County fairs are a lasting part of Americana that are still thriving in the 21st century, providing fun for even the littlest fairgoers. At the just-ended Johnson County Fair in Gardner, dogs got to show off their talents. Twelve-year-old Nicholas Allen of Gardner guided Bandit through an obstacle during the 4-H agility dog show. Nicholas had been working with Bandit for about six months. A big part of many fairs is the 4-H events.
County fairs are a lasting part of Americana that are still thriving in the 21st century, providing fun for even the littlest fairgoers. At the just-ended Johnson County Fair in Gardner, dogs got to show off their talents. Twelve-year-old Nicholas Allen of Gardner guided Bandit through an obstacle during the 4-H agility dog show. Nicholas had been working with Bandit for about six months. A big part of many fairs is the 4-H events. Photos by SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
County fairs are a lasting part of Americana that are still thriving in the 21st century, providing fun for even the littlest fairgoers. At the just-ended Johnson County Fair in Gardner, dogs got to show off their talents. Twelve-year-old Nicholas Allen of Gardner guided Bandit through an obstacle during the 4-H agility dog show. Nicholas had been working with Bandit for about six months. A big part of many fairs is the 4-H events. Photos by SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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August 05, 2014 05:48 PM

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