Keyword: Scott County 4-H
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Sept 10, 2003: After many years of planning and much work, Scott County officials unveiled their newly remodeled Administrative Center to the public. The six-story center was located in downtown Davenport in the building formerly known as the Bicentennial Building. Renovation cost $5.6 million. more
Lana Davis has been helping Scott County 4-H youth learn about animals for more than 45 years. She served as a leader for the 4-H Rabbit Club, “Ears Lookin’ at Ya!” while her children were members of 4-H. more
Sept. 1, 1993: Kansas Senator Bob Dole (a contender for the Republican presidential nomination) came to Scott County to fire up the troops at a rally held at the Starlite Ballroom, Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds, Davenport. more
Aug. 31, 1978: As the result of an informal hearing of the Iowa Department of Transportation, it was recommended to the Iowa Department of Transportation that the existing route of Highway 61 at Mt. Joy be stubbed off and a new route be relocated east of the proposed Freeway 561. more
Aug. 11, 1993: The North Scott Lancer softball team, coached by Dennis Johnson and assisted by Bob Rhinehart, came home from the state tournament with a state championship. more
View photos from the swine and rabbit shows. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
View photos from the market beef and 4-H Fashion Show. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
View photos from the horse and poultry shows. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
View photos from the dairy and breeding beef shows. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
View photos from the meat goat and sheep shows. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
View photos from the Dog Show, Horticulture, State Fair exhibitors, Family & Consumer Sciences, Visual Art, Photography, Ag & Natural Resources, Science, Engineering & Technology, Communications, County Classes and Personal Development. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
Mississippi Valley Fair Queen Dana Jamison, a North Scott High School senior from Princeton, joined the fun at Sandyland, a first-time fair attraction at the fair for kids. Jamison is active in 4H and theater, and was crowned fair queen by reigning Miss Iowa Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw. Jamison visited the area named for the late Sandy Coussens, wife of fair board director Rich Coussens. more
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