Fair fun for all

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Above, on Sept. 17, Francesca Fitzger­ald, 2, of Char­lotte Hall and her fa­ther Brian Fitzger­ald, pose for a pic­ture dur­ing a Mary’s Go Round pony ride at the Charles County Fair. Right, Thur­rayaa Holmes, 12, of In­dian Head, gets her face painted by Mau­rice J. McDonough High School Drama Club mem­ber Rachel Marino, 14, and La Plata res­i­dent Len­nox McFad­den, 2, and her grand­fa­ther Jack Cozzens of New­burg feed the Mary’s Go Round camel named Jas­mine. Below left, the 81st Queen Ni­cotina, Jensen Con­klin, 17, gives a speech at the end of the pageant held at the Charles County Fair. Con­klin won a $1,000 schol­ar­ship from PNC Bank along with her crown. Below right, New­burg res­i­dent Cameron Ma­son, 6, left the Charles County Fair with two arms full of prizes, candy and food thanks to his mom Jessie Her­bert.

On Sept. 17, Mary­land State Se­na­tor Thomas “Mac” Mid­dle­ton stopped by the Charles County Arts Al­liance build­ing to sup­port the arts be­ing pre­sented at the Charles County Fair. On Sept. 17, hun­dreds flocked to the Charles County Fair in La Plata for fun, games and ac­tiv­i­ties the en­tire fam­ily could en­joy.

STAFF PHO­TOS BY TIFFANY WAT­SON

STAFF PHOTO BY TIFFANY WAT­SON

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