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The Fair Association has been a partner in the fairgrounds from its inception, assisting with infrastructure and facilities improvements at the Fairgrounds, and continues to accept that challenge. The Fair Association directs its resources and efforts with the goal of increasing fair and rodeo attendance and to provide a suitable venue for all kinds of events, both large and small. The Fair Association has helped with many of the improvements made at the Fairgrounds, through monetary and in-kind donations solicited from individuals and organizations. The Fair Association also deeded 17 acres of improved Fairgrounds property to Benton County several years ago, demonstrating the dedication of the Fair Association to cooperatively improve and enhance the Fairgrounds.

In the past three decades, improvements to the Fairgrounds and its infrastructure have been substantial. The Fair Association and its volunteers have gratuitously contributed the following improvements:

>Livestock buildings

>Beef Barn

>Swine Barn & Wash Rack

>Sale and Show Barn

>Llama Barn

>4-H & FFA Sheep Barn and Open Class Sheep & Goat Barn

>Large animal wash rack

>Rabbit and Poultry Barn

>Agricultural Building #1

>The Kay Smith horse barn

>Improvements to the haul-in barn (adding 20 stalls to the building)

>Eighty-five RV camping spots with electrical and water hook-ups

>Bleachers & covered spectator area at the 4-H horse arena

>Bleachers in front of the main grandstand for 750 spectators

>Bleachers & covered spectator area at the 4-H horse arena

>Bleachers in front of the main grandstand for 750 spectators

>Installation of concrete floor in Rabbit and Poultry Barn

>Overhaul of Building 2 and Building 3, including HVAC and Wi-Fi

>Installation of concrete floor in Show and Sale Barn


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