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Observing 164 years of tradition–Fun, Friends, Family and Food

2015 Fair Schedule Program

Admission Ticket Prices

Easton Corbin Concert Tickets  can be purchased by calling 419-332- 5604 or picked up at the Secretary’s office.


Annual Legal Notices

PURCHASING OF MEMBERSHIP TICKETS OF THE SANDUSKY COUNTY FAIR AND ELECTION NOTICE

Membership tickets are on sale at the Secretary’s Office on the Sandusky County Fairgrounds. Membership tickets may also be purchased at Gibsonburg Pharmacy in Gibsonburg; Pills & Packages in Woodville; Grund Drug and Ken Dumminger Photography in Fremont; Evergree Grain in Erlin; and Baker & Bonnigson in Clyde. The annual election of Directors for the Sandusky County Agricultural Society will be held on the fairgrounds on Sunday, August 30th, 2015, from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Directors will be elected for a three year term for the following districts and townships: At Large A, At Large B, At Large C, Rice, Washington, Woodville, and York.

 Sandusky County Agricultural Society

Pat Mowry, Secretary

FILING FOR THE ELECTION TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, SANDUSKY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, SANDUSKY COUNTY FAIR

Candidates for directorship of the Sandusky County Agricultural Society (Sandusky County Fair) must, according to the constitution of the Society, file with the Secretary, at least seven (7) days before the election, a petition signed by ten (10) members of the Society. Then, and only then can his/her name be placed on the ballot, and only those candidates who have filed a petition can be elected. No write-ins allowed. The last day for filing will be August 23rd, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. EDT. The election will be held on Sunday, August 30, 2015 on the fairgrounds. Official filing petition must be secured from the Secretary’s Office on the fairgrounds in Fremont, Ohio.

Sandusky County Agricultural Society

Pat Mowry, Secretary

NOTICE OF ELECTION, SANDUSKY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, SANDUSKY COUNTY FAIR, FREMONT OHIO

The annual election of Directors for the Sandusky County Agricultural Society will be held on the fairgrounds on Sunday, August 30th, 2015, from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. During these hours there will be an election booth on the fairgrounds manned by duly authorized personnel to record your vote.

The Society’s Constitution has been revised in accordance with the Revised Code 1711.07 of the State of Ohio concerning Election of Directors. Your attention is called to the fact that any candidate for Directorship must file with the Secretary at least seven (7) days before the election (Sunday, August 23rd, 2015 by 4:00 P.M. EST). The petition shall state the specific directorship position for which the candidate is seeking to be elected, and signed by the candidate before it is circulated. Then, and only then can his/her name be placed on the ballot, and only those candidates who have filed a petition can be elected. No write-ins allowed.

Only those membership tickets duly issued must be presented to the judges of the election in order to vote. No person shall pay or secure more than one (1) ticket, and shall be for himself/herself. No Membership Ticket shall be issued to a corporation, partnership, firm or organization. Membership tickets must be purchased by Monday, prior to the fair before the close of the Secretary’s Office.

Sandusky County Agricultural Society

Pat Mowry, Secretary

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SANDUSKY COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

The annual meeting of the Sandusky County Agricultural Society will be held the third Monday of December. The annual meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m., Monday, December 21, 2015, in the General Purpose Room of the Junior Fair Building on the fairgrounds.

Sandusky County Agricultural Society

Pat Mowry, Secretary


The Ohio Department of Agriculture has cancelled all live bird exhibitions this year. The ban includes county and independent fairs, the Ohio State Fair, and all other gatherings of birds for show or for sale, including auctions and swap meets. Similar bans have been enacted in other poultry states. So far, Ohio is virus-free and the move is intended to continue that status.

  • The department is working with county and independent fair boards to identify options that will keep youth who are already raising poultry from losing their opportunity to have a fair project. The recommendations include amending the deadlines for students to switch projects and allowing the use of props or photos in place of live birds.
    “The experience of raising a live animal to show at the fair builds character and teaches responsibility. We don’t want to deprive anyone the opportunity to complete their projects. For that reason, we are working with Ohio State University Extension to send out guidance to the fair boards and 4-H committees urging them to be creative and find a solution that will allow their young people to still have a fair experience, even if they cannot bring their project to the fairgrounds,” said Director Daniels.

 


 

The Campgrounds fee will be $200 starting with the 2015 fair. This includes water and electric hookup.

There will be 26 primitive spots introduced this year for $100 each. These DO NOT include water and electric.

Contract information is available in the Secretary’s Office.

 

 

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