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Silvana Fair attracts 4-H and more into Silvana

Cows and animals and their owners are the main feature of the sunny Silvana Fair Saturday, July 26, but the day begins with games for kids, according to Roy Strotz, primary organizer for the fair. “There will be sack races, a shoe toss, foot races and other games starting at 9:15 a.m. for about a hour.” The fair in downtown Silvana continues from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. A bus shuttle will run from the Peace Lutheran Church parking lot to the fair, and a golf cart shuttle will provide transport from the fair parking lot to the events, Strotz said. “We have lots of entries of animals and the indoor displays, too.” The fair is located behind the Silvana Community Hall, a.k.a. Viking Hall, four miles west of I-5 exit 208. - File photo
Cows and animals and their owners are the main feature of the sunny Silvana Fair Saturday, July 26, but the day begins with games for kids, according to Roy Strotz, primary organizer for the fair. “There will be sack races, a shoe toss, foot races and other games starting at 9:15 a.m. for about a hour.” The fair in downtown Silvana continues from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. A bus shuttle will run from the Peace Lutheran Church parking lot to the fair, and a golf cart shuttle will provide transport from the fair parking lot to the events, Strotz said. “We have lots of entries of animals and the indoor displays, too.” The fair is located behind the Silvana Community Hall, a.k.a. Viking Hall, four miles west of I-5 exit 208.
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