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Final Day Of Branch County 4-H Fair
Saturday Aug 09, 2014 9:37am
Coldwater, MI

By: Mike Stiles

(COLDWATER) – The Branch County 4-H Fair comes to an end today with plenty of events and activities.

The lightweight & heavyweight horse pulling will start at 9 AM in the amphitheater. At 10 Am is the pedal power pull for kids in the 4-H cabin pavilion and at 10:30 is a fun day in the horse arena.

At 1 PM is the Ag Olympics and at 2 PM is the adult pedal pull in the 4-H cabin pavilion followed by the livestock judging in the show shelter at 3 PM.

In addition to the midway and all of its fun, at 7 PM will be the mid summer pro mud racers championship in the amphitheater. Tickets are $10 for adults with is anyone 13 and older. Kids ages 4-12 get in for just $5.

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