Kewaunee County Fair judging underway

Though the public will not get to see them until the doors officially open on Thursday, thousands of projects got their first look from judges Monday at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds in Luxemburg. The Junior Fair entries ranged from delicious cakes and expertly crafted models to photographs and sewing projects. Kewaunee County 4-H Youth Educator Jill Jorgensen says it is not just about how the project looks, but also what the youth participants say about it during face-to-face judging that counts.

Open class entries in several different categories will be judged on Wednesday, which is also when some of the first animals will arrive on the grounds in advance of the Kewaunee County Fair July 11th through the 14th.



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