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“FAIR”LY IMPORTANT MATTERS . . . . . . . . . . ………………………………………….. Collier County Fair Benefit For Cheryl Gross

The Collier County Fair is currently working with their Junior

Fair Board to present The “GROSS” Walk October 27-31, 2010. This event will consist of the following activities: haunted walk, hay rides, pumpkin patch, games and crafts all to benefit board member Cheryl Gross. Cheryl has been diag- nosed with stage 4 melanoma. Cheryl underwent brain sur- gery a little over a month ago to remove a mass from her brain. At that time is was determined that the mass was can- cer. Cheryl also has a spot on her kidney and is currently wait- ing the removal of the mass and/or kidney. Cheryl is now be- ing referred to Moffitt Cancer Center and waiting on the next step in this long and tedious process. Cheryl has been a board member for 10 years and also works in the office at the fairgrounds during the Fair. As a board member Cheryl has worked hard in many aspects of the Fair, from decorating, family living, off season events, livestock, leader for our Junior Fair Board, served on numerous committees and has done just about anything you can think of when it comes to the Fair. During the Fair Cheryl works with all the concessionaires and assists in the office work. Cheryl’s heart is in the Fair business there are not many people that have put in the time, energy and effort that she does. Please continue to keep her and her family in your thoughts and prayers. Donations to help Cheryl with the medical bills incurred can be made out to the Collier County Fair. The Collier County Fair would like to thank everyone for all that has been done already to help Cheryl through this difficult time. It has been a great relief to all of us to see the “FAIR FAMILY” surround her with love and prayer.

Cheryl Gross (pictured on the far left) with Don

Jolly, Doris Graska,

Rhonda Ward, Lou Hoegsted, and Doug Holland

Correction to July issue: Opening Session at this year’s Convention was opened with the singing of the National Anthem by Lloyd Mabrey and the Doo Wah Riders.

A S E I L T A K O PCA HN S T Thom Giordano, Doris Graska, and Gayle Hart

for all their help taking photos, writing articles, editing ads, making phone calls, and proofing the newsletter.


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