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Published: 8/2/2013


The Monroe County Fair

Photographs from the Monroe County Fair at the County Fairgrounds on August 1, 2013. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW.

A contestant in the bareback riding competition warms-up their horses in the ring. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A contestant in the bareback riding competition warms-up their horses in the ring.
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A dromedary camel from the Whispering Pines Mobile Zoo yawns around midday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A dromedary camel from the Whispering Pines Mobile Zoo yawns around midday.
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Rachel Barron, left,  reacts to seeing a Burmese Python named Enlarge | Buy This Photo Rachel Barron, left, reacts to seeing a Burmese Python named "Max" who is being held by Whispering Pines Mobile Zoo ...
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Brooke Meyer, 22, from Carleton, MI, reacts to holding an Albino Burmese Python named Enlarge | Buy This Photo Brooke Meyer, 22, from Carleton, MI, reacts to holding an Albino Burmese Python named "Edna" from the Whispering Pines Mobile ...
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Carolyn Taylor,11, from Monroe, rides the Enlarge | Buy This Photo Carolyn Taylor,11, from Monroe, rides the "Cliff Hanger."
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Marcia Haley, left, helps her daughter Jocelyn Phillips, 7, from Temperance, open up the pink umbrella she won at a game. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Marcia Haley, left, helps her daughter Jocelyn Phillips, 7, from Temperance, open up the pink umbrella she won at a game.
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The ferris wheel at the entrance to the Monroe County Fair. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The ferris wheel at the entrance to the Monroe County Fair.
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Contestants in the bareback riding competition warm-up their horses in the ring. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Contestants in the bareback riding competition warm-up their horses in the ring.
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A group of 4-H members are silhouetted in a 4-H barn that has a welcome sign that is illuminated by the sun. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A group of 4-H members are silhouetted in a 4-H barn that has a welcome sign that is illuminated by the sun.
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Alexandra Haws, 3, from Ida, MI, left, hi-fives her aunt Maureen Freshcorn, from Adrian, MI, right, after Haws took first place for showing her calf in the Junior Calf show. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Alexandra Haws, 3, from Ida, MI, left, hi-fives her aunt Maureen Freshcorn, from Adrian, MI, right, after Haws took ...
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Alexandra Haws, 3, from Ida, MI, holds up the first place blue ribbon she got for showing her calf in the Junior Calf show. Kate Haws, right, Alexandra's mother, helps her get the calf out of the ring. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Alexandra Haws, 3, from Ida, MI, holds up the first place blue ribbon she got for showing her calf in ...
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Zakary VanBuskirk, 6, from Carleton, MI, shows his calf in the ring. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Zakary VanBuskirk, 6, from Carleton, MI, shows his calf in the ring.
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Monroe County Fair board members Roger Barnes, left, and Larry Hammons, right, pause for a talk in the lamb barn. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Monroe County Fair board members Roger Barnes, left, and Larry Hammons, right, pause for a talk in the lamb barn.
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A play fort made of plastic milk bottles by Cassandra Fox, took first place and a special best of show award in the arts and crafts area. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A play fort made of plastic milk bottles by Cassandra Fox, took first place and a special best of show ...
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A dromedary camel from the Whispering Pines Mobile Zoo is fed a cone by Kirk Elya, right, an employee. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A dromedary camel from the Whispering Pines Mobile Zoo is fed a cone by Kirk Elya, right, an employee.
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The ferris wheel at the entrance to the Monroe County Fair. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The ferris wheel at the entrance to the Monroe County Fair.
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