Monmouth County Fair- July 28, 2017

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Patrons enjoy picking their prize for winning the water balloon game at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy a beekeeping demonstration by Geff <> Vitale, of Belmar at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy the Swinger at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy the Super Slide at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Stan Ronner, 4, and his dad Al, of Manalapan enjoy the bumper cars at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Nolan, 4, and Madyn <> Mortenson, of Brick, enjoy fishing with their dad Peter at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy a variety of food at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Jenna Farina, of Old Bridge enjoys the thrills of the Sizzler at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy romping on heavy equipment at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rebecca Peslak, of Millstone shows her Pygora Goat during the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons at the Monmouth County on Jul 28.check out sheep from Red Valley Dorsets, a farm in Cream Ridge owned by the Bruins family.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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"Rodney" a sheep from Red Valley Dorsets, a farm in Cream Ridge owned by the Bruins family checks out patrons at the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rebecca Peslak, of Millstone shows her Goat during the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rebecca Peslak (L) Brooke Levens, both of Millstone show their Pygora Goats during the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons at the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28 check out sheep from Red Valley Dorsets, a farm in Cream Ridge owned by the Bruins family.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy picking their prize for winning the water balloon game at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy a beekeeping demonstration by Geff <> Vitale, of Belmar at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy the Swinger at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy the Super Slide at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Stan Ronner, 4, and his dad Al, of Manalapan enjoy the bumper cars at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Nolan, 4, and Madyn <> Mortenson, of Brick, enjoy fishing with their dad Peter at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy a variety of food at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Jenna Farina, of Old Bridge enjoys the thrills of the Sizzler at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons enjoy romping on heavy equipment at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rebecca Peslak, of Millstone shows her Pygora Goat during the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons at the Monmouth County on Jul 28.check out sheep from Red Valley Dorsets, a farm in Cream Ridge owned by the Bruins family.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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"Rodney" a sheep from Red Valley Dorsets, a farm in Cream Ridge owned by the Bruins family checks out patrons at the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rebecca Peslak, of Millstone shows her Goat during the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Rebecca Peslak (L) Brooke Levens, both of Millstone show their Pygora Goats during the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28.SCOTT FRIEDMAN
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Patrons at the Monmouth County Fair on Jul 28 check out sheep from Red Valley Dorsets, a farm in Cream Ridge owned by the Bruins family.SCOTT FRIEDMAN