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To the Editor:
We extend our thanks to all those who helped make the 2012 Carroll County Junior Fair auctions a huge success! Thank you to the bidders and buyers for supporting our county’s youth with your overwhelming generous purchases. Thank you to the auctioneers and ring men who volunteer for time and talent, including Wayne Falb, Geno Kiko, Bill Newell, Mike Schmuck, Billy Birney, Mike Lozier, Don Lozier and E. Leroy VanHorne. Thanks to the following businesses and organizations for their donations to our Buyers’ Appreciation Dinners: Thorne’s Marketplace, Kishman’s IGA, Tractor Supply Company, Farm Credit Services, The Beef Club, Brown Frame, New Horizons and East Township 4-H clubs and to the following for their food donations: Walt Johnson family, Don Pontones family, Nate Teeters family, Zac Campbell family, Rance Cramer family, Randy Borland family, John Neider family and Jill Borland.

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped serve during the dinners. We apologize if we’ve missed anyone and we hope all of you know how much we appreciate everything you do!

Cara Borland
Jr. Fair Sale Committee 


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