Alpacas, Cows, Trains, Oh My: 4-H Fair Returns to Bridgewater

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset County 4-H Fair returned to North Branch Park this week, with different animals, R.C. cars, model airplanes and much more.

Thousands headed out to the park in Bridgewater to see alpacas, cows, sheep, rabbits, chickens and horses, while also learning about the different clubs offered through the 4-H.

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