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FLORIDA FAIR NEWS


Celebrating Florida at the St. Lucie County Fair


“500 years of our Heritage” was the theme for the 48th


Annual St. Lucie County Fair. The Fair opened February 22nd and ran thru March 3. The entertainment lineup included, The Guess Who,


Kellie Pickler, Lloyd Mabrey, No Joe Clown Circus, The Whacky Wheeler, Recycle Cycle, Hypnotist, Chris Mabry, Rowdy The Rooster, Show Me Safari Racing Pigs and Petting Zoo, Top notch local bands and every dance group in the county. Advanced ticket sales started in early December and were steady throughout December and early January. The most popular of the advanced sales was the Mega Pass, which was good the entire 10 days and included both rides and gate admission daily. Of course like all of us we prayed for good weather and a


safe fair…and that is what we wish for our entire Spring Fair Family!!!


The Hillsborough County Fair themed “Hog Wild” ran October 17-21st and featured hay bales, and farm machinery.


Pictured above is from left to right: Junior Harvest


Queen 2012 Haley Riley; 2011 Harvest Queen Morgan Boykin; 2012 Hillsborough County Fair Harvest Queen Kallee Cook


The Guess Who and


Kellie Pickler were some of the featured entertainment at the St. Lucie County Fair


As President of the Federa- tion, Dan West has had the opportunity to travel and visit many of our Federation Fairs. At the Columbia County Fair he had the opportunity to visit with Linda Dowling, Columbia County Fair Complex and Fair Manager.


Don’t Miss the


IAFE Management Conference April 25-28


In West Palm Beach.


It is being hosted by the


South Florida Fair…..


So let’s turn out and give them our Support!


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