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READY FOR FAIR

Columbiana County Historical Association members, from left, Denny Farmer of New Waterford, trustee Ron Cook of Leetonia and president Ray Chamberlin of New Waterford work on the windmill/water pump outside the Items of Yesteryear building in preparation for the Columbiana County Fair, which kicks off Monday. The group displays historical items both inside the building and out, with an old-fashioned horseshoeing stand one of the newest attractions. The display is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily during the fair in Lisbon.
Columbiana County Historical Association members, from left, Denny Farmer of New Waterford, trustee Ron Cook of Leetonia and president Ray Chamberlin of New Waterford work on the windmill/water pump outside the Items of Yesteryear building in preparation for the Columbiana County Fair, which kicks off Monday. The group displays historical items both inside the building and out, with an old-fashioned horseshoeing stand one of the newest attractions. The display is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily during the fair in Lisbon.
Ron Cook of Leetonia, Denny Farmer and Ray Chamberlin, both of New Waterford, move a piece of equipment outside for the Items of Yesteryear display, which is part of the Columbiana County Fair in Lisbon. All three are members of the Columbiana County Historical Association.
Morning Journal/ Mary Ann Greier New Waterford resident Carren Chamberlin looks at a rug in progress on a circa pre-1950 carpet loom inside the Items of Yesteryear building display at the Columbiana County Fairgrounds in Lisbon. The loom will be in operation during the fair, which starts Monday and continues through Aug. 8. For a schedule of events at the fair, visit the fair website at columbianacountyfair.com.

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