Sections

Weather Forecast

Close

PHOTO GALLERY: Youth projects face fair judges

Maggie Carter of Park Rapids, a member of the 4-H Riders Club, leads quarter horse Fancy Roan through the show ring during the 4-H horse show Thursday morning at the Hubbard County Fair. (Photos by Robin Fish/Enterprise)1 / 4
Oliver Manlove, left, makes his own jump rope Wednesday, helped by 4-H member Evan Pohl and Gloria Baune. Baune said her husband Ray, not pictured, has made approximately 19,000 jump ropes in the last decade, "and I've made about half that many." Pohl, who has helped in the booth for three years, noted that the funds raised are donated to local 4-H programs to send club members to camp, the state fair, and other fun events.2 / 4
Dilan Iverson, left, a member of the Green Valley Livewires 4-H club, discusses his blacksmithing project with judges Colton Packman and Rusty Uscola on Tuesday in the exhibit hall.3 / 4
Being judged in dairy goat intermediate showmanship Wednesday at the Hubbard County Fair livestock ring are second-place Jordyn Novak with her Nigerian dwarf goat and first-place Allison Offerdahl with her Alpine goat. 4 / 4
Advertisement