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2020 Emmet County Fair underway

Events closed to public

July 22, 2020
By David Swartz - Managing Editor , Estherville News

The 2020 Emmet County Fair began this week, with a show-and-go format for the 4-H and FFA participants

Due to the Covid pandemic, this year's fair is closed to the public with immediate family members of participants allowed to watch the proceedings. The shows can also be found on the Emmet County 4-H Facebook Page.

Static judging began to start the week with judges looking at just the exhibits and write-ups of projects.

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Grace Lutat and Jacqueline Radunz were among the participants in the 2020 Emmet County 4-H Horse Shoe at the county fair on Wednesday. This show-and-go version of the fair is not open to the public, as only family members are allowed to attend the 4-H and FFA shows.
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The horse and pets shows were both held Wednesday.

In the horse show, Dalton Lutat earned Grand Champion honors in the junior division while Kate Van Cleeve was the Reserve Grand Champion. In the senior division, Grace Lutat earned Grand Champion honors while Jaqueline Radunz was the Reserve Grand Champion.

The sheep and goat show started at 8 a.m., today with the rabbit show at 2 p.m.

The swine show will be at 8 a.m., Friday with the poultry show at 2 p.m.

Saturday will feature the dog show at 8 a.m., with the open bucket/bottle calf and lamb show at noon.

The beef show will be held Sunday.

Watch for results in an upcoming edition of the Estherville News.

 
 
 

 

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