Eudora 4-year-old Brett Neis, right, fixes his attention on a model jet as his brother Travis Neis, 8, right of center, waits to enter a model rocket for judging Tuesday afternoon at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Model rockets await judging Tuesday evening at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Jaimie Goff, 15, Baldwin, leans in to smooch Roo, a llama owned by her family, as she and other 4-H contestants prepared their animals Tuesday afternoon in their pens at the Douglas County Fair.
Joanna Wakeman, of the Kanwaka 4-H Club, carries her woodworking project, a pair of wooden geese, to enter Tuesday in the woodworking class.
Richard Davis, left, a 4-H judge, talks with Kaleb Horne, 17, of the Palmyra 4-H Club, about his clock project. Horne and others entered their woodworking projects Tuesday at the Douglas County Fair.
Kim Gabriel, left, and Kim Booth look over exhibits Tuesday morning in Building 21 after some food had been judged. They were looking for their children's projects at the fair.