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Big night for Bellmont and Preble Pathfinders

July 24, 2013

Casey Krueckeberg and Paige LeMaster. (Photo by Rebekah R. Blomenberg)

    It was Bellmont High School and Preble Pathfinders night at the Adams County 4-H Fair on Tuesday as Casey Kreuckeberg was annnounced as Royal Ambassador and Paige LeMaster was named Distinguished Ambassador.
    Krueckeberg is a recent Bellmont graduate while LeMaster will be a junior there in the upcoming school year. Both are members of the Pathfinders 4-H Club.
    The new ambassadors were announced on stage Tuesday night at the Monroe Fairgrounds, capping a busy evening which also featured the annual parade. Excellent weather brought out a huge crowd for what is traditionally the fair's biggest night.
    The fair begins heading into the homestretch today, which is Substance Abuse Awareness Day at the fairgrounds.
    Further details in today's print and e-editions.

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