Weather doesn’t drive Morrow County fairgoers away


By Evelyn Long - Civitas Media



Wet weather didn’t severely hurt the number of visitors at the Morrow County Fair.


By Evelyn Long

Civitas Media

Hot weather and an occasional shower did not deter visitors to the 165th Morrow County Fair.

Brandon Strain, president of the Senior Fair Board said, “I thought it was a success – even with the weather conditions.” Records show the attendance was down by only 224 from the 2014 fair.

“The crowd was good,” said Strain, while giving kudos to the junior and senior fair boards. “I am thankful for their good work.”

He noted they had the largest sign up for drag racing that they have ever had and the largest crowds since 2010 attended the Saturday night OSTPA truck and tractor pulls. He noted that harness racing “went well” with three races added on Monday with 60 horses and four races added on Tuesday with 64 horses. Money was made on the pari- mutuels, said Strain.

Evelyn Long is a correspondent with the Morrow County Sentinel and can be reached at [email protected]

Wet weather didn’t severely hurt the number of visitors at the Morrow County Fair.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_IMG_28271.jpgWet weather didn’t severely hurt the number of visitors at the Morrow County Fair.

By Evelyn Long

Civitas Media

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