Lrf Educational Booth Pays Off – $350!

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Magetsi 4-H Club created an award-winning educational booth for the Lee Regional Fair earlier this month. They not only won first place ($100) among 4-H Clubs, but they also won the Best in Show ($50) for all booths on display.

Myrna’s club wanted to share the history of the Lee Regional Fair, and each family took an element creating a dollhouse-sized fairscape​ for the booth with recycled materials. The precious elements included a pie bakeoff and a target competition booth complete with mini stuffed animal prizes.

They did such a successful job with the booth that a local fair historian, Mr. Ronnie, saw it and purchased the whole booth from the club for $200. He told Myrna that he hopes to one day have a museum of memorabilia from past fairs. Myrna plans to use the money to buy costumes for the club’s dancers. If you want to see the members at work, they will be at the Lee County Library on October 10, J.R. Ingram on October 12, and in Raleigh at the Day of the Dead Celebration on October 29.

booth at the lee regional fair