In addition, BTS is committed to helping all students become successful in achieving their educational and career goals.
GCFFY is fiscally strong which helps us provide our exhibitors with an educational and memorable fair experience in safe, functional and well maintained fair facilities. GCFFY appreciates every person who supports the fair through a donation of time or resources.
Click here for a complete list of all fair donors. This year due to increased commitments at work for both they are stepping away from leading this large department.
During their tenure they have seen the swine project area numbers increase steadily forcing them to work hard to find a way to house animals without having enough pens. Some accomplishments in their four years were working with Breckenridge Insurance Agency to purchase the swine gates in the arena.
Using these new pens has dramatically increased efficiency of the shows. This past year, Brett and Jeanne helped to successfully integrate cavy projects into the rabbit department.
Candidates should be organized, have basic knowledge of how a fair animal show runs, and most importantly interact well with our youth exhibitors, volunteers and parents.
The official superintendent job description is available here. Contact the fair office with any questions at bgardner gcffy. The fair first re-offers campsites to families who have camped with us during the last fair.
These families have until mid-February to turn in their campsite registration paperwork which is mailed out in mid-November. The fair will move families who indicate they want to move based on the vacancies left from campers who do not renew and then will offer the open spots to new families from the campsite waiting list on a first-on, first-off basis.
It is a list of families who have contacted the fair office to let them know they are interested in getting a site. Currently there are 57 families on the waiting list.
This is not as bad though as it seems. Many families who were offered a site for chose not to take the site for various reasons. These families were able to stay on the list in case something changed for them in the future and statistically do not often take a site in the future.
Your name will be added in the order it is received.
Campers who hold a ten year lease with the fair have two more fairs remaining on that lease. If you hold a ten year lease and no longer need to camp with the fair, contact the fair office and your unused portion can be refunded at the rate per year paid for the initial lease agreement.
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