Over 2,000 people came to the Lewis County Fair on Saturday night, for various entertainment including mud bogs ran by Havoc in the Hills, The Joseph Sisters and The Voice Season 11 winner Sundance Head.
Sundance Head, kept people coming through, the gate at the fair until past 8 p.m.
Also on Saturday, the Putnam Princesses made their appearance with Belle, Gaston, Cinderella, Ariel and Snow White.
Although attendance was down on Friday evening, due to impending storms and rain in the forecast, that did not stop parents, grandparents, relatives and children from coming the the pretty baby contest.
Contest winners were: Boys 0-12 months John Rideiro Mates, Girls 0-12 month Oakley Stuart, Boys 13-24 months Cameron Lowndes, Girls 12-24 Madelyn Cook and Girls 25-35 months Finley Pharis.
Oakley Stuart also was awarded the title of Lewis County Fair Princess by raising the most money during the fan favorite voting. Money raised from this effort is donated to the Lewis County Fair Queen Scholarship fund.
On Wedesday, one of the most popular events of the fair was the Power Wheels mud bog. Children ran their power wheels through a small mud pit.
The children that made it though the fastest in the two age groups won a prize. Prizes were awarded to first and second places in each age division. The winners were: Liam Kiser, Reid (no last name included), Kynzie Ball and Avari Nutter.
There were many more additions to the fair including: characters, rides, games, talent competition, Jaws BBQ Eating Contest, Demo Derby and a mock strike demonstration.
“We had a lot of people through the gate and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves,” said Lewis County Fair Association President Jason Starcher.
The 25th annual Lewis County Fair plans will begin in the next few weeks and the Lewis County Fair Board will meet on July 26, at 5 p.m., at the Weston Fire Department, to start planning. Meeting are open to the public.