(LAGRANGE) – The 2019 LaGrange County 4-H Fair held their opening weekend, which included the crowning of Miss LaGrange County.
Erin Frain, a ten year member of 4-H was named the winner. Karley Allehouse was First Runner Up. Lydia Johnson was Second Runner Up and Miss Congeniality.
Samantha Scigowski, Amelia Johnston, Caleb Weaver and Aubree hall were all named Tops In 4-H.
Today's fair schedule includes a presentation from Pokagon State Park at 1 PM in the Kids Zone; the 4-H Boer Goat Show at 4 PM in the Pavilion; the Carnival For Kids at 4 PM; and the Started Calf Support Auction at 5 PM.
The Royal Hanneford Thrill Show will be at 6 PM and 8 PM; the Princess Tea Party and meet and Greets will start at 6:30 PM at the Free Stage and at 7 PM, the Trotting Bred Races will begin in the grandstand.
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