Thank you, Fall Fair volunteers!

A loyal fall fair attendee expresses appreciation for volunteers' efforts.

A big thank you to the many, many volunteers that made the 2015 Nechako Exhibition a fun and entertaining weekend for all ages.

Without these tireless volunteers there would be no Vanderhoof Fall Fair. These volunteers step up to the plate, some of them year after year to make the Nechako Exhibition one of the best country fairs in B.C.

New this year was the logging show and the mechanical bulls, this entertainment was fun for watching and participating and it was great to see the line ups and the crowds having fun.

The beef show volunteers and participants should be especially proud both with the amount of animals that were exhibiting and the many, many people who came to watch and check our these first rate top quality show stoppers.

Thank you again volunteers for giving up your time to make our weekend one of the most entertaining and memorable local events of the year and I wish you well for your 50th year in 2016!!!

J.B., Vanderhoof


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