Marion County Fair

The Marion County Farm Bureau would like to encourage everyone to visit the Marion County Fair July 3 – 8. Check out this year’s schedule of Farm Bureau sponsored events!

The Feed Sack Decorating Contest is a contest where you, either individually or with a team, decorate a feed sack with an agriculture-related theme to be judged. The Feed Sack Decorating Contest judging will begin at 1:15 p.m. on Friday., July 7, in Evers Arena. Winners will be announced at 2 p.m. that day before Barnyard Olympics. Participants can pick up their feed sack to begin decorating after 11 a.m. on Mon., July 3, at the Junior Fair Board Office. There are team and individual divisions. Teams are two or more people in the same age category. Age groups are as follows: 8-year-olds and under, 9 to 10-year-olds, 11 to 13-year-olds, 14 to 15-year-olds, 16 to 18-year-olds, and 19-year-olds and older. There will be cash prizes for individual winners and milkshake tickets for team winners!

Barnyard Olympics is a fun obstacle course where teams test their aim and agility. Barnyard Olympics will begin on Friday, July 7, at 2 p.m. in Evers Arena. Registration begins at 1:15 p.m., so teams can check in to receive their numbered tags. All participants will receive a free milkshake voucher to the 4-H Milkshake Stand!

Come and join all the fun happening at this year’s Marion County Fair. The Marion County Farm Bureau is a gold sponsor and a proud supporter of the Junior Fair and would like to wish good luck to all of the participants showing their livestock and home projects at the fair.

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Ernie Welch

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Matt Aultman

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Clark County Farm Bureau

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Coshocton County Farm Bureau

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