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Convention News 2018 Ag Award Winners


Category 1 – Newly established or evolving program/exhibit at your fair which promotes agriculture to the fair going public. Small Fairs 1st Place – Hillsborough County Fair 2nd Place – Citrus County Fair Medium Fairs 1st Place – KVLS & Osceola County Fair 2nd Place – Clay County Fair 3rd Place – Martin County Fair Large Fairs 1st Place – Florida Strawberry Festival 2nd Place – Florida State Fair


Category 2 – Program/event/exhibit designed to educate consumers/fair-going public of a current agricultural or fair industry challenge. Small Fairs 1st Place – Hillsborough County Fair Medium Fairs 1st Place – KVLS & Osceola County Fair Large Fairs 1st Place – Florida State Fair


Category 3 – Non-Fair related agricultural event/program which is produced or co-produced by your Fair. Small Fairs 1st Place – Hillsborough County Fair Medium Fairs 1st Place – Clay County Fair 2nd Place – KVLS & Osceola County Fair Large Fairs 1st Place – Florida State Fair


President Dawn Rowe presents awards Top L-R: Suzanne Holcomb, Hillsborough County Fair. Kandi McPherson, Citrus County Fair. 2nd row: Pete Sutton, Clay County Fair, Miranda Muir, Osceola County Fair. Bottom: Justin Cantrell, Martin County Fair.


PAST PRESIDENTS: Back row: Rick Vymlatil 1999 & 2015; Darwin Fuchs 1978 & 1979; Artie McIntyre 2010, Happy Norris 2004 & 2012; Clark Converse 2005. Front: Lisa Hinton 2006; Martha Leverock 1998; Vicki Chouris 2007; Doris Graska 2009; Jeanne Keaton 2011, Dawn Rowe 2017; Gayle Hart 2014.


22 FAIRCRACKER-SUMMER 2018


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