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Nails,Seeds,Music at KRFO stage

The entertainment lineup at the KRFO Stage at the Steele County Fair: Nail Driving, Watermelon Seed Spitting, Music and fair manager Jim Gleason yodeling!

Ladies Nailing Driving made history on Thursday with a man (dressed as a woman) participating for the first time! Jeffery Jackson from the Owatonna People’s Press gave it a try as part of his ‘behind the scenes’ series at the fair.

 

 

The Stanley Koslosky Band took to the stage on Saturday.

Fair manager Jim Gleason was pulled into a performance by Lisa Murphy, the Singing Cowgirl.

Dave Lax (right) won the Watermelon Seed Spitting contest while representing the Knights of Columbus. Bob helps with the KRFO stage.

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