Dogs get in on fair competition

Fair visitors stroll down the midway Tuesday at the 61st annual Jefferson City Jaycees’ Cole County Fair. Saturday was the last day of the fair.

Fair visitors stroll down the midway Tuesday at the 61st annual Jefferson City Jaycees’ Cole County Fair. Saturday was the last day of the fair. Photo by Kelley McCall.

With wagging, panting dogs performing a variety of maneuvers in attempts to earn their owners a coveted blue ribbon, the first official 4-H dog show officially was kicked off Saturday at Memorial Park, as part of the Jefferson City Jaycees Cole County Fair.

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Jennifer Winkleman, dog show superintendent, was excited for the first “full-out dog show.” In previous years, a smaller demonstration has been held.

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