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Family Day Fair Fun for All!

There's something for everyone at the Tioga County Fair Family Day!

 

by Sara Vogt, Morgan Koziar - August 12, 2016

Hello everyone and welcome to Wellsboro Home Page! Today we feature family day at the fair! Family Day provides families an opportunity to bond and enjoy the fair at an affordable rate with lots of learning opportunities, giveaways, unlimited rides, and fun! Correspondent, Morgan Koziar had the opportunity to speak with the Tioga County Fair Director, Samantha Wilson. Sam explained the importance of coming to our immense agricultural fair, and why the Tioga County Fair is so near and dear to her heart.

Kristine Worthington spoke with to one of her former students who is now a 4-H member, Katie Mingos. Now participating in her second year at 4-H camp, Katie has recently been involved in the Counselor Training Program at the camp. Katie enjoys the club because it provides her with fun experiences and venues to express herself.

Johanna Vogt caught up with a young fair-goer on his first bull riding experience. It’s no doubt that the ride was a wild one!

Home Page correspondent, Aimee Jones caught the real action of the fair…the food! Whether it’s covered in powdered sugar or smothered in nacho cheese, there is something to please everyone’s tastebuds! Maple milk shakes from the 4-H booth, and Grandma’s apple dumplings with cinnamon ice cream are just some of the many fair food favorites!

The Tioga County Fair celebrates its 50th anniversary! Along with celebrating a special milestone, the fair also commemorated married couples who met at the Tioga County Fair! Three ladies Christie Blackwell, Joyce Butler, and Jennifer Butler reflected on their first encounters with their spouses at the fair! Thank you for joining us! We hope you have enjoyed our team’s coverage this year at the Tioga County Fair! Remember, It’s all right here on Wellsboro Home Page.

Below are the listed married couples that met at the Tioga County Fair along with the corresponding year of which they married:

Chris Wood and Tracy Webster – 2011

Aaron Hultz and Kaitlynn Johnson – 2010

Aaron Butter and Kim Sampson – 2007

Brad Wales and Emily Norman – 2004

Paul Blackwell and Christie Wilcox – 2004

Jason Butler and Joyce Brown – 2003

Duane Andrews and Ellen Norman – 2002

Jody Butler and Jennifer Johnson – 2002

Roger Alexander and Cathleen Norman – 1997

Paul Moyer and Carolyn Norman – 1991

Greg Davis and Nancy Brown – 1985

Rick Davis and Janelle Clark – 1984

Barry Hultz and Jane Parker – 1973

Jerry Gee and Denise Compton – 1968

Jason Vandergrift and Rebecca Wetherbee – 1998

Some not only meet at the fair, they get married there!

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Featured photo of married couple Hallie Root and Levi Matulevich.

Credits:

Idea/Concept: John Vogt

Videography: Cody Getz

Video Editing: Andrew Moore

Writing: Sara Vogt, Morgan Koziar

Anchor: Drew Patrick

Correspondent: Morgan Koziar, Johanna Vogt, Amiee Jones, Kristine Worthington

 

Produced by Vogt Media

Funded by UPMC Susquehanna, Tioga County Fair

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