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Green County Fair forming bonds over generations
Local families reflect on special fair connections
GC Fair Feature
Registered Purcheron horses, Jumbo and Susie, owned by Roscoe and Lena Smith, pull the Washington Willing Workers 4-H Club float during the Green County Fair in the late 1930s. Roscoe Smith and Merle Sweet are at the front of the wagon during the parade on a Saturday afternoon, when all fair exhibits, including livestock, were exhibited at the fair.
MONROE — When Randall Smith talks to his father, Richard, about the Green County Fair, there’s a memory he has shared more than once throughout the years of the family patriarch preparing to make the annual trip to the fairgrounds.