How many fairs -- Red Willow County or others -- have you been to?

Friday, July 27, 2007

"I'm 27, so 27. I was in my mom's tummy for the first one. Mom was in a horse and foal show. She won first place."

--Larissa Heskett, 27, formerly of Indianola, now living in McCook. Larissa holds her 9-month-old baby boy Beckett.

"A lot."

--Kallie Kennedy, 13, McCook.

"Same Here."

--Sydney Ulrich, 12, McCook.

"This is the first one this year. We try to hit this one and our local down there (in Oberlin) in August."

--Charles Haag, no age given, Oberlin.

"This is the only one (this year). I've been to four different fairs (lifetime). It's pretty nice. It's too hot. You have to eat delicious snow cones to cool you down."

--Jessie Armstrong, 15, McCook High School cheerleader.

"Two this year -- six different ones (lifetime). It's a great time."

--Hailey Buddenberg, 15, McCook High School cheerleader.

The Bison cheerleaders sponsored a dunk tank at the Red Willow County Fair.

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  • Greetings:

    I was surprised to see Mr. Charles Haag's picture at the County Fair. Mr. Haag is the Principal, Decatur County High School. I graduated from DCHS in 1938

    Del Townsend

    -- Posted by Col Del Townsend on Mon, Aug 6, 2007, at 10:48 AM
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