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Posted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 5:32 am

The 2013 Washington Town and Country Fair was a record-breaker. Ideal weather had much to do with it and that points to its importance every August when the five-day event is held.

But there were other factors in the Fair’s success. It’s a well organized event. The leadership on the Fair Board is very competent — the members know how to run a Fair — and with the skillful aid of volunteers, and other organizations, it runs like clockwork. The city and its departments pitch in and handle many of the necessary elements in the operation. Then there is the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce, the Fair sponsor, which assists in the administration and other tasks.

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