Ag Day at Polson Fairgrounds

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  • JARRET SEIFERT gets help from Polson Rural Fire District volunteer Larry Newell while sending water from a fire hose during Ag Day at the Polson Fairgrounds. Waiting his turn to handle the hose is Mason Alexander. Both are Linderman Elementary fourth-graders.

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    GRINDING GRAIN into flour is certainly hard work, as fourth-graders learned during Ag Day at the Polson Fairgrounds. Above, Aurorea Phillips gets help from Elena Shapiro of Food Core. Students also learned about soil erosion, raising livestock and other areas.

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    SIXTH-GRADER Lena Sturman shows one of the many chicken breeds that exist during a demonstration at Ag Day at the Polson Fairgrounds last week. Sturman was assisting Leslie Kline, who owns the Good Egg Farm just outside Ronan. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

  • JARRET SEIFERT gets help from Polson Rural Fire District volunteer Larry Newell while sending water from a fire hose during Ag Day at the Polson Fairgrounds. Waiting his turn to handle the hose is Mason Alexander. Both are Linderman Elementary fourth-graders.

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    GRINDING GRAIN into flour is certainly hard work, as fourth-graders learned during Ag Day at the Polson Fairgrounds. Above, Aurorea Phillips gets help from Elena Shapiro of Food Core. Students also learned about soil erosion, raising livestock and other areas.

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    Hay ride

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    SIXTH-GRADER Lena Sturman shows one of the many chicken breeds that exist during a demonstration at Ag Day at the Polson Fairgrounds last week. Sturman was assisting Leslie Kline, who owns the Good Egg Farm just outside Ronan. (Joe Sova photos/Lake County Leader)

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