Scenes from the Fayette County Fair


Harry Wright, a local radio personality, volunteered as a griller on Saturday of the 2016 Fayette County Fair for the Cattle Feeders Corral.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The 2016 Fayette County Jr. Fair Showman of Showmen competitions were held in two parts on Saturday, divided by the large animals and the small animals. Pictured is Abby Riley attempting to properly show a dog.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Jaycee Perry was named the Overall Small Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with second and third place winners, Dylan Page and Alexis Schwartz, and Fayette County First Attendant, Virginia Schappacher.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Cody Clyburn was named the Overall Large Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with fifth through second place winners, Emily Daniels, Bethany Reiterman, Victoria Schappacher and Victoria Waits.


Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Pictured are John Lombardo of the Washington Fire Department and Dick Shipley, a Vietnam veteran. Shipley was chosen from the audience to help light the flags.


Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

Pictured are Veteran Honor Guard members Charles “Buck” Harris, John Mason and Edward Fisher, at the podium, explaining and demonstrating the 13 folds of an American flag. In the back is Larry Bishop. On the right is Boy Scout Noah McMurray of Troop 67 steadying the American flag. In the back is Cub master Mark Hoppes.


Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

Honor Guard veteran Larry Bishop plays TAPS to end the flag retirement ceremony.


Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

The annual Flag Retirement Ceremony was held at the Fayette County Fairgrounds grandstand Thursday evening. Thursday was Veterans Day at the fair. All veterans could enter the fairgrounds free of charge.


Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

Harry Wright, a local radio personality, volunteered as a griller on Saturday of the 2016 Fayette County Fair for the Cattle Feeders Corral.

The 2016 Fayette County Jr. Fair Showman of Showmen competitions were held in two parts on Saturday, divided by the large animals and the small animals. Pictured is Abby Riley attempting to properly show a dog.

Jaycee Perry was named the Overall Small Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with second and third place winners, Dylan Page and Alexis Schwartz, and Fayette County First Attendant, Virginia Schappacher.

Cody Clyburn was named the Overall Large Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with fifth through second place winners, Emily Daniels, Bethany Reiterman, Victoria Schappacher and Victoria Waits.

Pictured are John Lombardo of the Washington Fire Department and Dick Shipley, a Vietnam veteran. Shipley was chosen from the audience to help light the flags.

Pictured are Veteran Honor Guard members Charles “Buck” Harris, John Mason and Edward Fisher, at the podium, explaining and demonstrating the 13 folds of an American flag. In the back is Larry Bishop. On the right is Boy Scout Noah McMurray of Troop 67 steadying the American flag. In the back is Cub master Mark Hoppes.

Honor Guard veteran Larry Bishop plays TAPS to end the flag retirement ceremony.

The annual Flag Retirement Ceremony was held at the Fayette County Fairgrounds grandstand Thursday evening. Thursday was Veterans Day at the fair. All veterans could enter the fairgrounds free of charge.

Harry Wright, a local radio personality, volunteered as a griller on Saturday of the 2016 Fayette County Fair for the Cattle Feeders Corral.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_Harry.jpgHarry Wright, a local radio personality, volunteered as a griller on Saturday of the 2016 Fayette County Fair for the Cattle Feeders Corral. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

The 2016 Fayette County Jr. Fair Showman of Showmen competitions were held in two parts on Saturday, divided by the large animals and the small animals. Pictured is Abby Riley attempting to properly show a dog.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_RileyWithDog.jpgThe 2016 Fayette County Jr. Fair Showman of Showmen competitions were held in two parts on Saturday, divided by the large animals and the small animals. Pictured is Abby Riley attempting to properly show a dog. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Jaycee Perry was named the Overall Small Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with second and third place winners, Dylan Page and Alexis Schwartz, and Fayette County First Attendant, Virginia Schappacher.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_SmallAnimalTop3.jpgJaycee Perry was named the Overall Small Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with second and third place winners, Dylan Page and Alexis Schwartz, and Fayette County First Attendant, Virginia Schappacher. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Cody Clyburn was named the Overall Large Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with fifth through second place winners, Emily Daniels, Bethany Reiterman, Victoria Schappacher and Victoria Waits.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_LargeAnimalTopFive.jpgCody Clyburn was named the Overall Large Animal Division Showman on Saturday. He is pictured with fifth through second place winners, Emily Daniels, Bethany Reiterman, Victoria Schappacher and Victoria Waits. Martin Graham | Record-Herald photos

Pictured are John Lombardo of the Washington Fire Department and Dick Shipley, a Vietnam veteran. Shipley was chosen from the audience to help light the flags.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_ShipleyLombardo.jpgPictured are John Lombardo of the Washington Fire Department and Dick Shipley, a Vietnam veteran. Shipley was chosen from the audience to help light the flags. Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

Pictured are Veteran Honor Guard members Charles “Buck” Harris, John Mason and Edward Fisher, at the podium, explaining and demonstrating the 13 folds of an American flag. In the back is Larry Bishop. On the right is Boy Scout Noah McMurray of Troop 67 steadying the American flag. In the back is Cub master Mark Hoppes.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_PhotoofRetirement1.jpgPictured are Veteran Honor Guard members Charles “Buck” Harris, John Mason and Edward Fisher, at the podium, explaining and demonstrating the 13 folds of an American flag. In the back is Larry Bishop. On the right is Boy Scout Noah McMurray of Troop 67 steadying the American flag. In the back is Cub master Mark Hoppes. Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

Honor Guard veteran Larry Bishop plays TAPS to end the flag retirement ceremony.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_LarryBishop.jpgHonor Guard veteran Larry Bishop plays TAPS to end the flag retirement ceremony. Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen

The annual Flag Retirement Ceremony was held at the Fayette County Fairgrounds grandstand Thursday evening. Thursday was Veterans Day at the fair. All veterans could enter the fairgrounds free of charge.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_PhotoofRetirement2.jpgThe annual Flag Retirement Ceremony was held at the Fayette County Fairgrounds grandstand Thursday evening. Thursday was Veterans Day at the fair. All veterans could enter the fairgrounds free of charge. Photos courtesy of Bev Mullen
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