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Promoting produce

YAKIMA — While local organizations are showcasing Lower Yakima Valley produce, there are many activities taking place at the Central Washington State Fair throughout the remainder of the week. On tap today are: 10 a.m. — Open horse classes in the Durand Arena., followed by Texas Long Horns and Charolais Beef judging. 12:30 p.m. — Cooking with Honey in the Ag Building. 1 p.m. — Entertainment stages change hourly from 1-9 p.m. around the park. 2:30 p.m. — Jest in Time Circus on the Pacific Power Stage. 5:15 p.m. — Funnel cake eating contest at the Gazebo. 6:15 p.m. — High Hope Vaulters in the Durand Arena. 7 p.m. — John Kay and Steppenwolf on the Corona Extra Stage. The Fair continues through Oct. 1.

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Photo by Roger Harnack

The Sunnyside Pomona Grange display showcases area fruits and wines, among other products made here in the Lower Yakima Valley.

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Photo by Roger Harnack

Alvarez Organic Farms of Mabton dedicated its display to peppers grown here.

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Photo by Roger Harnack

Buena Grange highlights a number of fruits and vegetables from the area.

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Photo by Roger Harnack

Sunnyside FFA earned a participation ribbon.

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Prosser FFA’s fruit packing display earned third-place.

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Jones Farms of Zillah promotes the Central Washington State Fairs 125th anniversary and the “Let’s Party” theme.

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Photo by Roger Harnack

Mabton FFA shows pride in local fruit.

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