From left, Anabelle Stringham, 4, Nicky Hendrickson, 2, and Wyatt Stringham, 5, enjoy the first day of the Clallam County Fair on Aug. 14. The Stringhams are from Port Angeles; Hendrickson is from Forks. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Anabelle Stringham, 4, Nicky Hendrickson, 2, and Wyatt Stringham, 5, enjoy the first day of the Clallam County Fair on Aug. 14. The Stringhams are from Port Angeles; Hendrickson is from Forks. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Ropin’, rockin’ and rides at 100th Clallam County Fair

Highlights from the 2019 Clallam County Fair — the fair’s 100th since its inception in 1895.

See more photos from the fair here.

Brothers Gary Brock, left, and Johnny Callisesi of Port Angeles play a friendly game of bubble ball at the Clallam County Fair on Aug. 17.

Brothers Gary Brock, left, and Johnny Callisesi of Port Angeles play a friendly game of bubble ball at the Clallam County Fair on Aug. 17.

Nathaniel Baze, 7, at left, talks with Steve Dryke of the North Olympic Railroaders group at the Clallam County Fair last week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Nathaniel Baze, 7, at left, talks with Steve Dryke of the North Olympic Railroaders group at the Clallam County Fair last week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

At left, 3-year-old Stormie Trevino, and Stephanie Trevino enjoy multiple rides on a slide at the Clallam County Fair carnival last week.

At left, 3-year-old Stormie Trevino, and Stephanie Trevino enjoy multiple rides on a slide at the Clallam County Fair carnival last week.

From left, Kiari Latson, 10, Mallory Hartman, 9, and Annelisa Rosenkranz, 8, enjoy a ride at the Clallam County Fair last week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

From left, Kiari Latson, 10, Mallory Hartman, 9, and Annelisa Rosenkranz, 8, enjoy a ride at the Clallam County Fair last week. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Levi Breithaupt, a 10-year-old who will enter Greywolf Elementary School as a fifth -grader next year, shows his steer Frostbite at the Clallam County Fair last week. A five-year veteran of 4-H, Breithaupt has show a variety of livestock at the county fair, including chickens, turkeys and cattle. It was his first year raising steer for the junior livestock auction. “I worked very hard to raise Frostbite and did all the feeding and watering on my own,” Breithaupt wrote.

Levi Breithaupt, a 10-year-old who will enter Greywolf Elementary School as a fifth -grader next year, shows his steer Frostbite at the Clallam County Fair last week. A five-year veteran of 4-H, Breithaupt has show a variety of livestock at the county fair, including chickens, turkeys and cattle. It was his first year raising steer for the junior livestock auction. “I worked very hard to raise Frostbite and did all the feeding and watering on my own,” Breithaupt wrote.

Even by the first day, some county fair attendees were simply hog-tired. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Even by the first day, some county fair attendees were simply hog-tired. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Faern Tait of Port Angeles shows off Valentina, a 10-year-old alpaca, at the Clallam County Fair last week.

Faern Tait of Port Angeles shows off Valentina, a 10-year-old alpaca, at the Clallam County Fair last week.

Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Zoie Davis, 14, of Forks, holds her dachshund Dixie at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Zoie Davis, 14, of Forks, holds her dachshund Dixie at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Elizabeth Barrett of West End Taxidermy talks with a fair-goer at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Elizabeth Barrett of West End Taxidermy talks with a fair-goer at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Elizabeth Barrett of West End Taxidermy talks with a fair-goer at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Elizabeth Barrett of West End Taxidermy talks with a fair-goer at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Elizabeth Barrett of West End Taxidermy talks with a fair-goer at the Clallam County Fair last week. Davis is part of the Happy Tails 4-H Club. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Sequim High Schooler Amelia Hermann looks to snag her steer during the Breakaway Roping event at Sunday’s rodeo. She did it in 4 seconds. See more fair photos on A-15 and A-16. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

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