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Bothell winner in the Washington State Fair 4-H competition
The dogs pawed their way into the judges hearts using skill and obedience at the Washington State 4-H Fair hosted at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. Participants traveled from all across the state for a chance to amaze the judges at the state competition.
Cassandra Fieldson of Bothell was the Reserve Champion for Dog Fitting and Showing in the junior division. The junior division is defined by third through fifth grade.
The Washington State 4-H program focuses on providing life skill development. The program teaches young people sportsmanship, cooperation, leadership, team work, responsibility, knowledge development, respect for self and others, and communication skills.
The Washington State Fair is one of the biggest fairs in the world, and the largest in the Pacific Northwest. It started in 1900 in Puyallup, and welcomes over one million guests to the single largest attended event in the state.