Life is starting to get back to normal at the Auglaize County Fairgrounds which were hit hard by the June 29th storms.
Four buildings on the fairgrounds sustained heavy roof damage including two horse barns.
Now fair officials are trying to figure out the best way to take care of the damage, estimated to be around fifty thousand dollars.
Temporary repairs were wrapped up quickly as crews had to prepare for several events including a couple festivals and the fair.
But now it's time to meet with insurance adjustors to get some permanent work done.
A couple of the buildings were already on the schedule for roof repairs or replacements including the Fruit Hall which comes with a price tag of around 25 thousand dollars.
Fair Manager Fred Piehl says mother nature has just speeded up the process.