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This “sand castle” is actually an edible entry in the “decorated food item” category. Brice Kaiser from Busy Buzzers 4-H Club won a purple ribbon for the entry.

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Berny Unruh was a shoe-in at the Red Shoe Kick, Wednesday at the Barton County Fair. The Barton County K-State Extension agent suggested the friendly game for the 4-H Youth Rally on the official opening day of the fair.
For the Shoe Kick, participants entered the Expo III Arena, stuck their feet into red shoes and kicked the footwear are far as possible.
“We used to do this in my elementary school,” Unruh said. “My family would practice at home to see which shoes flew the best.”
The games were organized by Barton County’s eight 4-H ambassadors. These high ...

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