Little Wade Ginn, almost two, takes a little horse ride between the Terrace Pony Club shows at the Skeena Valley Fall Fair last Saturday. Surrounding Wade on the left is his cousin Grace Campbell and mom Michelle Beaucage, and on the right is pony club rider Annah Campbell, another cousin.

Terrace locals enjoy Skeena Valley Fall Fair

Many locals enjoyed the animals, exhibits, booths and car show at the fair last weekend

By Jackie Lieuwen

Many locals enjoyed the animals, exhibits, booths and car show at the fair last weekend

 

Jessi Smith holds up her first place ribbon and new brush, won in the Terrace Pony Club show on Saturday, in the youth western pleasure division. It was Jessi’s first horse show, something she’s wanted to do for years, and surrounding friends burst with excitement for her.

Ohlund Pachal holds up his bunny June, a young california dwarf, while his sisters Eleanor and Zendaya look on. Ohlund is one of many kids from the Shamrock 4-H club who displayed their showmanship at the Skeena Valley Fall Fair last weekend.

Patti Louie enjoys Naphat Phonthaisong’s prize winning sunflowers at the Skeena Valley Fall Fair exhibits last Saturday.

Paul Sanetz holds up his prize winning asparagus pickles at the Skeena Valley Fall Fair exhibit last Saturday.

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