Kids keeping busy


Dustin Hilyard Jr., 4, of Houston, son of Danielle and Dustin Hilyard, eats ice cream and cake at the Iutis Ice Cream Social at Harmon Park Thursday, July 13.


Julie Ann May | Sidney Daily News

Dylan Timmerman, 6, of Fort Loramie, son of Greg and Liz Timmerman, works in a coloring book to stay busy while he waits for his sister Whitney Timmerman, not shown, to finish showing her Jr. Fair project at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Holdyn Bergman, left, 5, of Botkins, son of Heather Brandewie and Brent Bergman, looks at the fish it only took him moments to catch with some help from his aunt Alisha Bergman, of Sidney. The fish was pulled from Tawawa Lake Wednesday, July 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Brayden Smith, 8, of Sidney, son of Robert and Sheila Smith, zips around Tawawa Park on his scooter Wednesday, July 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Samantha Jacobs, left, 12, and her sister Alexis Jacobs, 10, both of Fort Loramie, and both the daughters of Dan and Jennifer Jacobs, check their projects in at the pre-fair Jr. Fair judging at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Samantha was competing with a blanket she made and Alexis had a design she made with buttons. Both girls belong to the 4-H Club Merry Mod Makers.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Braydon Cagle, 11, of Sidney, son of Luddie and Todd Cagle, sits on a haystack at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19 as he waits for his sister Gabrielle Cagle to finish competing in the Jr. Fair creative arts judging.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Macy Klopfenstein, left, 11, daughter of Darrel and Julie Klopfenstein, practices her cake decorating presentation in front of her neighbor Riley Barhorst, 11, both of Jackson Center, daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Macy later presented her creative arts project to Jr. Fair judges at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Both girls are members of the 4-H Club Creative Clovers.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Milo Jackson, 2, rides in style as he is pushed through Tawawa Park by his mom, Chelsea Ceyler, both of Sidney, Wednesday, July 19. Milo is also the son of Joshua Jackson.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Owen Smith, left, of 4, of Lakeview, son of Audrey Whaley and Shane Smith, and Gage Pattison, 8, of Bellefontaine, son of Emily and Matthias Pattison, hunt for water dwelling animals to net at Tawawa Park Wednesday, July 19.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Dustin Hilyard Jr., 4, of Houston, son of Danielle and Dustin Hilyard, eats ice cream and cake at the Iutis Ice Cream Social at Harmon Park Thursday, July 13.

Dylan Timmerman, 6, of Fort Loramie, son of Greg and Liz Timmerman, works in a coloring book to stay busy while he waits for his sister Whitney Timmerman, not shown, to finish showing her Jr. Fair project at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19.

Holdyn Bergman, left, 5, of Botkins, son of Heather Brandewie and Brent Bergman, looks at the fish it only took him moments to catch with some help from his aunt Alisha Bergman, of Sidney. The fish was pulled from Tawawa Lake Wednesday, July 19.

Brayden Smith, 8, of Sidney, son of Robert and Sheila Smith, zips around Tawawa Park on his scooter Wednesday, July 19.

Samantha Jacobs, left, 12, and her sister Alexis Jacobs, 10, both of Fort Loramie, and both the daughters of Dan and Jennifer Jacobs, check their projects in at the pre-fair Jr. Fair judging at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Samantha was competing with a blanket she made and Alexis had a design she made with buttons. Both girls belong to the 4-H Club Merry Mod Makers.

Braydon Cagle, 11, of Sidney, son of Luddie and Todd Cagle, sits on a haystack at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19 as he waits for his sister Gabrielle Cagle to finish competing in the Jr. Fair creative arts judging.

Macy Klopfenstein, left, 11, daughter of Darrel and Julie Klopfenstein, practices her cake decorating presentation in front of her neighbor Riley Barhorst, 11, both of Jackson Center, daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Macy later presented her creative arts project to Jr. Fair judges at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Both girls are members of the 4-H Club Creative Clovers.

Milo Jackson, 2, rides in style as he is pushed through Tawawa Park by his mom, Chelsea Ceyler, both of Sidney, Wednesday, July 19. Milo is also the son of Joshua Jackson.

Owen Smith, left, of 4, of Lakeview, son of Audrey Whaley and Shane Smith, and Gage Pattison, 8, of Bellefontaine, son of Emily and Matthias Pattison, hunt for water dwelling animals to net at Tawawa Park Wednesday, July 19.

Dustin Hilyard Jr., 4, of Houston, son of Danielle and Dustin Hilyard, eats ice cream and cake at the Iutis Ice Cream Social at Harmon Park Thursday, July 13.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage9.jpgDustin Hilyard Jr., 4, of Houston, son of Danielle and Dustin Hilyard, eats ice cream and cake at the Iutis Ice Cream Social at Harmon Park Thursday, July 13.
Julie Ann May | Sidney Daily News

Dylan Timmerman, 6, of Fort Loramie, son of Greg and Liz Timmerman, works in a coloring book to stay busy while he waits for his sister Whitney Timmerman, not shown, to finish showing her Jr. Fair project at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage8.jpgDylan Timmerman, 6, of Fort Loramie, son of Greg and Liz Timmerman, works in a coloring book to stay busy while he waits for his sister Whitney Timmerman, not shown, to finish showing her Jr. Fair project at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Holdyn Bergman, left, 5, of Botkins, son of Heather Brandewie and Brent Bergman, looks at the fish it only took him moments to catch with some help from his aunt Alisha Bergman, of Sidney. The fish was pulled from Tawawa Lake Wednesday, July 19.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage7.jpgHoldyn Bergman, left, 5, of Botkins, son of Heather Brandewie and Brent Bergman, looks at the fish it only took him moments to catch with some help from his aunt Alisha Bergman, of Sidney. The fish was pulled from Tawawa Lake Wednesday, July 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Brayden Smith, 8, of Sidney, son of Robert and Sheila Smith, zips around Tawawa Park on his scooter Wednesday, July 19.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage5.jpgBrayden Smith, 8, of Sidney, son of Robert and Sheila Smith, zips around Tawawa Park on his scooter Wednesday, July 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Samantha Jacobs, left, 12, and her sister Alexis Jacobs, 10, both of Fort Loramie, and both the daughters of Dan and Jennifer Jacobs, check their projects in at the pre-fair Jr. Fair judging at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Samantha was competing with a blanket she made and Alexis had a design she made with buttons. Both girls belong to the 4-H Club Merry Mod Makers.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage3.jpgSamantha Jacobs, left, 12, and her sister Alexis Jacobs, 10, both of Fort Loramie, and both the daughters of Dan and Jennifer Jacobs, check their projects in at the pre-fair Jr. Fair judging at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Samantha was competing with a blanket she made and Alexis had a design she made with buttons. Both girls belong to the 4-H Club Merry Mod Makers. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Braydon Cagle, 11, of Sidney, son of Luddie and Todd Cagle, sits on a haystack at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19 as he waits for his sister Gabrielle Cagle to finish competing in the Jr. Fair creative arts judging.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage2.jpgBraydon Cagle, 11, of Sidney, son of Luddie and Todd Cagle, sits on a haystack at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, July 19 as he waits for his sister Gabrielle Cagle to finish competing in the Jr. Fair creative arts judging. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Macy Klopfenstein, left, 11, daughter of Darrel and Julie Klopfenstein, practices her cake decorating presentation in front of her neighbor Riley Barhorst, 11, both of Jackson Center, daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Macy later presented her creative arts project to Jr. Fair judges at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Both girls are members of the 4-H Club Creative Clovers.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage4.jpgMacy Klopfenstein, left, 11, daughter of Darrel and Julie Klopfenstein, practices her cake decorating presentation in front of her neighbor Riley Barhorst, 11, both of Jackson Center, daughter of Amanda and Chris Barhorst. Macy later presented her creative arts project to Jr. Fair judges at the Youth Building Wednesday, July 19. Both girls are members of the 4-H Club Creative Clovers. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Milo Jackson, 2, rides in style as he is pushed through Tawawa Park by his mom, Chelsea Ceyler, both of Sidney, Wednesday, July 19. Milo is also the son of Joshua Jackson.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage1.jpgMilo Jackson, 2, rides in style as he is pushed through Tawawa Park by his mom, Chelsea Ceyler, both of Sidney, Wednesday, July 19. Milo is also the son of Joshua Jackson. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Owen Smith, left, of 4, of Lakeview, son of Audrey Whaley and Shane Smith, and Gage Pattison, 8, of Bellefontaine, son of Emily and Matthias Pattison, hunt for water dwelling animals to net at Tawawa Park Wednesday, July 19.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/07/web1_SDN072017KidsPage6.jpgOwen Smith, left, of 4, of Lakeview, son of Audrey Whaley and Shane Smith, and Gage Pattison, 8, of Bellefontaine, son of Emily and Matthias Pattison, hunt for water dwelling animals to net at Tawawa Park Wednesday, July 19. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News