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Adair County Fair & Horse Show wins state runner up plaque

Award is for Class AA Fair Catalog Award in slick finish category
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By Greg Thomas News from the Adair County Fair & Horse Show

COLUMBIA, KY (2013-01-15) - Adair County Fair & Horse Show members attended the 66th Annual Kentucky Association of Fair & Horse Show convention in Louisville, Kentucky this past weekend. While there they received the state runner up Class AA Fair Catalog award in the slick finish category and confirmed plans for the 2013 Adair County Fair.

Attending were: Adair County Fair Board members Fay Davidson, Susan Perkinson, Adair County, James Curry, Harriet Hadley, Jamie Hadley; and Winston Keltner.



The 2013 Adair County Fair & Horse Show dates are scheduled for July 4, July 6, and July 8- July 13, 2013. Family fun games and fireworks are on the schedule for the fourth of July with the Horse Show taking place on Saturday night, July 6, 2013.

Beginning on Monday July the 8 to July 13, Myers International will be playing nightly in the midway. This year we'll again have the pay one price at the gate of $10.00 but on Monday July 8 there'll be a $1.00 off admission coupon available and Wednesday, July 10 will be senior citizen night plus it's family night and admission will only be $8.00 (instead of $10.00) a person that night, which includes all the rides.

This year's fair plans on bringing back popular events from years past such as demolition derbies, cattle shows, beauty pageant, truck pulls, baby pageants, mule pulls, talent shows, floral hall, ATV's, fun pet show, petting zoo, and laser tag plus others. A complete schedule will be out in the coming weeks. - Greg Thomas


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Adair Co. Fair & Horse Show, state runner up, catalog Contest



2013-01-15 - Louisville, KY - Photo by Greg Thomas Photography.
Adair County Fair & Horse Show wins state runner up Class AA Fair Catalog Award in slick finish category - Adair County Fair & Horse Show members attended the 66th Annual Kentucky Association of Fair & Horse Show convention in Louisville, Kentucky this past weekend. While there they received the state runner up Class AA Fair Catalog award in the slick finish category and confirmed plans for the 2013 Adair County Fair. Front row, from left: Fay Davidson, Adair County Fair Board member; Susan Perkinson; Adair County Fair Member, Warren Beeler, Kentucky Department of Agriculture Director of Agriculture Policy; and Chris Caudill, Kentucky Department of Agriculture Director of Division of Show and Fair Promotion. Back row: James Curry, Adair County Fair Board member, Harriet Hadley; Adair County Fair member, Jamie Hadley; Adair County Fair Board member, and Winston Keltner; Adair County Fair Board member. - Greg Thomas


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