Fair flashback: costumes and animals create fun for exhibitors and spectators


The summer fair season in Osic County is coming to an end, but this year’s review of the three exhibitions in Osage County is reminiscent of the fun of the audience and exhibitors, especially during the 4-H and open animal costume competitions. The competition was held on June 29, 2018 at the Osage County Fair in Osage, and Marty and Wylie Young were the heads of the mother and son competitions.

Six participants dressed up for the event as follows: Karley Lowry, 6 years old, Burlingame 4-H Cloverbud, bullfighting “Sweetie”; John Sand, 8 years old, North Osage 4-H, bullfight “Flex”; Katie Lowry, 9 years old, Burlingame 4-H, bullfighting “flowering”; Tate Smith, 10 years old, willing worker 4-H, bullfight “Mac”; Lynnea Nelson, 11 years old, North Osage, cat “Clint”; and Gracy Smith, 12 years old, is willing to work for the market, the goat “Fabio”.

Jonnie Voiers, Lyndon and Danielle Garrison, Overbrook, judge the competition and identify the winners: Open Championship, Karley Lowry; Junior Champion, Tate Smith; Senior/Intermediate Champion, Lynnea Nelson; People’s Choice Award, Gracy Smith.

Administrator’s Note: Special thanks to the judges for their voluntary participation, and thanks to the Osage City male tablet for all entrants to provide trophies and prizes.

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