Oink, moo & ewe

| August 22, 2020 1:00 AM

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Sagle Saddle Tramps club member CayliJo Giard, 12, and her 5-month-old Saanen doeling, Matilda Jane, model their colorful outfits sewed by Giard during the Bonner County 4-H Fashion Revue Friday at the Bonner County Fairgrounds. Giard has been in the sewing project for four years and sewed her top for showing horses. “I just instantly fell in love with this fabric,” she said.

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Gold ‘n’ Grouse 4-H club member Alana Hunt, 10, and her two-year-old Nigerian Dwarf doe, Rosemary, share a bonding moment before entering the show ring Friday morning at the Bonner County Fairgrounds. “I like answering questions about her and walking her,” Hunt said of Rosemary who was born and raised on her family farm, Grace Ridge Goats. Hunt has been in 4-H for three years, but this is her first year showing dairy goats.

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Two-year-old Jacob Dunham of Sandpoint enjoys a corndog at the Bonner County Fair on Friday.

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(Photo by HANNAH NEFF) Fair Princess Aurla Palmer, 14, of Sagle Saddle Tramps said Friday her favorite part of the fair is meeting all the new people. Palmer participates in swine, archery, and know your government 4-H projects.

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Maria Neff, right, 15, of Sagle Saddle Tramps takes the mic from Blair Geiger, Bonner County extension office assistant and master of ceremonies for the Bonner County 4-H Fashion Revue, to answer a question at her second fashion revue competition. Neff received Grand Champion model for her presentation and garment, a ‘50s-styled dress. “It was so hard to make, but it was worth it,” she said.

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(Photo by HANNAH NEFF) Best of Show winning Black Krim Tomatoes exhibited by Quinn Roberts, 7, at the Bonner County Fair Friday.

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(Photo by HANNAH NEFF) Produce lined up with their ribbons at the Bonner County Fairgrounds on Friday.

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(Photo by HANNAH NEFF) Pee Wee showman Keely Vanhorn, 5, shows off her Nubian doe, Hope, in her first dairy goat show Friday morning at the Bonner County Fairgrounds.

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(Photo by HANNAH NEFF) Gaby Thomas, 8, received Grand Champion Pee Wee showman at the dairy goat show Friday morning at the Bonner County Fairgrounds. Kids under the age of 8 at Jan. 1 of the fair year aren’t old enough to meet the age requirement for 4-H but can show in Pee Wee shows. This is Gaby’s third year showing.