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Mark Your Calendars! The dates for the 2004 Lancaster County Fair have been set for Aug. 4–8

"A special thanks to all the dedicated volunteers who make this community event possible!"

2003 Lancaster County Fair 4-H & FFA Results & Photos

Photos and results of events held during the County Fair are added to this site as available

Youth Participating in Kids Ag Awareness ActivityMore than 50,000 people discovered the fun at this year's Lancaster County Fair held July 30–Aug. 3 at the Lancaster Event Center.

4-H'ers were involved in many aspects of the fair. An estimated 632 4-H'ers exhibited 3,866 projects at the fair. Many volunteered at the 4-H Corner Stop or as guides for Fair Fun Day. 4-H Teen Council ran the 4-H Information Booth, Ice Cream Social, Cookie Eating Contest and Teen Dance. Citizen Washington Focus did face painting and other fund raising activities. The Rabbits 'R' Us 4-H Club ran a Dunking Booth to raise funds for landscaping at the Lancaster Event Center. 4-H Council sponsored Spudfest. Hundreds of 4-H volunteers worked behind the scenes to make the 4-H shows, contests and activities run smoothly. Members of the Lancaster Extension board helped serve at the Watermelon Feed. University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension in Lancaster County is proud to participate in this community event!

Take a moment to browse through the following photos and results from the Lancaster County Fair:

2003 Lancaster County Fair
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Lancaster County Fair is July 30-August 3, 2003
The Lancaster County Fair is at the Lancaster Event Center, Lincoln, Nebraska
4-H & FFA Fairbook

Panoramic Scenes

2003 Photos:

Year 2003 - Lancaster County Fair Photos by Vantage Imaging

Year 2002 - Lancaster County Fair Photos by Lancaster County Extension staff

Year 2002 - Lancaster County Fair Photos by Vantage Imaging

updated Tuesday, March 30, 2004 3:30 PM

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(For Open Class Results - Visit Lancaster Event Center)

Results updated as available:

Citizenship & Civic Education: Heritage, Citizenship

Communications & Expressive Arts I: Banners, Presentations, Posters, Chess, Theatre Arts, Special County Exhibits, Photography

Consumer & Family Science: Child Development, Sewing/Tailoring, Crotchet/Knitting, Decorate Your Duds, Create Your Corner, Home Building Blocks, Heirloom Treasures/Family Keepsakes, Design Decisions.

Consumer & Family Science - Celebrate Arts

Consumer & Family Science - Fashion Show

Environment & Earth Sciences - Tree Identification, Wildlife Conservation, Homes for Wildlife, Harvesting Equipment

Floriculture & Horticulture Updated

Healthy Lifestyles: Meals, Road to Good Cooking, Food Preservation, Six Easy Bites, Tasty Tidbits, You're the Chef, Foodworks, Safety, Fire Safety

Judging Contests: Life Challenge, Tree Identification, Grass and Weed Identification, Horticulture

Personal Development/Leadership: Business Sense, Money Maze

Science & Technology: Bicycle, Bicycle Safety, Entomology, Veterinary Science, Rocketry, Electricity, Wood Science, Welding, Shooting Sports Stationary Displays

Table Setting Contest

Animals:

4-H: Are You Into It?
Lancaster County 4-H

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