Thou­sands flock to Mid­dle­town Grange Fair

The Advance of Bucks County - - BUCKS COUNTY - Staff Re­ports

WRIGHT­STOWN – It was an­other great week at the Grange cair as thou­sands poured into the fair­grounds on Penns Park Road in Wright­stown for the an­nual agri­cul­tural ex­trav­a­ganza. The event even had the cows, sheep and chick­ens in the 4-H barns moo­ing, baaing and cluck­ing for PRrH. EnWHrWainPHnW ruOHG WhH rRRsW Gur­ing WhH fivH-Gay HvHnW, whiFh SuWs WhH sSRWOighW Rn WhH BuFNs CRunWy IarPing FRPPu­niWy. ParHnWs SushHG sWrROOHrs WhrRugh WhH aniPaO barns anG SasW WhH 4-H ex­hibits, teens hung out at the amuse­ment rides while oth­ers took in the hi­lar­i­ous an­tics of the hRW GRg Sig raFHs anG WhH MuWWs GRnH NuWs shRw. Rain IHOO Rn WhH firsW Gay RI WhH Iair, buW Whis yHar, unOiNH 2011, MRWhHr NaWurH sPiOHG Rn WhH HvHnW wiWh bHarabOH suPPHrWiPH FRnGiWiRns anG SOHnWy of sun­shine.

Three kids from Yardley wowed the Mid­dle­town Grange Fair Thurs­day night with a jump rope rou­tine that brought thun­der­ous ap­plause from the au­di­ence. Miles Borowsky, 11, Bran­don Fer­raro, 11, and Nathan Sil­ver­man, 12, jumped their way to first place out...

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