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Winner at the Delta County Fair, Colorado, 1940.
Blue and red ribbon winner at the Delta County Fair, Colorado, 1940

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County and State Fairs
Today, state and county fairs tend to have an agricultural flavor, where city folk can get a taste of country life and children who grow up in the country can show off their farming and craft skills. Boys and girls in rural areas often take part in 4-H Clubs, where they can try raising their own farm animals, vegetables, and flowers. Each year people enter into competitions with their animals and crafts in hopes of winning a blue ribbon for "best of show." What else is there at a fair?
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