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Faircracker SPRING 2020


Meet the new manager of the St. Lucie County Fair For the past seventeen years, Christine Iannotti has been a resident of St Lucie County, proud Mom of four and Grandmother of one, founding member of the Turkey Trot at Tradition, Port St Lucie Business Woman, Fort Pierce Woman’s Club, Volunteer at the Sunrise Theatre, Former Board Member & Walk Chair for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has built relationships and main- tained open doors among some of our largest non-profit’s


and their supporters, as well as small companies and mom and pop businesses. She has also sponsored, chaired, worked, hosted and organized many events on the Treasure Coast


ward to my retirement.


Although with mixed feelings I look for- It is time for my grand-


kids, family and friends! The fair board and my- self feel we have made the perfect choice for my replacement and I look forward to being a volun- teer in years to come…


Jeannie Keaton “I believe in St. Lucie county


and what it has to offer. I love the fair and how the fair show- cases what we have in St Lucie County! I look forward to seeing you all at the fair convention this year in St Augustine and best of luck to all spring fairs.


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MARCH 6-14, 2020 "Memories Made No Matter The Decade at the Sumter County Fair!"


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