Washington County Fair - Day Three 07-26-13
Photos by John Ehlke
Roland Preder of Oostburg holds his carmel apple at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. Stuffed prizes are hung up as the shooting star game is prepared to open at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. Gretchen Weisse of the town of West Bend laughs as she is told she can ride the bumping car ride once more the at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. Weisse has down syndrome. Patrons with special disabilities were able to enjoy some of the rides at the carnival before it was open. Gretchen Weisse of the town of West Bend high-fives ride operator Robert Winget at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. Weisse has down syndrome. Patrons with special disabilities were able to enjoy some of the rides at the carnival before it was open. Ben Hacker, 9, of Colgate continues to eat his ear of corn at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. The was the first ear of corn of the season for Hacker. Britney Baumeister, 12, of Slinger takes a bite out of a fried piece of broccoli at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. Baumeister and her family members enjoyed a fried basket of broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini and onion rings. Grant Pankow, 6, left, and Paul Baumeister, 15, of Slinger both work on their fried basket at the Washington County Fair in the town of Polk on Thursday afternoon. The fried basket included broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini and onion rings.
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