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Colorful fare from the Fair

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Photo by Ted Escobar

Members of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo Foundation board enjoy Thursday morning at the fair with news that the Willowcrest Winery of Prosser has turned of ownership of the golf car shuttle to the fair. From left, the members are Amariah Osborn, Elizabeth Osborn, Martina Charvet, Barbara Merz, Joanne Vining, Cathy Mears (seated) Quinn Yates (seated), Willard Mears, Carol Bos (seated) and Jake VanPelt.

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Photo by Ted Escobar

Family and friend of the kids who show animals find the seating comfortable.

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Photo by Ted Escobar

The horticulture building is awash with color, highlighted by Sunnyside High School FFA’s depiction of Country Pride, Valley Wide with red and green apples.

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Photo by Jennie McGhan

Prosser’s Brooke Wheeler, 18, of the high school’s FFA chapter and Sadie Muller, 15, of Ponderosa Partners 4-H wait with steers before classification judging at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo on Wednesday morning.

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Photo by Ted Escobar

Prosser High School senior Nadia Islas gives the lamb she’s about to show a cool bath as the sun starts to heat the day toward 100 degrees.

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Sunnyside’s Maylee Smeenk, 9, of Green Valley 4-H works on getting Fresa, a milking shorthorn, to cooperate before judging on the opening day of the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo, Wednesday morning.

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Robin Scott helps Kaylee Condie, 15, of Fantastic 4-H wash down a Holstein prior to Wednesday morning’s dairy cow judging at the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo. Both are Sunnyside residents.

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Judges Ed and Pat Olsen of Grandview give the returned sawhorses a careful looking over before declaring a winner.

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