Judges weigh in on Junior Fair entries

The ribbons earned at this year's Door County Fair are not just about what happens when they come face to face with their judges. Hundreds of participants entered exhibits Wednesday in several different categories. MaryBeth Wohlrabe judged the photography competition and says she considers past projects as well as what is in front of her before awarding ribbons.


Third-grader Maddon Cihlar saw his paper mache projects from school and his chocolate chip cookies earn two blue ribbons and one red ribbon. He says more kids should enter their projects in the future.



You can find Cihlar's creations along with hundreds of other projects in the Junior Fair building at the Door County Fairgrounds.  



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