Well, the Clarke County Fair is over for another year! Yes, we had a few glitches, a few storms, but we also had a lot of happy people come out and enjoy themselves.
At the Clarke County Ruritan food stand we had a great group of volunteers come in and work, sweat, and get a nice sheen of grease for their four hour shifts. People like the well behaved pre-teens, teenagers and honor students during the morning and early afternoon hours. During the hectic evening rushes we had some fantastic groups come in and work their tails off; some of the hard working groups were the Blue Ridge Hunt Club, the Clarke County employees, Berryville Town employees, Boy Scout Troop 34 and the St. Bridget Catholic Church parishioners. Let’s not forget all the Ruritan club members and their friends that helped during those times when we needed just one, two, or six extra bodies to keep things running smoothly. A special thanks to the Macintosh Farm for donating those succulent peaches and apples that everyone scarfed down. So if you happen to see any of these great volunteers please say thank you to them for their hard work making the Clarke County Fair such a great success.
Personally I wish to extend a hearty Thank You to my co-chairmen’s, most of which were there every day morning, noon, and night!
Ruritan Food Stand