Collinsville, Oklahoma
August 25-28, 2011
Collinsville Tri-County Fair
Livestock Shows & Other Activities Over 4 Days
66th Annual Event

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Two of the Branen girls (above) and Katie North (right) were most of the livestock show entrants from Collinsville with the majority of entrants from out of town FFAs and
4-H Clubs.
The weiner dog races at the Fair Saturday evening (above) were well organized and fun. The goat -vs- man race (below) occurred earlier in the day and was not on the schedule ... as a run away goat made it's way down Main Street several block before being captured and returned to the goat show at the Fair Grounds.
Maya Swartz was an instant winner as she had the only turtle show up for the turtle races Saturday.
Lexi Dirickson (left) and Summer Jennings (right) were spectators at the weiner dog races Saturday after cheering on their 5th grade football team earlier in the day at Sallee Field.
I'm gonna cut corners and limit my fair coverage to a just single page this year ... this is just a small sample of the many interesting activities and views missed by so many Collinsville residents at this unique old fashioned community event. -- Ted Wright (8/29/2011)

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