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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013 1B Chipper the Chipmunk, the fair's mascot standing at left, joins indulging fairgoers in "Treat" Alley. A rainbow appears in tl~e distance behind the Ferris wheel at dusk Sunday during the fair. Photo by James Wilson Two girls experience the thrill a new ride Beaton of Rampage, at the Plumas-Sierra County Fair carnival held Aug. 14-18. Photos by Laura The fair takes on a new persona as dusk descends. The lights of the Zipper and other rides and games entice kids and adults alike to have fun. A colorful goat and her 4-H owner are ready to strut their stuff during the animal exhibits at the SPI Pavillion. Twoyoung girls hold their own as they race around the track in their shooting machine. Big crowds enjoy good times asday turns to night and the lights of the carnival rides and vendor booths come alive. Lights from the booths and rides shine during the fair Sunday night. Photo by James Wilson Rusty Robinson, left, and Jake Hall share a monstrous serving of curly fries. Photo by James Wilson ~i : ~ These three youths enjoy an American Valley sunset from the FerrJs wheel. Photo by James Wilson This happy youngster is all smiles as she rides the merry-go-round on Kid's Day. Local families like the Felkers and Warrens came out in droves to enjoy the county fair Thursday, Aug. 15. There was something for everyone at the 2013 county fair m reportedly the 154th Plumas-Sierra County Fair This gorgeous garden created by Bennett Enterprises is the first-place garden exhibits. A huge variety of floriculture/agriculture exhibits were on of fair-goers to view last weekend. winner in the group display for thousands SEE FAIR PARADE PHOTOS, on page 16B