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2015 Daily Poster Winners

    Farming and working throughout the year is a lot of hard work but when it comes Fair time, it's time to kick back a little bit and harvest some of the fun times that happen during the week. See friends and neighbors you may only get to visit with at this time of year and who doesn't like riding a few rides and devouring all that great fair food? So make sure and take time out of your busy schedule to take in the sights, sounds, smells, and flavors of this years McKean County Fair!

2015-16 McKean County Fair Queen
Mandi Droney
2015-16 Queen Candidates

Miss Smethport
Lindsay Jack
Miss Otto Eldred
Becca Schwab
Miss Bradford
Mandi Droney
Miss Kane
Olivia Stone
Miss Port Allegany
Ashley Anderson

2015 Educational Exhibits
The Drake Well Museum wants to "MEET-U" and help you discover more information about the oil and gas industry on Tuesday.Agriculture is a very important part of not only the Fair but of Pennsylvanians life itself. Stop in to the Mobile Ag Ed Science Lab from Tuesday - Saturday to find out more.
At Eagle Dream Rehabilitation Center, we rescue, treat, rehabilitate and return to the wild, animals that have put themselves in harm�s way. Eagle Dream will be displaying several birds and supplying information on Thursday - Saturday. Cancelled due to avian flu.One of the most important industries in Pennsylvania is the wood industry. Stop in the Pennsylvania Wood Mobile Friday - Saturday and learn about all the trees around you and how they are used for every day living.
Tandem Training and Tracking is managed by the husband and wife team of Bob Zumstein and Lisa Olszak Zumstein. Bob and Lisa are avid outdoorsmen with a shared passion for Pennsylvania's Timber Rattlesnakes. Stop by Thursday - Saturday and find out more information on recognizing Pennsylvania's poisonous snakes, safety precautions you can take to avoid being bitten, and preservation of each of the snake species.Bear Hill Horse Logging and owner Steve Perrine's mission is to leave landowners happy, and their woodlots thinned to let good young trees less competition for light. Harvesting mature trees, and problem trees to thin a woodlot to support future growth of timber while saving alot of young growth by logging with horses. Stop by and watch Steve put on a demonstration of what it is like to log with horses on Friday - Saturday.

Grounds Entertainment
The Rhinestone Roper
Team Rock
Mike Klee Magic

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