Fun for all at Portsmouth’s 4-H Fair (photos)

Katelin Kuyoth, 18, competes in Sunday’s doughnut-eating contest, which was sponsored by Ma’s Donut. Competitors weren’t allowed to use their hands as they each tried to eat a doughnut dangling from a string. Photo by Jim McGaw. Katelin Kuyoth, 18, competes in Sunday’s doughnut-eating contest, which was sponsored by Ma’s Donut. Competitors weren’t allowed to use their hands as they each tried to eat a doughnut dangling from a string. Photo by Jim McGaw.

PORTSMOUTH — Cow pies got flung, dangling doughnuts were chomped and barnyard animals took the spotlight at The Eastern Rhode Island 4-H Country Fair over the weekend.

Glen Park was a busy place Saturday and Sunday as families turned out in droves to check out the cows, horses, rabbits and other animals on display.

There were also martial arts and dance demonstrations, amusements, games, a decorated bike parade, eating contests and lots more.

For more information about 4-H, click here.

Check out a gallery of photos from the fair — taken by Richard W. Dionne Jr. and Jim McGaw — below.

Katelin Kuyoth, 18, competes in Sunday’s doughnut-eating contest, which was sponsored by Ma’s Donut. Competitors weren’t allowed to use their hands as they each tried to eat a doughnut dangling from a string. Photo by Jim McGaw.

 

 

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