Henry County Fair 2016
The Henry County Fair just celebrated their 163rd year!
You may remember our post last year about the Henry County Fair and all the wonderful things that the Interrail Signal kids were doing. Well they’re back at it again, showing off their hard work and dedication.
This was Britian Hutson’s 3rd year entering the steer show. His steer, named Junior, won Britian third place in his class.
Sisters Hope and Faith Hutson participated in the steer show as well. Hope won 1st in her class and had one of the top five Steers. Faith won third in her class.
Caden Delaney showed a hog in the Pre 4-H class, making this his second year to do so. He won fifth in his class. His big sister Addison showed her 258 pound hog, which was purchase by Farm Credit for $4.50/lb. This was also Addison’s 2nd year to show.
Ethan Torres showed off his market hog, which was bought by the Take Me Back Cafe.
Haley and Landon Thrower participated in their 4h country ham project. Both of the hams received red ribbons and brought $525 each, being 2 of the top selling hams. They both, along with their little sister Mallory, also received numerous ribbons for the arts and crafts they entered.
Julie Shankle, daughter of Chris Shankle, won “3rd Maid” in the Fairest of the Fair.
For more info on the Henry County Fair check out their Facebook page.