FAIR: 4-H clubs parade around ring


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Photos by Valerie Urbanik | Civitas Media

Only a small portion of the 67 4-H clubs and three Future Farmers of America chapters strolled around the horse ring Thursday for the Lorain County Fair parade. Each club wore matching T-shirts, carried a banner with their name on it, waived to the crowd, and walked their animals around the show ring to welcome guests to the fairgrounds. “I don’t think there’s a better fair in Ohio then the Lorain County Fair,” said president Kim Meyers.

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