Area 4-H'ers flock to the fair to showcase their projects, hopefully walk away with a ribbon or two | West Central Tribune
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Louise Anderson, right, a 4-H judge from the Fairfax-Franklin area, goes over procedures Tuesday with her assistant Lonnie Petersen, as regional 4-H members submit items for various judged competitions scheduled to be held over the next four days at the county fairgrounds in Willmar. 4-H members are vying for ribbons of achievement for their submissions and will be judged during face to face interviews. Tribune photo by Gary Miller

Area 4-H'ers flock to the fair to showcase their projects, hopefully walk away with a ribbon or two

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Kandiyohi County's finest hand made quilts, its tastiest apple pies and its best-looking poultry all gathered near the shores of Foot Lake at the county fairgrounds in Willmar on Tuesday. Over the next four days, they'll be prodded, measured, tasted, and otherwise compared by dozens of volunteer judges.

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