Senior Citizen Day set at Fayette County Fair
The Fayette County Fair's annual Senior Citizen Day will be held July 31.
The event will begin at 1 p.m. in the Fiddlers' Building, Fayette County fairgrounds, Dunbar Township. Registration begins at noon.
Participants must be at least 55 years of age and be present and registered prior to the start of the contests. Trophies and ribbons will be awarded. Categories include: largest group attending, newest married couple, spelling bee, cake walk, youngest grandchild, best female legs, scavenger hunt, most senior man, most senior woman, cookie stack, sexiest male legs and money guess.
Other highlights of the afternoon will be the crowning of a king and queen. The Dan and Galla Musical Show will provide entertainment followed by an ice cream “social.” Activities will conclude by 3 p.m.
Admission to the fair is free for those age 62 and older until 2 p.m. — you must show identification. Senior Citizen admission does not include carnival and outdoor arena; upgrades are available at the fair office. A free shuttle will be available to and from the parking lots and throughout the grounds.
Co-chairwomen for the event are Hazel Blaney and Mildred Danko. Uniontown
Mall, Jackson Farms and Pechin Market are presenting the event.
Committee members assisting with the activities include: Wendy Friend, Nancy
Herring, Jan Jackson and Marsha Regula.
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