4-H Fair: Wednesday

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    Garrett Betz of Schnellville, 12, did a flip on the bungee jump ride at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Garrett had finished showing his cattle just before enjoying the ride. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Justice Mundy of Huntingburg, 16, stretched her bare feet while on the swing ride in the midway at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Nolan Mullins of Jasper, 5, concentrated while taking aim with a pellet gun at the 4-H Shooting Sports trailer at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Luke Meunier of Ferdinand, 4, took aim with a pellet gun while his father, John, held his safety glasses in place at the 4-H Shooting Sports trailer at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Lea Persohn of St. Anthony, 3, ate ice cream at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Bella Carie of Jasper, 5, back, rode the carousel with Nova Leavens of Jasper, 20 months, in the midway at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Cody Schnell of Jasper, 13, rode his horse, Fancy B, during the pole bending competition of the 4-H Horse and Pony Junior Color Guard and Contest Show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Matthew Jacob of Haysville, 12, rode his horse, D.C., during the pole bending competition of the 4-H Horse and Pony Junior Color Guard and Contest Show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Jake Epple of St. Anthony, 9, rode his horse, Full Throttle Gray, during the pole bending competition of the 4-H Horse and Pony Junior Color Guard and Contest Show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Emily Truelove of Jasper, 7, held a fan to cool off her kitten, Pepper, during the cat show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Emily plans to show Pepper next year and just wanted to get the cat used to being at a show. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Ayden Rees of Jasper, 12, rode his horse, Coe, during the pole bending competition of the 4-H Horse and Pony Junior Color Guard and Contest Show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Emily Truelove of Jasper, 7, held a fan to cool off her kitten, Pepper, during the cat show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Emily plans to show Pepper next year and just wanted to get the cat used to being at a show. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Sydney Peters of Jasper, 12, held her cat, Mei-Yin, while her mother, Sabrina, watched during the cat show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Mei-Yin means beautiful in Chinese. This is the first year Sydney showed a cat at the fair. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Elizabeth Kunz of Jasper, 12, left, made a face after the water she was spraying on a Hereford heifer, Sparkles, bounced back onto her while Kendra Wineinger of Dubois, 18, watched at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Kendra has been teaching Elizabeth how to show cattle for the past few months and both showed in the beef show Wednesday evening. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Elizabeth Kunz of Jasper, 12, took a break Wednesday and looked up at the cow she would later show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Kendra Wineinger of Dubois, 18, combed her Hereford heifer, Sparkles, before the beef cattle show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Karen Schwenk braided the hair of Cheyenne Scherle of Ireland, 8, before the beef cattle show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Cheyenne showed in the pre-4-H show. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Cheyenne Scherle of Ireland, 8, stood near the show corral before the beef cattle show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Cheyenne showed in the pre-4-H show. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    A hog at the Dubois County 4-H Fair drank water during the late afternoon Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    A pair of shoes sat next to a pair of boots on a ledge in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Grant Brescher of Ireland, 17, held the lead on his Hereford calf during the beef cattle show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Gina Steckler of Ferdinand, 16, brushed the tail of her Red Angus heifer, Maggie, before showing her at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Brayden Wineinger of Dubois, 16, left, and his sister Kendra, 18, gave Elizabeth Kunz of Jasper, 12, some last-minute advice and encouragement before the beef show at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Kendra Wineinger of Dubois, 18, left, hugged Elizabeth Kunz of Jasper, 12, who was nervous to show her cow for the first time at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Wednesday. After a fire at the Kunz home in January, Elizabeth’s family wasn’t sure if they’d have time for her to complete her 4-H projects. With the help of Kendra, Elizabeth was able to finish her projects as well as have animals in both the beef and sheep shows for the first time. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald