“So Many Memories….. So Little Space”
Favorite Fair Memory – “My favorite fair memories were watching the numerous kids who I taught to show their calves, win their dairy showmanship classes.”
Favorite Fair Memory – “It’s not the food or fairways – it’s seeing friends – old and new at the Commerce buildings where i exhibit every year.”
Favorite Fair Memory – “Watching hard work pay off while the youth are having fun.”
Favorite Fair Memory – “Each year our 4-H club made a float for the Sunday night parade in front of the grand stand at the Sandusky County Fair. There were lots of Kleenex flowers in chicken fence.”
Favorite Fair Memory – My favorite memory of the fair is the variety of activities and opportunities provided to me through our county 4-H programs. Win or lose, I loved being able to get in front of a judge or crowd of people and demonstrate my potential and drive.
“A Kid With His Fair Book”
Favorite Fair Memory – “All my fair memories were good. It is hard to pick one. When I was a kid I was so excited for the fair. It was the equivalent to a kid going to Cedar Point. Before the start of fair, the fair book would come out and I would sit down and read it.”
“Long Day’s End”
Favorite memory of the fair: My favorite memory of the fair would just be growing up at the fair and showing when I was old enough to. I showed horses every year, dogs one year and had FFA projects. You’ll never forget the memories made at fair or the friendships.”
“Interview Station #3″
Favorite Fair Memory -” A lot of my fair memories involve a picnic table. Each year my project interviews were held at a picnic table. Each day my family shared a meal from the pork barn and sat at a picnic table. Catching up with friends was always at a picnic table.”
Favorite Fair Memory – Being a 4-H adviser for 35 years and helping children benefit from all that 4-H has to offer. She was also privileged to have all three of her children in 4-H with numerous projects and many wonderful memories.
“Fair is Family”
Favorite Fair Memory – “All six of my nieces and nephews were old enough to finally show animals at the fair, they all showed goats. It was so much fun watching them help each other and work together. Very proud of all of them and the way they worked as a family.”
“Favorite 4-H Memories”
Favorite Memory of the Fair – ” As a 4-H member and and an advisor for over 66 years, there are many. My favorites are the days spent judging small animal 4-H projects in several counties for many years.”
Vote Early……. Vote Often
Bad Art Ball/Auction
October 5, 2017
The art work can be seen in person at the Soil and Water Conservation area during the Shelby County Fair and at Gateway Arts Council’s Gallery starting 8/7/17. The Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Weekends and evenings are by appointment.
All the artwork will be auctioned off at the Gateway Arts Council’s Bad Art Ball on Oct. 5th. If you would like a ticket to the dinner/action please call Gateway Arts Council. If you would like to bid on the work but cannot attend the Ball, please call Gateway and we will take your bid over the phone. All proceeds from the votes and auction go to support the Gateway Arts Council and the Jr. Fair Improvement Fund.