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Caitlyn Wasmundt | Civitas MediaStep one:Batter is poured into a machine that spits out perfectly formed donuts into a vat of hot oil.
Caitlyn Wasmundt | Civitas MediaStep one:Batter is poured into a machine that spits out perfectly formed donuts into a vat of hot oil.
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From dawn to well past dusk, donuts were made at the Lorain County Fair.


For the past 50 years, dedicated volunteers and Wellington Dukes marching band members have been making thousands of donuts during the week-long event and fair-goers have gobbled them up, leaving no leftovers.


Making donuts is a family tradition for some.


Janelle McKinley said her father made the sweets when he was a Wellington High School marcher and the streak has continued as her children join the band’s ranks.


The donut booth brings in money every year for the Wellington Band Boosters, which supports the musicians so they can take trips.


Caitlyn Wasmundt may be reached at 440-647-3171 or on Twitter @LC_CaitW.


 
 
 
 
 
 
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