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Lee County 4-H Fair in full swing

Published: Friday, July 25, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Lea Koning of the Grove Go-Getters 4-H Club leads her cattle to the barn Thursday on the opening day of the Lee County 4-H Fair at the fairgrounds off U.S. Route 30 near Amboy.
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Jacob Davis of Mount Morris feeds his two cattle Thursday during the opening day of the Lee County 4-H Fair. Davis will show his cattle Saturday in the junior show.
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Ashley Althaus of the Sublette Indians 4-H Club brushes her cattle Thursday evening on the opening night of the Lee County 4-H Fair. Ashley will show her cattle Saturday.
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Dalton Schulz watches as his son, Malachi Harvey, 3, climbs aboard a 1937 John Deere Model A on Thursday evening at the Lee County 4-H Fair at the fairgrounds off U.S. Route 30 near Amboy. The fair continues today with a carnival, pork chop sandwiches , and a tractor and truck pull.
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Dalton Schulz and his son, Malachi Harvey, 3, enjoy the tractors Thursday evening at the Lee County 4-H Fair off U.S. Route 30 near Amboy. The fair continues today with a carnival, pork chop sandwiches, and a tractor and truck pull.

Lea Koning of the Grove Go-Getters 4-H Club leads her cattle to the barn Thursday on the opening day of the Lee County 4-H Fair at the fairgrounds off U.S. Route 30 near Amboy. The fair continues today with a carnival, pork chop sandwiches , and a tractor and truck pull.

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