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New blood helps give fair new look
Fairgoers ride the bumper cars at the fair carnival. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - With a lot of new blood on the Green County Fair Board, the priorities for board officials remain entertainment that brings the community together and education for children through junior showing. But they are open to trying some new approaches to achieve their goals. "The perception is the fair is the same every year," said Dustin Williams, a fair board member for two years who also serves as the sponsorship chair.