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4-H Fair participants take time to show talent

July 18, 2013

4-H leaders perform a rendition of “Leader of The Pack” at Wednesday’s talent show. Pictured, from left, are Craig Sroufe, Janie Oliver, Rhonda Sroufe, Tracey Laux, Yvette Palmer, Lucy Draper. Post & Mail photos /Melany Love

COLUMBIA CITY — The second annual 4-H Has Talent event had a large turnout.

Half the crowd was forced to stand through the performances due to a packed venue.

An area radio station emceed the event and collected pledges to aid St. Jude's Children's Hospital.

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