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Memorials at the Fairgrounds

Foundation Giving Tree is located in the Auditorium
Guerber Hall was named after Rich Guerber, a long time Fairgrounds supporter who spearheaded the buiding of the Hall that is now named in his honor.
Rich Guerber Display Case - Guerber Hall
Tribute to 4-H Extension Agent Ken Minnick
The Ralph Hull Friendship Deck was built under the direction of Larry Bell, to honor the memory of Ralph Hull.
Landscaping around the Ralph Hull Friendship Deck was done by the family of Larry Bell in his memory.
War Veterans Flag Pole outside of the Auditorium. Dedicated in 1967.
Auditorium Building Flag Pole Plaque
Virginia McKinnie Easy Access Garden in Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden - 2004
Dr. Ezra J. Kraus Stone in front on Auditorium Building.
Dr. Ezra J. Kraus Plaque
Kathy Wells plaque on the east side of the 4-H Scale House
4-H Scale House Dedicated to Kathy Wells

Opportunities to Give

The Fairgrounds enjoys the love and support of the community and is grateful for the many donations of time, talent and funding for projects that celebrate the history and commitment shown by these special people.

The Fairgrounds Foundation coordinates commorative memorials at the Fairgrounds, if you are interested in speaking with a Foundation member about a way to memorialize a loved one, please contact the Fairgrounds Office to arrange a conversation.
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