The Farm Bureau Park in Eureka was busy and had a week full of judging, competition and fun for the Woodford County 4-H fair held July 21-24.

The four-day long event was kicked off with the horse show which began at 10 a.m. on July 21.

The Farm Bureau Park in Eureka was busy and had a week full of judging, competition and fun for the Woodford County 4-H fair held July 21-24.

The four-day long event was kicked off with the horse show which began at 10 a.m. on July 21.

Check-in’s followed for the upcoming days with over 38 events being judged in categories ranging from plants and soil science judging to consumer education and a dog costume judging segment.

For entertainment, there was a kid’s tractor pull on Tuesday and at 6 p.m. attendees could enjoy a root beer float and listen to the Central Illinois Banjo Club.

On Aug. 9 the Illinois State Fair exhibit day will take place and Woodford County will exhibit all of it’s projects.

For more photos see page A2.

Results from the Woodford County 4-H fair were not available before press deadline.