The 2017 Youth Board Application is now available. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2017. online at the link below and paper forms are available at WCHS. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tennessee Association of Fairs held its annual convention in Nashville, TN on January 19 through January 21. The theme for this year’s convention was “Make Fairs Great Again.” A good time was had by all who attended and we were even able to bring home some awards along the way.
Our 2016 FOF Sarah Kinnaird placed in the top 11
First Place for Best Fair Book/Catalog
3rd Place for Letterhead
3rd Place for Table Top Display
2nd Place for Fair Slideshow
The 2016 fair is officially over! The Board of Directors wants to thank everyone who worked and visited the fair this past week. It would not be possible without you all. We hope that you enjoyed your time with us and want to come back next year. We had wonderful weather, even if it was hot majority of the week, with rain only happening on Saturday night. However, we were still able to have our derby! Please check the site as we may be making changes to events and/or dates for the next year. Also, if you have any comments or suggestions- check out the contact us button and find the appropriate information for the area in which you are needing. Check out our Facebook page for pictures and live footage of the 2016 fair. Thank you for Ridin’ Rockin’ and Livestockin’ with us this year!
Sarah Kinnaird, current Nursing Student at Vol State Community College and 2015 graduate of White County High School, was named Fairest of the Fair in last night’s pageant. She will go on to compete at the state pageant held in Nashville in January of 2017. You will be able to see Sarah around the fair this week- from handing out ribbons to assisting with Kids Zone/Farmer for a Day on Thursday. Congratulations Sarah, we look forward to a wonderful year with you!
Pictured (L-R): Brooke Bruner, 2015 Fairest of the Fair, and Sarah Kinnaird, 2016 Fairest of the Fair.