Pioneer Days


Jim Brandt, left to right, of Anna, demonstrates Antique hand farm tools to Botkins 4th graders Aubree Topp, 9, daughter of Phil and Carrie Topp, and Kylie Mack, 10, daughter of Don and Christine Mack, both of Botkins. The presentation was one of many at the Pioneer Days event for Shelby County 4th graders held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 7. Kids learned about what life was like while the U.S. continued to form at the event.

Jim Brandt, left to right, of Anna, demonstrates Antique hand farm tools to Botkins 4th graders Aubree Topp, 9, daughter of Phil and Carrie Topp, and Kylie Mack, 10, daughter of Don and Christine Mack, both of Botkins. The presentation was one of many at the Pioneer Days event for Shelby County 4th graders held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 7. Kids learned about what life was like while the U.S. continued to form at the event.


Jim Brandt, left to right, of Anna, demonstrates Antique hand farm tools to Botkins 4th graders Aubree Topp, 9, daughter of Phil and Carrie Topp, and Kylie Mack, 10, daughter of Don and Christine Mack, both of Botkins. The presentation was one of many at the Pioneer Days event for Shelby County 4th graders held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 7. Kids learned about what life was like while the U.S. continued to form at the event.

Jim Brandt, left to right, of Anna, demonstrates Antique hand farm tools to Botkins 4th graders Aubree Topp, 9, daughter of Phil and Carrie Topp, and Kylie Mack, 10, daughter of Don and Christine Mack, both of Botkins. The presentation was one of many at the Pioneer Days event for Shelby County 4th graders held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 7. Kids learned about what life was like while the U.S. continued to form at the event.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN100715BotkinsPage.jpgJim Brandt, left to right, of Anna, demonstrates Antique hand farm tools to Botkins 4th graders Aubree Topp, 9, daughter of Phil and Carrie Topp, and Kylie Mack, 10, daughter of Don and Christine Mack, both of Botkins. The presentation was one of many at the Pioneer Days event for Shelby County 4th graders held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds Wednesday, Oct. 7. Kids learned about what life was like while the U.S. continued to form at the event.