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Penta celebrates Ag Day

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Trey Yarger, 17, of Bowling Green, left, and Dustin Harris, 19, of Lake, center left, listen to direction from Damon Pressler, 18, of Genoa, center right, and Tony Boes, 16, of Lake, right, as the pair pit two tractors against one another.

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Wilma Gangwar-Weyher, of Perrysburg, left, walks with Lisa Kohl as Kohl pushes a stroller with dogs Molly, left, and Pretty.

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Betty Weilant, of Perrysburg, center, pays for her potted plant purchase.

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Jadyn Reba, 7, browses through the flowers for sale as adults make their purchases.

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Joan Miller, of Rossford, center, picks out a few flowers to purchase.

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Micah Wonderly, 5, center, and his brother Isaac, 10, make their way into the Small Animal Care classroom to take a look at the rabbits.

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Mary Musgrove, 17, of Perrysburg, takes the heart rate of a dog as it is spayed.

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Jenna McCarty, 16, of Genoa, center, and Dana Klavinger, 16, of Genoa, right, pet a dog before it gets ready to be neutered.

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Rachel Williams, 17, of Maumee, center, and Samantha Stewart, 17, of Maumee, right, watch as a dog is spayed.

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