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Homemade wares, food at Grabill Country Fair

Today’s final day of the 41st annual Grabill Country Fair features a parade at 10 a.m. and includes frog games, a blueberry pie-eating contest, a jump-rope contest and a nail-driving/crosscut-sawing contest.
Photos by Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Friday morning outside the Graber BBQ tent at the Grabill Country Fair, Lester Graber cooks up mushrooms wrapped in bacon while Loren Graber, 6, looks on.

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