Human tractor pull and more at the fair


Abby Burkett, 12, of Maplewood, daughter of Jeff and Cari Beth Noah, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.

Abby Burkett, 12, of Maplewood, daughter of Jeff and Cari Beth Noah, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.


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Camdin Kuehl, left, 9, watches his sister Carly Ollhoff, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Tritny and Patrick Ollhoff, putt at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.


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Competing in a human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23 are, front to back, Amber Stangel, 15, daughter of Karen and Jason Stangel, Alex Freytag, 16, daughter of Andy and Sandi Freytag, Morgan Wemmer, 17, daughter of Molly and Lee Wemmer, and Jess Monier, 17, all of Houston, daughter of Paul and Doris Monnier. Driving the tractor is Dale Baker, of Maplewood. The girls’ team name is the Houston Puffs.


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Elizabeth Shatto, left, 14, holds her market lamb as her father, Jason Shatto, both of Fort Loramie, feeds it at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Elizabeth is also the daughter Heather Shatto.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lindsey Thornhill, 11, of Anna, daughter of Carin and Ron Thornhill, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shooting sports instructor Jeremy Hatfield, left, helps Jason Meyer, 7, both of Sidney, son of Mindy Copeland, shoot an arrow at a Shelby County Hot Shots booth at the fair Monday, July 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nick Huelskamp, 17, of Sidney, son of Bill and Julie Huelskamp, washes down his cross bred gilt in preparation for a show at the fair Monday, July 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Organ grinder Jesse “Monkey Man” Moore gives his white faced capuchin named Don Juan a kiss at the fair Monday, July 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Logan Rose, 11, of Sidney, son of Jeff and Kimberly Rose, competes with his team “Boy Scout Pullers” during the human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Abby Burkett, 12, of Maplewood, daughter of Jeff and Cari Beth Noah, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.

Camdin Kuehl, left, 9, watches his sister Carly Ollhoff, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Tritny and Patrick Ollhoff, putt at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.

Competing in a human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23 are, front to back, Amber Stangel, 15, daughter of Karen and Jason Stangel, Alex Freytag, 16, daughter of Andy and Sandi Freytag, Morgan Wemmer, 17, daughter of Molly and Lee Wemmer, and Jess Monier, 17, all of Houston, daughter of Paul and Doris Monnier. Driving the tractor is Dale Baker, of Maplewood. The girls’ team name is the Houston Puffs.

Elizabeth Shatto, left, 14, holds her market lamb as her father, Jason Shatto, both of Fort Loramie, feeds it at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Elizabeth is also the daughter Heather Shatto.

Lindsey Thornhill, 11, of Anna, daughter of Carin and Ron Thornhill, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.

Shooting sports instructor Jeremy Hatfield, left, helps Jason Meyer, 7, both of Sidney, son of Mindy Copeland, shoot an arrow at a Shelby County Hot Shots booth at the fair Monday, July 23.

Nick Huelskamp, 17, of Sidney, son of Bill and Julie Huelskamp, washes down his cross bred gilt in preparation for a show at the fair Monday, July 23.

Organ grinder Jesse “Monkey Man” Moore gives his white faced capuchin named Don Juan a kiss at the fair Monday, July 23.

Logan Rose, 11, of Sidney, son of Jeff and Kimberly Rose, competes with his team “Boy Scout Pullers” during the human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.

Abby Burkett, 12, of Maplewood, daughter of Jeff and Cari Beth Noah, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf1.jpgAbby Burkett, 12, of Maplewood, daughter of Jeff and Cari Beth Noah, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Camdin Kuehl, left, 9, watches his sister Carly Ollhoff, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Tritny and Patrick Ollhoff, putt at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf2.jpgCamdin Kuehl, left, 9, watches his sister Carly Ollhoff, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Tritny and Patrick Ollhoff, putt at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Competing in a human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23 are, front to back, Amber Stangel, 15, daughter of Karen and Jason Stangel, Alex Freytag, 16, daughter of Andy and Sandi Freytag, Morgan Wemmer, 17, daughter of Molly and Lee Wemmer, and Jess Monier, 17, all of Houston, daughter of Paul and Doris Monnier. Driving the tractor is Dale Baker, of Maplewood. The girls’ team name is the Houston Puffs.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf3.jpgCompeting in a human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23 are, front to back, Amber Stangel, 15, daughter of Karen and Jason Stangel, Alex Freytag, 16, daughter of Andy and Sandi Freytag, Morgan Wemmer, 17, daughter of Molly and Lee Wemmer, and Jess Monier, 17, all of Houston, daughter of Paul and Doris Monnier. Driving the tractor is Dale Baker, of Maplewood. The girls’ team name is the Houston Puffs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Elizabeth Shatto, left, 14, holds her market lamb as her father, Jason Shatto, both of Fort Loramie, feeds it at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Elizabeth is also the daughter Heather Shatto.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf4.jpgElizabeth Shatto, left, 14, holds her market lamb as her father, Jason Shatto, both of Fort Loramie, feeds it at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Elizabeth is also the daughter Heather Shatto. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lindsey Thornhill, 11, of Anna, daughter of Carin and Ron Thornhill, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf5.jpgLindsey Thornhill, 11, of Anna, daughter of Carin and Ron Thornhill, shows her market lamb at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Shooting sports instructor Jeremy Hatfield, left, helps Jason Meyer, 7, both of Sidney, son of Mindy Copeland, shoot an arrow at a Shelby County Hot Shots booth at the fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf8.jpgShooting sports instructor Jeremy Hatfield, left, helps Jason Meyer, 7, both of Sidney, son of Mindy Copeland, shoot an arrow at a Shelby County Hot Shots booth at the fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nick Huelskamp, 17, of Sidney, son of Bill and Julie Huelskamp, washes down his cross bred gilt in preparation for a show at the fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf9.jpgNick Huelskamp, 17, of Sidney, son of Bill and Julie Huelskamp, washes down his cross bred gilt in preparation for a show at the fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Organ grinder Jesse “Monkey Man” Moore gives his white faced capuchin named Don Juan a kiss at the fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf7.jpgOrgan grinder Jesse “Monkey Man” Moore gives his white faced capuchin named Don Juan a kiss at the fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Logan Rose, 11, of Sidney, son of Jeff and Kimberly Rose, competes with his team “Boy Scout Pullers” during the human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/07/web1_SDN072718MonGolf6.jpgLogan Rose, 11, of Sidney, son of Jeff and Kimberly Rose, competes with his team “Boy Scout Pullers” during the human tractor pull hosted by the Shelby County Antique Power Association at the Shelby County Fair Monday, July 23. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News