Fair offerings: winning ribbons, training chickens


July 29, 2021

Tom Morphet

Frankie Perry, left, and Charlotte Olerud share a laugh on Sunday while judging needlepoint exhibit entries at Harriett Hall. The pair worked at the first State Fair in 1969.

Taylen Reed couldn't get off from her job bartending at Kito's Kave in Petersburg to attend the 52nd Southeast Alaska State Fair, but she did manage to enter 10 pieces of her hand-made jewelry, including "Tree of Life," a wire-wrapping pendant on...

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