Traditions shared at Wisconsin's State Fair
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WEST ALLIS- Nearly everyone at Wisconsin's State Fair that talked to TODAY'S TMJ4's Todd Hicks shared something they love about the fair like the food or rides, but they also say its also all about tradition.
For Melissa Vukovich, the Wisconsin State Fair is a family affair.
"It's just a tradition we come to opening day every year," said Vukovich.
The yearly event began as a little kid, a place where no matter what the age, there was something for everyone.
"The rides, the kids always want to get a funnel cake and I like to do a little shopping," said Vukovich.
Others like Missy Katz have something else on their mind. "Cream puffs, can't wait!"
Katz who is shipping off to boot camp Monday, made one last stop at the fair, before becoming an official adult.
That cream puff wasn't the only thing Katz wanted, she also wanted one last trip down the giant slide, just like she used to with mom.