AgFest costume contest

TOP: Nine-year-old Gracie Irola with the Escalon 4H dressed as Cleopatra while her steer Harold was made up as King Tut in the annual costume contest where animals are dressed up by the kids who raised them at the AgFest at the San Joaquin County fairgrounds in Stockton.  BOTTOM LEFT: Fourteen-year-old Erin Grogan, left, and 15-year-old Emma Bracco, with the Escalon FFA dressed up themselves as well as their respective goats Tank and Mepe as Dr. Seuss characters Thing 2 and Thing 1. BOTTOM RIGHT: Eleven-year-old Belle Begllinger with the French Camp 4H puts a Hawaiian lei on her turkey Gloria Gobbles to make her a “luau girl” in the annual farm animal costume contest. [CLIFFORD OTO/THE RECORD]

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