Reviews From Fair-Goers

Ponca City Now - September 16, 2013 9:02 am

The rides and vendors are all packed up, but the peoples memories from the fair are still strong.

I went to the fair myself to hear what people had to say.

Rod Kent brought his family out to the fair to enjoy some Indian tacos and baked potatoes.

“This year it’s a lot cleaner thi, it’s nice, it’s a quite nice environment,” Kent said.

I also spoke to Cory Ingram who was selling corn, fudge and water.

They were raising money for Blackwell’s Fraternal Order of Police Christmas charity event.

Ingram said they have been a vendor at the fair for nine years.

“It’s been a very good year, there are a lot more vendors here," Ingram said. "The turnout, it’s been a good turnout, but there has been more money spread around because there are more vendors.”

The Kay County Free Fair is the largest free fair in the state of Oklahoma and was a hit this year.


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