The Reno County 4-H Fair was in full swing Thursday morning in the Meadowlark Building at the Kansas State Fair. 4-H'ers sat with judges in conference judging as they talked through their projects including photography, foods, clothing, record books, displays, arts and crafts, woodwork, wheat and horticulture. There is even a display area for Cloverbuds, youth 5-6 years old who can participate in 4-H and then can become 4-H'ers when they are 7-18 years old. You can look at all of the 4-H and Open Class entries at the Reno County 4-H Fair! Support your local 4-H! 4-H'ers competed in animal show classes and stayed cool Saturday with the Water War event at Gottschalk Park. Click here for a schedule of Reno County 4-H events held at the Kansas State Fairgrounds from now through Monday, July 24th!