Forestry Field Day


Gary Metz, of Maplewood, moves a slice of tree trunk he just cut during a portable sawmill demonstration at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gary Metz, of Maplewood, moves a slice of tree trunk he just cut during a portable sawmill demonstration at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Kaia Kellersmith, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Chad and Cara Kellersmith, uses an apple peeler with the help of Allison McCumons, 17, of Anna, daughter of Chuck McCumons and Molly McCumons, at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. McCumons helped staff the event with her Anna FFA club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Gary Metz, of Maplewood, moves a slice of tree trunk he just cut during a portable sawmill demonstration at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kaia Kellersmith, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Chad and Cara Kellersmith, uses an apple peeler with the help of Allison McCumons, 17, of Anna, daughter of Chuck McCumons and Molly McCumons, at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. McCumons helped staff the event with her Anna FFA club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gary Metz, of Maplewood, moves a slice of tree trunk he just cut during a portable sawmill demonstration at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN101815FieldDay2.jpgGary Metz, of Maplewood, moves a slice of tree trunk he just cut during a portable sawmill demonstration at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Kaia Kellersmith, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Chad and Cara Kellersmith, uses an apple peeler with the help of Allison McCumons, 17, of Anna, daughter of Chuck McCumons and Molly McCumons, at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. McCumons helped staff the event with her Anna FFA club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN101815FieldDay1.jpgKaia Kellersmith, left, 6, of Piqua, daughter of Chad and Cara Kellersmith, uses an apple peeler with the help of Allison McCumons, 17, of Anna, daughter of Chuck McCumons and Molly McCumons, at Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District’s Forestry Field Day Sunday, Oct. 18. The event was held at the Shelby County Park District’s Bornhorst Woods near Anna. Kids could hike trails, scramble for candy, and enjoy hot dogs. McCumons helped staff the event with her Anna FFA club. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News