2016 Fayette County Fair begins


The Cattle Feeders Sponsor of the Day for Monday was Crop Production Services.


Jan Snyder | Record-Herald photo

In light of the recent shootings of police officers, the Junior Fair Board presented cards and plaques to Sheriff Vernon Stanforth and Police Chief Brian Hottinger, on Sunday evening during the opening ceremony at the McDonald’s Grandstand, who give leadership to local officers of the law to show their support.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe is pictured with Jim Kirk and Senior Fair Board President Robert Schwartz after they honored his staff and crew at the engineer’s office for their continued work and support of the Fayette County Fairgrounds with the Jim and Eddie Kirk Fair Supporter Award at the opening ceremony on Sunday evening at the grandstand.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The opening ceremony began with the commodity queens, the court and their escorts being carted in by Peddicab drivers on Sunday evening.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The showmanship class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Hannah Bageant, Hayleigh Bageant, Katrina Koski, and Summer Hurles. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The High In Trial winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were Hannah Bageant (on-lead) with her dog Jersey and Summer Hurles (off-lead) with her dog Molly. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

A ribbon-cutting was held Monday morning to mark the beginning of the 2016 Fayette County Fair. Pictured are: Ginna Climer, attendant, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Virginia Schappacher, first attendant, and Alexis Schwartz, attendant.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The obedience class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Aubry Leonard, Tori Evans, Summer Hurles (three classes), Hayleigh Bageant, Hailey Honicker, and Hannah Bageant. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.


Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The Cattle Feeders Sponsor of the Day for Monday was Crop Production Services.

In light of the recent shootings of police officers, the Junior Fair Board presented cards and plaques to Sheriff Vernon Stanforth and Police Chief Brian Hottinger, on Sunday evening during the opening ceremony at the McDonald’s Grandstand, who give leadership to local officers of the law to show their support.

Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe is pictured with Jim Kirk and Senior Fair Board President Robert Schwartz after they honored his staff and crew at the engineer’s office for their continued work and support of the Fayette County Fairgrounds with the Jim and Eddie Kirk Fair Supporter Award at the opening ceremony on Sunday evening at the grandstand.

The opening ceremony began with the commodity queens, the court and their escorts being carted in by Peddicab drivers on Sunday evening.

The showmanship class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Hannah Bageant, Hayleigh Bageant, Katrina Koski, and Summer Hurles. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.

The High In Trial winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were Hannah Bageant (on-lead) with her dog Jersey and Summer Hurles (off-lead) with her dog Molly. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.

A ribbon-cutting was held Monday morning to mark the beginning of the 2016 Fayette County Fair. Pictured are: Ginna Climer, attendant, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Virginia Schappacher, first attendant, and Alexis Schwartz, attendant.

The obedience class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Aubry Leonard, Tori Evans, Summer Hurles (three classes), Hayleigh Bageant, Hailey Honicker, and Hannah Bageant. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.

The Cattle Feeders Sponsor of the Day for Monday was Crop Production Services.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_20160718_120712.jpgThe Cattle Feeders Sponsor of the Day for Monday was Crop Production Services. Jan Snyder | Record-Herald photo

In light of the recent shootings of police officers, the Junior Fair Board presented cards and plaques to Sheriff Vernon Stanforth and Police Chief Brian Hottinger, on Sunday evening during the opening ceremony at the McDonald’s Grandstand, who give leadership to local officers of the law to show their support.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_2016FairHonoringLaw.jpgIn light of the recent shootings of police officers, the Junior Fair Board presented cards and plaques to Sheriff Vernon Stanforth and Police Chief Brian Hottinger, on Sunday evening during the opening ceremony at the McDonald’s Grandstand, who give leadership to local officers of the law to show their support. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Fayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe is pictured with Jim Kirk and Senior Fair Board President Robert Schwartz after they honored his staff and crew at the engineer’s office for their continued work and support of the Fayette County Fairgrounds with the Jim and Eddie Kirk Fair Supporter Award at the opening ceremony on Sunday evening at the grandstand.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_2016FairJimAndEddieKirkAward.jpgFayette County Engineer Steve Luebbe is pictured with Jim Kirk and Senior Fair Board President Robert Schwartz after they honored his staff and crew at the engineer’s office for their continued work and support of the Fayette County Fairgrounds with the Jim and Eddie Kirk Fair Supporter Award at the opening ceremony on Sunday evening at the grandstand. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The opening ceremony began with the commodity queens, the court and their escorts being carted in by Peddicab drivers on Sunday evening.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_2016FairOpening.jpgThe opening ceremony began with the commodity queens, the court and their escorts being carted in by Peddicab drivers on Sunday evening. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The showmanship class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Hannah Bageant, Hayleigh Bageant, Katrina Koski, and Summer Hurles. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ShowmanshipWinners.jpgThe showmanship class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Hannah Bageant, Hayleigh Bageant, Katrina Koski, and Summer Hurles. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The High In Trial winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were Hannah Bageant (on-lead) with her dog Jersey and Summer Hurles (off-lead) with her dog Molly. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_HighInTrial.jpgThe High In Trial winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were Hannah Bageant (on-lead) with her dog Jersey and Summer Hurles (off-lead) with her dog Molly. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

A ribbon-cutting was held Monday morning to mark the beginning of the 2016 Fayette County Fair. Pictured are: Ginna Climer, attendant, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Virginia Schappacher, first attendant, and Alexis Schwartz, attendant.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_5131.jpgA ribbon-cutting was held Monday morning to mark the beginning of the 2016 Fayette County Fair. Pictured are: Ginna Climer, attendant, Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman, Virginia Schappacher, first attendant, and Alexis Schwartz, attendant. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos

The obedience class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Aubry Leonard, Tori Evans, Summer Hurles (three classes), Hayleigh Bageant, Hailey Honicker, and Hannah Bageant. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_OpenClasses.jpgThe obedience class winners at Monday’s Fayette County Junior Fair Dog Show were (left to right) Aubry Leonard, Tori Evans, Summer Hurles (three classes), Hayleigh Bageant, Hailey Honicker, and Hannah Bageant. They are pictured with Fayette County Fair Queen Bethany Reiterman. Ryan Carter | Record-Herald photos
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