Versailles Poultry Days 2017


Troy Jones, 15, of Versailles, son of Krista and David Jones, walks around Versailles Poultry Days Saturday, June 10, holding a carnival prize behind his head.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Members of the Versailles FFA distributed candy during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Versailles Towne & Country Players promoted their production of “Annie” during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Colonel L.A. Thayer, far right, a professional Col. Sanders impersonator, visited Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, to taste the festival’s famous chicken for himself. He approved of the chicken’s taste. Sitting next to Thayer is Shane Marlow, of Sidney.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Max McKibben, left, 8, son of Erin and Brian McKibben, and Jaxon Hecht, 3, son of Nathan and Kelli Hecht, all of Versailles, fly the “Sky Fighter” at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Two kids promoting fire safety walk in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nate Baum, of Milford, sets down a “pin” of chicken that he was cooking in a machine that smokes chicken while it is rotated and grilled, during Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. The machine is responsible for the taste that has made Versailles Poultry Days chicken famous.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Boxing chicken meals at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, are, left to right, Jacob Treon, 13, of Versailles, son of Penny and Chad Treon; Anna Davis, 13, of Troy, daughter of Sarah and Rob Davis; Jeff Barga and Chad Treon, both of Versailles. The chicken meals are a huge draw to Poultry Days.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Dominic Gutierrez, 3, left to right, waves to people in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10, as his mom, Cassidy Gutierrez, tries to hand him a piece of candy while holding her daughter, Aleah Gutierrez, 1, all of Piqua. The siblings are also the children of Cody Gutierrez.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Little Miss Poultry Days contestants wave from their float in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Last year’s Versailles Poultry Days royalty take part in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Marshals Larry and Joan Roll ride in the back of a classic convertible during their parade, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Versailles High School band marches in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Alan Monnin, of Versailles, won Best of Show with this artistic arrangement in a frying pan. The theme for the category was “Sunny Side Up.” The flowers were on display during the Versailles Garden Club flower show at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Abigail White, 18, of Greenville, daughter of Ron and Rachael White, was crowned 2017 Miss Chick at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Troy Jones, 15, of Versailles, son of Krista and David Jones, walks around Versailles Poultry Days Saturday, June 10, holding a carnival prize behind his head.

Members of the Versailles FFA distributed candy during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.

The Versailles Towne & Country Players promoted their production of “Annie” during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.

Colonel L.A. Thayer, far right, a professional Col. Sanders impersonator, visited Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, to taste the festival’s famous chicken for himself. He approved of the chicken’s taste. Sitting next to Thayer is Shane Marlow, of Sidney.

Max McKibben, left, 8, son of Erin and Brian McKibben, and Jaxon Hecht, 3, son of Nathan and Kelli Hecht, all of Versailles, fly the “Sky Fighter” at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.

Two kids promoting fire safety walk in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Saturday, June 10.

Nate Baum, of Milford, sets down a “pin” of chicken that he was cooking in a machine that smokes chicken while it is rotated and grilled, during Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. The machine is responsible for the taste that has made Versailles Poultry Days chicken famous.

Boxing chicken meals at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, are, left to right, Jacob Treon, 13, of Versailles, son of Penny and Chad Treon; Anna Davis, 13, of Troy, daughter of Sarah and Rob Davis; Jeff Barga and Chad Treon, both of Versailles. The chicken meals are a huge draw to Poultry Days.

Dominic Gutierrez, 3, left to right, waves to people in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10, as his mom, Cassidy Gutierrez, tries to hand him a piece of candy while holding her daughter, Aleah Gutierrez, 1, all of Piqua. The siblings are also the children of Cody Gutierrez.

Little Miss Poultry Days contestants wave from their float in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.

Last year’s Versailles Poultry Days royalty take part in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.

Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Marshals Larry and Joan Roll ride in the back of a classic convertible during their parade, Saturday, June 10.

The Versailles High School band marches in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.

Alan Monnin, of Versailles, won Best of Show with this artistic arrangement in a frying pan. The theme for the category was “Sunny Side Up.” The flowers were on display during the Versailles Garden Club flower show at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.

Abigail White, 18, of Greenville, daughter of Ron and Rachael White, was crowned 2017 Miss Chick at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.

Troy Jones, 15, of Versailles, son of Krista and David Jones, walks around Versailles Poultry Days Saturday, June 10, holding a carnival prize behind his head.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays1-1.jpgTroy Jones, 15, of Versailles, son of Krista and David Jones, walks around Versailles Poultry Days Saturday, June 10, holding a carnival prize behind his head. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Members of the Versailles FFA distributed candy during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays15-1.jpgMembers of the Versailles FFA distributed candy during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Versailles Towne & Country Players promoted their production of “Annie” during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays14-1.jpgThe Versailles Towne & Country Players promoted their production of “Annie” during the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Colonel L.A. Thayer, far right, a professional Col. Sanders impersonator, visited Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, to taste the festival’s famous chicken for himself. He approved of the chicken’s taste. Sitting next to Thayer is Shane Marlow, of Sidney.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays13-1.jpgColonel L.A. Thayer, far right, a professional Col. Sanders impersonator, visited Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, to taste the festival’s famous chicken for himself. He approved of the chicken’s taste. Sitting next to Thayer is Shane Marlow, of Sidney. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Max McKibben, left, 8, son of Erin and Brian McKibben, and Jaxon Hecht, 3, son of Nathan and Kelli Hecht, all of Versailles, fly the “Sky Fighter” at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays12-1.jpgMax McKibben, left, 8, son of Erin and Brian McKibben, and Jaxon Hecht, 3, son of Nathan and Kelli Hecht, all of Versailles, fly the “Sky Fighter” at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Two kids promoting fire safety walk in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays11-1.jpgTwo kids promoting fire safety walk in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nate Baum, of Milford, sets down a “pin” of chicken that he was cooking in a machine that smokes chicken while it is rotated and grilled, during Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. The machine is responsible for the taste that has made Versailles Poultry Days chicken famous.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays10-1.jpgNate Baum, of Milford, sets down a “pin” of chicken that he was cooking in a machine that smokes chicken while it is rotated and grilled, during Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. The machine is responsible for the taste that has made Versailles Poultry Days chicken famous. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Boxing chicken meals at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, are, left to right, Jacob Treon, 13, of Versailles, son of Penny and Chad Treon; Anna Davis, 13, of Troy, daughter of Sarah and Rob Davis; Jeff Barga and Chad Treon, both of Versailles. The chicken meals are a huge draw to Poultry Days.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays9-1.jpgBoxing chicken meals at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10, are, left to right, Jacob Treon, 13, of Versailles, son of Penny and Chad Treon; Anna Davis, 13, of Troy, daughter of Sarah and Rob Davis; Jeff Barga and Chad Treon, both of Versailles. The chicken meals are a huge draw to Poultry Days. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Dominic Gutierrez, 3, left to right, waves to people in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10, as his mom, Cassidy Gutierrez, tries to hand him a piece of candy while holding her daughter, Aleah Gutierrez, 1, all of Piqua. The siblings are also the children of Cody Gutierrez.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays8-1.jpgDominic Gutierrez, 3, left to right, waves to people in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10, as his mom, Cassidy Gutierrez, tries to hand him a piece of candy while holding her daughter, Aleah Gutierrez, 1, all of Piqua. The siblings are also the children of Cody Gutierrez. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Little Miss Poultry Days contestants wave from their float in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays7-1.jpgLittle Miss Poultry Days contestants wave from their float in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Last year’s Versailles Poultry Days royalty take part in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays6-1.jpgLast year’s Versailles Poultry Days royalty take part in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Marshals Larry and Joan Roll ride in the back of a classic convertible during their parade, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays5-1.jpgVersailles Poultry Days Grand Parade Marshals Larry and Joan Roll ride in the back of a classic convertible during their parade, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Versailles High School band marches in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays4-1.jpgThe Versailles High School band marches in the Versailles Poultry Days Grand Parade, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Alan Monnin, of Versailles, won Best of Show with this artistic arrangement in a frying pan. The theme for the category was “Sunny Side Up.” The flowers were on display during the Versailles Garden Club flower show at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays3-1.jpgAlan Monnin, of Versailles, won Best of Show with this artistic arrangement in a frying pan. The theme for the category was “Sunny Side Up.” The flowers were on display during the Versailles Garden Club flower show at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Abigail White, 18, of Greenville, daughter of Ron and Rachael White, was crowned 2017 Miss Chick at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN061217PoultryDays2-1.jpgAbigail White, 18, of Greenville, daughter of Ron and Rachael White, was crowned 2017 Miss Chick at Versailles Poultry Days, Saturday, June 10. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News