Fair seeks public input through online survey
The Jefferson County Fair Board has released an online survey to solicit input on the fair and fairgrounds.
"We are constantly looking for ways to better serve our community" said Brian Crow, fairgrounds coordinator, "and we know that the best way to do this is to hear from those who matter most — residents of Jefferson County. We want to hear from our neighbors, whether they attended the fair or not."
The survey will remain online until Sept. 15, and the results will be provided to the Jefferson County Fair Board at the October fair board meeting.
Questions on the survey include the following topics:
- What you liked and didn't like.
- Rodeo value.
- 4-H and FFA auction.
- Musical entertainment.
- Admission prices.
- Facility improvements.
The survey is available at http://bit.ly/2019JCFair.
The Jefferson County Fair has been in operation since 1933, and regularly hosts around 20,000 patrons each year. The fair features 4-H and FFA animal exhibits and auctions, rides, food vendors, commercial exhibitors, a beer garden and two nights of rodeo excitement.
In addition, you can find musical entertainment, a senior potluck, kids' activities, and community exhibits.
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