Ellison Roark, 9, of Carey, flies high into the sky on the bungee jump at the Wyandot County Fair on Friday.
Wyandot County Sheriff’s Lt. Todd Frey takes in a mouthful of spaghetti as he judges a spaghetti and meatballs competition Saturday morning at the Wyandot County Fair.
Kohlten Shane’s llama is pictured in an animal barn at the Wyandot County Fair. Shane is a member of the Country Buckeyes 4-H club.
The Wyandot County Junior Fair lunchstand is one of many attractions at the Wyandot County Fair every year. On Friday, some fair-goers in ponchos stood in line at lunch time to order food and stay outside of the rain.
Kole Phillips (front), 11, and Riley Brodman, 6, take a ride in the Rock, Rattle and Roll ride at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Friday, as their siblings (back, from left) Kynlee Phillips and Macy Brodman, both 6, watch.
Cowboys perform during the rodeo at the grandstand of the Wyandot County Fairgrounds on Friday night. It was the 16th year the rodeo was held at the fair.
Twirlers perform Tuesday on the opening day of the Wyandot County Fair.
Walking the grounds
Walking the grounds Above: Wyandot County fair-goers make their rounds of the fair on Friday, despite rain showers in the morning and into the afternoon. Many people carried umbrellas or stayed inside of buildings in an attempt to stay dry.
DC-U photos by Chanda Neely, Jeff Barnes and Alissa Paolella