Learning about pioneers


Sumire Tamura, 9, throws a projectile fashioned from a corncob towards the silhouette of a rabbit during Pioneer Days at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sumire is the daughter of Ryosuke and Yuka Tamura of Sidney. The Shelby County Historical Society was in charge of the program for all fourth graders in the county.

Sumire Tamura, 9, throws a projectile fashioned from a corncob towards the silhouette of a rabbit during Pioneer Days at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sumire is the daughter of Ryosuke and Yuka Tamura of Sidney. The Shelby County Historical Society was in charge of the program for all fourth graders in the county.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Sumire Tamura, 9, throws a projectile fashioned from a corncob towards the silhouette of a rabbit during Pioneer Days at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sumire is the daughter of Ryosuke and Yuka Tamura of Sidney. The Shelby County Historical Society was in charge of the program for all fourth graders in the county.

Sumire Tamura, 9, throws a projectile fashioned from a corncob towards the silhouette of a rabbit during Pioneer Days at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sumire is the daughter of Ryosuke and Yuka Tamura of Sidney. The Shelby County Historical Society was in charge of the program for all fourth graders in the county.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/10/web1_DSC_2834.jpgSumire Tamura, 9, throws a projectile fashioned from a corncob towards the silhouette of a rabbit during Pioneer Days at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 5. Sumire is the daughter of Ryosuke and Yuka Tamura of Sidney. The Shelby County Historical Society was in charge of the program for all fourth graders in the county. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News