Wyandot County Commissioners (from left) Ron Metzger and Steve Seitz ride in the county fair parade Tuesday evening.
Ready to show
Fourteen-year-old Max Corbin (left), of Wharton Busy Bees 4-H club, gets his Holstein dairy feeder ready for a show outside of the dairy barns Thursday while his mother, Carol Corbin, looks on. Max and his twin brother, John, both show Holstein dairy feeders.
The 2012 Wyandot County Fair rabbit queen is Morgan Lynch. Lynch is pictured riding in the parade Tuesday to start the fair.
Braden Webb, a member of Marseilles Live Wires 4-H club, puts the finishing touches on cleaning his rabbit cage at the Wyandot County Fair by putting his rabbits back into their temporary homes.
Open class champ
Levi Hartschuh, 9, won grand champion in the junior division open class for his apple bundt cake and champion overall in the junior open division for his seedum flower at the Wyandot County Fair. Hartschuh, of Bucyrus, is a member of Lykens Champions 4-H club.
Sparkle (left) and Outback Jack make their rounds at the Wyandot County Fair on Thursday. The pair will be walking the grounds again today and Saturday.
Black Swamp Raptor Rehabilitation Center displayed its bald eagle at the Wyandot County Fair on Thursday. The bald eagle will return to the fairgrounds at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Local Girl Scouts march in the parade Tuesday evening at the opening of the 161st Wyandot County Fair.
Wave to the crowd
Participants in Tuesday’s Wyandot County Fair parade wave to the crowd as they make their way around the grandstand.
Relatives of Willis and Irene Masters gathered at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Thursday to see the Masters’ Building, a private hall that was funded by an estate from Willis and Irene Masters. Pictured are (from left) Merle Masters, Richard Masters, Shirley (Bassler) Schrote, Dave Masters, Warren Masters, Carol Turney, Dan Masters, Dave Rice and Harold Durer.
Shirley (Bassler) Schrote (left) and other relatives of the late Willis and Irene Masters take a tour of the Masters’ Building kitchen with Wyandot County Senior Fair Board Director Phil Kin (right) on Thursday during Senior Day at the Wyandot County Fair.
Pantasia Director Tim Mattis (right, with microphone) tells the crowd about the Findlay High School steel drum band in the Masters’ Building at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Thursday. Pantasia performed during Senior Day at the fair.
Kevin Burlew (from left) and Mandy Baldwin of His Blank Canvas make artwork to the tunes of Melody Road, which is made up of Mary and Bob Fry, as senior citizens look on during Senior Day at the Wyandot County Fair on Thursday.