Fire safety, champions and more


Avery Shoffner, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single broiler at the Shelby County Fair.

Avery Shoffner, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single broiler at the Shelby County Fair.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Carson Shoffner, 11, of Anna, son of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single fryer at the Shelby County Fair.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Carter Pleiman, 14, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder calf at the Shelby County Fair. He is a member of the Botkins Livestock 4-H Club.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Chloe Alexander, left, 8, of Maplewood, daugher of Cody Alexander and Sarah Herring, and Maddie Wooddell, 7, of Sidney, daughter of Rob and Misty Wooddell, watch a toaster smoke while learning about fire safety inside the Sidney Department of Fire and Emergency Services Fire Safety House at the Shelby County Fair Thursday, July 25.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Avery Shoffner, right, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, won grand champion junior fair Ewe at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her banner is Mallory Havenar, 13, of Anna, daughter of Britt and Amy Havenar. She is a membere of the Anna Livestock 4-H Club.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hunter Lenhart, front, 14, of Botkins, son of Aaron and Holly Lenhart, won grand champion market gilt at the Shelby County Fair. Holding his banner are Brendan Serr, left, 9, and his brother Preston Serr, 11, both of Jackson Center, both the children of Meghan and Garrett Serr. Hunter is a membr of the Progressive Livestock 4-H Club.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Brendan Serr, far right, 9, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H Club, won reserve grand champion marke lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Preston Serr, far left, 11, and Spencer Serr, 5.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Avery Barhorst, left, 9, of Anna, daughter of BJ and Lauren Barhorst, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion pen of two market lambs, at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her other lamb is her sister, Abigail Barhorst, 12.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Preston Serr, right, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H, won grand champion market lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Spencer Serr, far left, 5, and Brendan Serr, 9.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Avery Shoffner, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single broiler at the Shelby County Fair.

Carson Shoffner, 11, of Anna, son of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single fryer at the Shelby County Fair.

Carter Pleiman, 14, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder calf at the Shelby County Fair. He is a member of the Botkins Livestock 4-H Club.

Chloe Alexander, left, 8, of Maplewood, daugher of Cody Alexander and Sarah Herring, and Maddie Wooddell, 7, of Sidney, daughter of Rob and Misty Wooddell, watch a toaster smoke while learning about fire safety inside the Sidney Department of Fire and Emergency Services Fire Safety House at the Shelby County Fair Thursday, July 25.

Avery Shoffner, right, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, won grand champion junior fair Ewe at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her banner is Mallory Havenar, 13, of Anna, daughter of Britt and Amy Havenar. She is a membere of the Anna Livestock 4-H Club.

Hunter Lenhart, front, 14, of Botkins, son of Aaron and Holly Lenhart, won grand champion market gilt at the Shelby County Fair. Holding his banner are Brendan Serr, left, 9, and his brother Preston Serr, 11, both of Jackson Center, both the children of Meghan and Garrett Serr. Hunter is a membr of the Progressive Livestock 4-H Club.

Brendan Serr, far right, 9, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H Club, won reserve grand champion marke lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Preston Serr, far left, 11, and Spencer Serr, 5.

Avery Barhorst, left, 9, of Anna, daughter of BJ and Lauren Barhorst, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion pen of two market lambs, at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her other lamb is her sister, Abigail Barhorst, 12.

Preston Serr, right, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H, won grand champion market lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Spencer Serr, far left, 5, and Brendan Serr, 9.

Avery Shoffner, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single broiler at the Shelby County Fair.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0389-1.jpgAvery Shoffner, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single broiler at the Shelby County Fair. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Carson Shoffner, 11, of Anna, son of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single fryer at the Shelby County Fair.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0394-1.jpgCarson Shoffner, 11, of Anna, son of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion single fryer at the Shelby County Fair. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Carter Pleiman, 14, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder calf at the Shelby County Fair. He is a member of the Botkins Livestock 4-H Club.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0405-1.jpgCarter Pleiman, 14, of Botkins, son of Jeremy and Lynn Pleiman, won reserve grand champion dairy feeder calf at the Shelby County Fair. He is a member of the Botkins Livestock 4-H Club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Chloe Alexander, left, 8, of Maplewood, daugher of Cody Alexander and Sarah Herring, and Maddie Wooddell, 7, of Sidney, daughter of Rob and Misty Wooddell, watch a toaster smoke while learning about fire safety inside the Sidney Department of Fire and Emergency Services Fire Safety House at the Shelby County Fair Thursday, July 25.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0687-1.jpgChloe Alexander, left, 8, of Maplewood, daugher of Cody Alexander and Sarah Herring, and Maddie Wooddell, 7, of Sidney, daughter of Rob and Misty Wooddell, watch a toaster smoke while learning about fire safety inside the Sidney Department of Fire and Emergency Services Fire Safety House at the Shelby County Fair Thursday, July 25. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Avery Shoffner, right, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, won grand champion junior fair Ewe at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her banner is Mallory Havenar, 13, of Anna, daughter of Britt and Amy Havenar. She is a membere of the Anna Livestock 4-H Club.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0881-1.jpgAvery Shoffner, right, 13, of Anna, daughter of Kevin and Jenni Shoffner, won grand champion junior fair Ewe at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her banner is Mallory Havenar, 13, of Anna, daughter of Britt and Amy Havenar. She is a membere of the Anna Livestock 4-H Club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Hunter Lenhart, front, 14, of Botkins, son of Aaron and Holly Lenhart, won grand champion market gilt at the Shelby County Fair. Holding his banner are Brendan Serr, left, 9, and his brother Preston Serr, 11, both of Jackson Center, both the children of Meghan and Garrett Serr. Hunter is a membr of the Progressive Livestock 4-H Club.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0928-1.jpgHunter Lenhart, front, 14, of Botkins, son of Aaron and Holly Lenhart, won grand champion market gilt at the Shelby County Fair. Holding his banner are Brendan Serr, left, 9, and his brother Preston Serr, 11, both of Jackson Center, both the children of Meghan and Garrett Serr. Hunter is a membr of the Progressive Livestock 4-H Club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Brendan Serr, far right, 9, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H Club, won reserve grand champion marke lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Preston Serr, far left, 11, and Spencer Serr, 5.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_1166-1.jpgBrendan Serr, far right, 9, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H Club, won reserve grand champion marke lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Preston Serr, far left, 11, and Spencer Serr, 5. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Avery Barhorst, left, 9, of Anna, daughter of BJ and Lauren Barhorst, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion pen of two market lambs, at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her other lamb is her sister, Abigail Barhorst, 12.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_0944-1.jpgAvery Barhorst, left, 9, of Anna, daughter of BJ and Lauren Barhorst, a member of Anna Livestock, won grand champion pen of two market lambs, at the Shelby County Fair. Holding her other lamb is her sister, Abigail Barhorst, 12. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Preston Serr, right, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H, won grand champion market lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Spencer Serr, far left, 5, and Brendan Serr, 9.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2019/07/web1_DSC_1151-1.jpgPreston Serr, right, of Jackson Center, son of Garrett and Meghan Serr, member of Progressive Livestock 4-H, won grand champion market lamb at the Shelby County Fair. With him are his brothers Spencer Serr, far left, 5, and Brendan Serr, 9. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News