Holly Vesecky, 7, of the Vinland Valley 4-H Club, enters her flowers for judging Tuesday morning at the Douglas County Fair.
Fine Arts Superintendent Sarah Plinsky sets up the fine arts exhibit Tuesday morning at the Douglas County Fair.
Bobbie Clough, left, and Dorothy Congrove judge bread entries Tuesday at the Douglas County Fair.
Mary-Ellen Barnes, of Tonganoxie, examines the colors of preserves in competition at the Douglas County Fair.
Contest judge Carol Crupper, left, and Beverly Springer, horticulture superintendent, place ribbons on entries Tuesday morning at the Douglas County Fair.
Triston Damme, 8, of the Stull Busy Beavers 4-H Club, listens to the judge's comments Tuesday on the rope clock he entered in the Douglas County Fair.
Travis Neis, 10, of the Eudora 4-H Club, describes his rocket entry Tuesday afternoon at the Douglas County Fair.
Connor Rainey, 10, of the Kanwaka 4-H Club, talks to contest judge Linda Biles, of Topeka, Tuesday afternoon. Connor's futon-turned-bike-rack won a purple ribbon at the fair.