

CHAMPION MARKET HEIFER: Colton Suhr

CHAMPION PRODUCE HEIFER: Alyssa Hatcher The grand champion steer in the 4-H Beef Show was shown by Aaron Suhr with Holly Brock showing the reserve. Suhr also showed the grand champion market beef and Brock the reserve. Showmanship winners included: Seniors: First, Holly Brock; second, Colton Suhr; third, Mason Mentick. Intermediate: First, Aaron Suhr; second, Alyssa Hatcher. Junior: First, Catherine Klein; second, Sydney Sherer and third Owen Smith. Champion commercial heifer: Montana Winther; reserve, Brett Marcum. Champion supreme female: Montana Winther; reserve, Cortney Cooper. Champion Produce heifer: Alyssa Hatcher; reserve, Jill Manhart.

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Harrison County Fair 2011 BEEF SHOW

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CHAMPION BUCKET/BOTTLE BULL: Sydney Sherer

CHAMPION SIMMENTAL BREEDING HEIFER: Maverick Winther

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Harrison County Fair 2011 WORKING EXHIBITS

13 July 27, 2011

ALL BOOTHS CHAMPS

4-H’ers with working exhibits chosen to go on to the state fair include, in front from the left, Ben Hennessy, Austin Adair, Jennifer Magill, Brittany Magill; in back, Alex Knauss, Emily Dickinson, Hannah Wilkerson, Angel Olsen, Jessy Gochenour, Michael Stevens. Working exhibits were held Thursday at the Harrison County Fair. Going on to the state fair with their projects were, Austin Adair and Ben Hennessy (Marshmallow launchers), Trent Sakalauskas (pop bottle windsocks), Brittany Magill (personal firstaid kid in a medicine bottle), Angel Olsen/Jessy Gochenour/Hannah Wilkerson (Fig The judge of the fairbooths decided that because of the circumstances of having to move Newton Pops), Michael Stevens (ice cream soda favor table decorations) and Emily the fair to Dunlap because of possible flooding, that all booths would be champions this Dickinson/Alex Knauss. Small purple ribbons went to Cameryn Schafer, Jennifer year. Maguire and Leah Millikan; purple ribbons to Jennifer Magill, Dallas Magill; and blue ribbons to Emma Dahir/LillyDahir and Stephanie Thompson/Brianna Darnell.

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14 July 27, 2011

Harrison County Fair 2011

APPLE PIE AND MUFFIN WINNERS

Earning top honors for their pies were, in front from the left, Emily Dickinson (cham- The champion muffins were made by Skylar Wohlers and Ethan Rife, Sydney Sherer and Kasey pion pie), Holly Brock and Lexie Seuntjens (reserve champion pie); in back, Emilee Lewis and reserve by Sydney Hirst. Pictured in front from the left, Sydney Sherer, Sasey Lewis, Earlywine, Alex Knauss and Jessy Gochenour, all honorable mention. Conrad Schafer, Cate Colwell, Brock Leaders; in back Heidi Graff, Justin Thomas, Sydney Hirst, Karli Michael, Skylar Wohlers and Ethan Rife.

Clover Kids earning top honors on their muffins were, in front, Jayley Stueve, second, Taylor Smith, first, Brylee Sherer, third; in back, from the left, Cody Brunow, DJ Weset, Mariah Pleskax, Nathan Adair (fourth place.)

Dee Colwell, far right, Harrison County Extension/4-H Youth Coordinator thanks her seniors for the years they have spent in the 4-H program.

The show ring for the apple pie and muffin auction was filled Saturday with 4-H‘ers ready to auction off their creations.

Gochenour Auctioneering, with Rex Gochenour pictured at left with Dee Colwell, has volunteered their auctioneering services for the apple pie and muffin auction since it’s inception.

Congratulations 4-Hers & Volunteers on a Great Fair!

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Emma Dickerson puts the finishing touches on her apple pie Friday.

Angel Olsen rolls out the dough Friday to make her pie for the apple pie contest on Saturday.

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You produced an outstanding Harrison County Fair, in spite of all the adversities this year due to the Missouri River flood and predictions. Because of your efforts, 2011 will be a year to remember for working together for the good of all. Thanks to all the participants and organizers for their dedication and hard work. Paid for by Committee to Elect Walter Utman, Harrison County Supervisor Rozanne King, Treasurer

Harrison County Fair 2011  

Harrison County Fair 2011

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