In a statewide review by the Ohio Fair Managers Association, the Hardin County Fair took home the top honors in the Health Plan evaluation. Volunteers spent an estimated 3,840 collective hours between committee meetings, planning sessions, outdoor meetings, and more.
“We are incredibly proud of our team for putting together a plan that has proven to keep our community safe and healthy amidst a global pandemic,” said Corey Ledley, fair board president. “We are not aware of a single case of COVID-19 linked to our fair. Having the top plan in the state only reinforces our commitment to the safe execution of our fair for guests and members.”
The board would like to thank all of the committee members, junior fair board members, and volunteers for their help in composing the plan. The board would also like to thank Jeryl Kissling, Kelsey Ralston, and Derek Dunson of the Kenton-Hardin Health Department for their assistance in drafting the plan.
Additionally, the fair won awards for COVID-19 signage and the fair’s quarterly newsletter.