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Fun at the Farm Fair

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4-H members competed yesterday in a junior showmanship class at the 2010 Hawaii State Farm Fair at the Bishop Museum. The fair featured produce, gourmet foods, a plant sale, rides and entertainment.
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Annjane Williander and Earl-Lynn Phillips sampled the Aloun Farms melon yesterday.
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Jasmine Robello tended the 4H livestock exhibit yesterday.
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Detail of one of the torch ginger plants for sale.
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Tents covered the field at the Bishop Museum for the annual Hawaii State Farm Fair. The fair featured fresh produce, gourmet foods, a plant sale, keiki rides, live entertainment and more. It continues today from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults and $3 for children. Fair goers also have entry to all the museum attractions.
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Kate Wagner served up bread pudding yesterday at the 2010 Hawaii State Farm Fair at the Bishop Museum. Wagner's fresh baked goods included a variety of bread puddings, chocolate doughnuts and haupia.
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Dosik Kim worked the North Shore Cattle Catering tent yesterday. Some of the beef plates offered included meatloaf, stew and loco moco.

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