Washington County Fair - Day 3 07-24-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Annika Jahr, 13, and Elizabeth, 17, clean out S.E.A. Hamster bubbles at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. The S.E.A. stand for Stephanie, Elizabeth and Annika Jahr who created the business. The three sisters will be featured on the television show, 'Shark tank' in September. The t-shirt design for the Cedarburg based business S.E.A. Hamsters on display at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. The S.E.A. stand for Stephanie, Elizabeth and Annika Jahr who created the business. The three sisters will be featured on the television show, 'Shark tank' in September. Elizabeth Jahr, 17, works in one of the S.E.A. Hamster bubbles in between appointments at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. The S.E.A. stand for Stephanie, Elizabeth and Annika Jahr who created the business. The three sisters will be featured on the television show, 'Shark tank' in September. <br/><br/> Stephanie Jahr, 19, talks with her father, John, at the booth for S.E.A. Hamster bubbles in between appointments at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. The S.E.A. stand for Stephanie, Elizabeth and Annika Jahr who created the business. The three sisters will be featured on the television show, 'Shark tank' in September. The Oscar Mayer Wiener Mobile on display at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. Andrew Raether, 4, of Waukesha pokes his head through a hotdog cut out while posing for a photo in front of the Oscar Mayer Wiener Mobile at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. Four indian runner ducks make their way to the finish line at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. <br/><br/> Kathleen Haldeman, 13, left,m and Grace Masset, 13, both of Germantown split a soft pretzel in the grass area just outside the carnival at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. Nate Schrunk, 6, of Hartford screams and leans in close to his cousin, Lacie Sullivan, 12, of Hartford on the Pharaoh Furry ride at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk A girl pinches legs together to secure her bag of cotton candy at the Washington County Fair on Thursday afternoon in the town of Polk. <br/><br/>
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