Message from the President
Year after year, from a quite a young age, I have read the "President's Message" in the front of the Fair book ... back
then I didn't realize the amount of work and the amount of time, from so many talented volunteers,
took to run the Beaverton Fall Fair. I remember the fun, the excitement, the ribbons, and the food!
I remember my mom and dad encouraging my brother and I to come out to the garden and dig up our vegetables.
Mom helped us to handle our prize vegetables with care, while dad acted as referee between the two of us.
There was great anticipation as we waited until the Fair opened on Friday.
We'd march our best down the streets of Beaverton, and as soon as opening ceremonies were finished we raced
to the Scout Hall to check to see if we had the winning entries. Then came Saturday, shining up my old Pinto
and my mom's Sorrel Mare, my mom and I were off for the gymkhana! ... jump a few years ... now I, with my
parents were doing the same all over again with my two girls. Growing and selecting vegetables and flowers.
I watched as the two of them over the years carefully created art projects to exhibit, and they too would
shine up their horses and then headed down to gymkhana on Saturday... Now here I am, writing the
Come on down and make your own memories at our Beaverton Fall Fair......Hope see you there!
Theme Poster Winner:
" Homegrown, Handmade & Farm Fresh"
This year's Theme Poster and Cover Contest Winner was Sarah Ross.
District 4 Youth Poster Competition:
"Poster Promoting our Fair"
Grade 5-8 was Noah Godfrey.
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