DOMENICO from page 6 sibility, whether it be taking care of animals or working on the property. “There’s both that sense of responsibility and a sense of freedom and trust,” Domenico said. “You have this idea of the cycle of life that is pretty direct and helps you with challenges you may have when you yourself grow older and have a family.” Domenico is looking forward to seeing familiar faces at the fair while meeting new ones. One of her favorite parts is seeing the livestock which she said reminds her of when she and her family would prepare their cows for show, giving them baths and walking them to the showroom. And she said she would be sure to stop by the 4-H dairy bar for one of the “best ice cream shakes in the world.”
This photo was taken on the Domenico family farm in the late 1930s, of Joseph Domenico on the left, with his uncle Nick Domenico and his cousin Raymond Domenico.
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