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Clearwater County Fair and Orofino Lumberjack Days photos

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This aerial view of the Clearwater County Fair was taken by Charlie Pottenger.

Andy and Nathan Weimer are shown at the Clearwater County Fair with the creative bears hand carved by Andy. The artistic bears are carved in a variety of sizes. To place an order or for more information, call 208-299-1996.

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These next few photos show some floral exhibit entries, including ones that one best in show. Photos by Charlie Pottenger

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Ken Miller Logging won the OCI Parade’s Grand Champion Show Load.

IT’S A FAMILY AFFAIR--Alvie Marcellus, Spokane, WA and Michael, Christine and Carl Ramsey, all of Naches, WA, are a three generation family that competes each year in the OCI Lumberjack Days Logging Show competition. Michael won three of the competitions he participated in at this year’s event.

Orofino's VFW Post 3296 float in the OCI parade.

This fellow cleaned up after the horses during the OCI parade.

A group of ladies in old-time dresses.

The Idaho County Fair royalty.

Clearwater-Potlatch Timber Protection Association antique fire engine (above) and rotating aircraft float (below).

The Army National Guard's "Beautiful Beast" parade entry.

OCI’s Lumberjack Days skidder contest held Saturday at Debco’s Storage Yard area.

OCI’s Lumberjack Days truck driving contest held Saturday at Debco’s Storage Yard area.
The late Pink Greene was honored at this year’s truck driving contest.

Clay Weeks raised this year’s Grand Champion Market Beef. High bidder was Kuykendall Logging.
Shown with Weeks is Galen Kuykendall of Kuykendall Logging. High bid was $3.10 a pound

Lenne Bonner, Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics, was the high bidder for Allen Rowan’s Grand Champion Market Sheep, selling for $4.20 a pound.

Megan Gering is shown with her Grand Champion Market Swine that sold for $4.20 a pound.
High bidder was 4Stems
Custom Building. Shown with Gering is Carl Stemrich of 4Stems.

High bidder for the Reserve Market Beef, raised by Cody Terras, was Larson Logging and C&C Tech with a bid of $3.00 a pound.
Shown (l to r) are John Larson of Larson Logging, Alex Powers and Cody Terras.

Alyssa Rowan is shown with her Reserve Grand Champion Sheep and high bidder Millie Lansing for Brocke and Sons. The sheep sold for $3.50 a pound.

Reserve Champion Market Swine was raised by Destiny Jennings. Al Jones of Riverside Laundry and Carwash was the high bidder at $4.00 a pound.

4-H award winners at the 4-H Style Revue and awards program Friday night are (l to r): back row, Clay Weeks, Megan Gering, Elizabeth Dickinson, Tory Howard, Frank Newman, Angela Miller, Cameron Olson, Madison Colwell, Brianna Nichols, Joanna Powell; front row, Ken Miller, Alyssa Rowan, Jillie Stanley, Allen Rowan, Genevieve Gartung, Shelby Bird, Kendra Gillispie and Cre'Elle Lanier. Photo by Nancy Butler

Kendra Gillispie was named the 2011 4-H Style Revue top model at the Sept. 16 program at Orofino High School. Photo by Nancy Butler

Tami Wayt was named 2011 4-H Leader of the Year at the 4-H Style Revue and awards program Sept. 16. Photo by Nancy Butler

Brittney Berreth was the 4-H Livestock Fitting and Showing Top Sheep Showman at the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

Clay Weeks was the 4-H Livestock Fitting and Showing Top Beef Showman during the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

Clay Weeks was the 4-H Large Animal Round Robin winner during the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

Elizabeth Dickinson was the 4-H Livestock Fitting and Showing Top Poultry Showman at the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

Elizabeth Dickinson was the 4-H Small Animal Round Robin winner during the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

Joe Stanley was the 4-H Livestock Fitting and Showing Top Swine Showman during the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

Sicily Erb was the 4-H Livestock Fitting and Showing Top Rabbit Showman during the Clearwater County Fair. Photo by Tami Wayt

All-Around Jack for OCI’s 64th annual Lumberjack Days is Mel Lentz, Diana, WV.
Shown with Lentz are OCI Queen Rachel Millard and Princesses Darby Browning and Morgan Adams.

Brenda Pouchnik, Viola, and Erin LaVoie, Spokane, are the 64th annual OCI Lumberjack Days All-Around Jills (left and center).
Shown with them is OCI Queen Rachel Millard.

Junior Jack Birling winner is Michael Ramsey, Naches, WA. Shown with Ramsey is OCI Princess Darby Browning.

Violet Bastedo, Snoqualmie, WA, is the Junior Jill Birling champion.

World Championship Jack and Jill Sawing winners are David Jr. and Annette Moses, Snoqualmie, WA.

Junior Jack and Jill Sawing champions are OCI Princess Darby Browning and Michael Ramsey, Naches, WA.

Tanner Gilliam, Orofino, and Michael Ramsey, Naches, WA, are the Junior Jack Sawing winners.
Shown with them is OCI Princess Darby Browning.

Junior Jill Sawing winners are Violet Bastedo, Snoqualmie, WA and OCI Princess Morgan Adams.