May 2020 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Fairs and Carnivals
Step right up—everyone’s a winner

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    Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
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    Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
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    Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
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    Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
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    Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
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    Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
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    Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
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    Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
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    Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
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    Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
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    Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
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    Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
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    Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
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    Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
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    Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
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    Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
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    Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.

Take a stroll down the midway with us. Enjoy the rides and breathe in the intoxicating aroma of deep-fried everything.

 

  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.
  • Rebecca Warren, Heart of Texas EC: “Riot of color offered blessed shade for one patio in the September heat of the State Fair of Texas.”
  • Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Close call.”
  • Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: “The pig and her handler catch up on badly needed sleep after the competition.”
  • Theresa McKee, Fannin County EC: “The icon of the Texas State Fair, Big Tex, after the fatal fire. Now he has a slightly new look.”
  • Rachelle Glenn, Guadalupe Valley EC: “Aurora and Will at the Come and Take It Carnival 2019 on one of their favorite rides.”
  • Angie Birmingham, Nueces EC: “The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a year-round carnival.”
  • Patricia Stehling, Central Texas EC: Rainbow Ferris wheel.
  • Chad Prahl, CoServ: “It’s not a fair without some cotton candy.”
  • Web Extra: Paul Lauder, Farmers EC: The Texas Star is one of the tallest Ferris wheels in the U.S. and the most popular ride at the State Fair of Texas.
  • Web Extra: Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: “This 1950s merry-go-round was a delightful part of a Texas aerospace company’s employee center for multiple generations until recently, when the property was sold.”
  • Web Extra: Jasmine Chandler, Grayson-Collin EC: “Our daughter, Jade, marvels at the lights and sounds of the merry-go-round with a Ferris wheel backdrop. This was at the St. Jude Carnival in Allen.”
  • Web Extra: Tso Davis, United Cooperative Services: “Reflections.”
  • Web Extra: Donna Hendrix, United Cooperative Services: A carnival in Stephenville.
  • Web Extra: Victoria Schmidt, Bluebonnet EC: “Washington County Fair 2019, barrow show. Photo by Audrey Schmidt.”
  • Web Extra: Jonnie England, Nueces EC: “On a warm summer night, does anything delight a child more than carnival rides, corn dogs, lemonade and funnel cakes?”
  • Web Extra: James Dozier, Trinity Valley EC: “Fun any way you look at it, straight up or upside down, at the State Fair of Texas!”
  • Web Extra: Jeffrey Monk, United Cooperative Services: While walking the midway at the 2019 state fair, Monk saw this family approaching with the background behind them and couldn’t resist taking this shot. After introductions and seeing the photo, they were appreciative. They later received a copy that had been edited by Monk in a way that reminded him of photos of the past.

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