A collection of our stories and photos from the 2014 Angelina County Fair being held this week at the George H. Henderson Exposition Center in Lufkin.
Months of hard work were rewarded Saturday evening with cold, hard cash during the annual auction at the Angelina County Fair.
Jennings Sanders’ patience and months of training were rewarded Friday night when his steer was named grand champion of the Market Steer Show at the 65th annual Angelina County Fair.
Months of hard work came to a finale Thursday as students from area high schools showed off their wares during agriculture mechanics show judging at the 65th annual Angelina County Youth Fair.
About 220 students entered cookies, pies and breads which were judged on the second day of the 65th annual Angelina County Fair Wednesday with a few unique recipes and old cookbook favorites at the George H. Henderson Exposition Center.
HUDSON — Refusing to let the weather dampen their spirits, roughly 40 students turned out Tuesday morning for the annual Angelina County Fair forestry competition at the Texas A&M Forest Service complex in Hudson.
The Angelina County Youth Fair is off to a sweet start — literally. Yesterday at 9 a.m., the Expo Center’s special events room was filled with rows of delicious cakes and eager culinary students vying for a “Best of Show” award. Judges chose their favorite cakes, desserts and cheesecakes Tuesday afternoon, and today they will select the winning cookies, pies and breads.
Angelina County students will showcase their animals, baked goods and 4-H projects during the 65th Annual Angelina County Fair this week at the George H. Henderson Jr. Exposition Center.
This morning, the 65th version of the annual Angelina County Fair begins at the George H. Henderson Jr. Exposition Center. For the next five days more than 900 young people will be competing in a number of traditional agriculture-related events. Many of those young people have been working toward this event for years.
Presenting delectable cheesecakes and looking like professional chefs, as some aspire to become, Lufkin High School Culinary II students prepared desserts for judging Wednesday in hopes of creating an identical winner for the upcoming Angelina County Youth Fair.
The Angelina County Fair is almost here.
The very first livestock division at this year’s Angelina County Fair will be the breeding and market rabbit show that will be held at 4 p.m. Feb. 25.
It’s true. Showing a pig is the most entered livestock division this year and has been for quite some time. The Angelina County Fair exhibitors are preparing for the show that is just over two weeks away.
Hudson 4-H forestry students, from left, Roma Fenley, Weston McKinley and Madison Jeffrey talk to judges while competing in tree volume and site index Tuesday morning at Texas A&M Forest Service in Hudson.
In the “Frosted Cakes,” pre-junior category, Angelina County Youth Fair cake contest winners include (from left) Madeline Havard of Huntington FCCLA, Logan Peikert of 4-H Horse Club and Kiersten Whitaker of Huntington 4-H.
Junior “Frosted Cakes” winners include Chiann Basham of Diboll FFA, Mackenzie Foley of Huntington 4-H and Laura Long of Blue Ribbon 4-H.
Senior “Frosted Cakes” winners in the Angelina County Youth Fair are Sydney Sheffield of Lufkin FCCLA, Noah Vier of 4-H Horse Club and Ramsay Campbell of Livestock 4-H.
Pre-junior winners in the “Cakes with or Without Glaze” category include Skylar King of Huntington FCCLA, Hallie Hanna of Huntington FCCLA and Lexie Foley of Huntington 4-H.
Junior winners in the “Cakes with or Without Glaze” category are Mary Grace Polk of 4-H Horse Club, Jeffrey Dover of Diboll 4-H and Brook Long of Blue Ribbon 4-H.
Senior “Cakes with or Without Glaze” winners in the Angelina County Youth Fair include Raelee Caddenhead of Lufkin FCCLA, Mary Grace Stacy of Lufkin FCCLA and Jessica Herring of Zavalla FCCLA.
Cade Milligan, 16, of Hudson FFA won the title of grand champion in Thursday afternoon's market lamb show at the Angelina County Fair in the George H. Henderson Jr. Exposition Center in Lufkin.
Family members and friends watch show their lambs in the heavyweight division of Thursday afternoon's market lamb show at the Angelina County Fair in the George H. Henderson Jr. Exposition Center in Lufkin.
Holt Nichols, 10, from the 4-H Horse Club won the title of reserve champion in Thursday afternoon's market lamb show at the Angelina County Fair in the George H. Henderson Jr. Exposition Center in Lufkin.
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