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4-H teaches respect, responsibility through generations

The families behind the fair animals

4-H clubber Emma Richardson, 14, bridles her horse, Wisdom, while her mom, Shannon, tears down decorations in the horse barn.
4-H clubber Emma Richardson, 14, bridles her horse, Wisdom, while her mom, Shannon, tears down decorations in the horse barn on Monday, Aug. 14, at the Northwest Washington Fair. Emma’s aunt, Clara Didonato, saved Wisdom from a slaughterhouse and rode her when she was in 4-H. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Simone Higashi News Intern
Three generations of sisters and daughters filled the Northwest Washington Fair horse barn last week
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