Hamilton County Community Fair Association

       The Hamilton County Community Fair Association is a 501(c)(3)         non-profit organization made up of dedicated community members

who volunteer their time to fulfill its purpose.

 

  The purpose of the Hamilton County Community Fair Association is:     

  • To conduct a community fair and other events that foster youth development.

  • To support 4-H club work in Hamilton County, Ohio.

  • To render such other services as may be practicable in the improvement of 4-H work.

Hamilton County Community Association Fair Membership

  • Membership in the Hamilton County Community Fair Association is open to anyone with an interest in promoting

      4-H in Hamilton County which includes 4-H members and   

      their families.

  • There is a $15/person non-refundable annual membership fee for anyone who would like to be a member. 

  • Membership Includes:

          - 1 admission pass, good for the entire week of the

            Hamilton County Community Fair.

          - Voting privileges for members 13 years of age

             and older.

  • Association membership can be obtained by completing the form in Appendix A of the Hamilton County Community Fair Rulebook and submitting it with full payment by June 1 of the current year.   

             

  • Those who choose not to join the Fair Association by June 1, will be required to pay the daily gate admission of the fair upon entering the gate.                                            

Hamilton County Community Association Fair Board

 Officers:                                         

     President           Kelly Allgeier 

     Vice President   Bruce Tumlin  

     Secretary           Debbie Roell   

     Treasurer           Cori Zaenkert  

 Members:

     Kevin Gerth          Mary Ann Henninger           

     John Jacob           JT Jacob         

     Beth Mayer          Jym Quinlan              

     Sue Schwartz      Stephanni Schweitzer