Congratulations on the fall fair!

Thanks to all who made the Rock Creek Fall Fair possible.

Last weekend many of us throughout the Boundary took in the Rock Creek Fall Fair. The annual event is steeped in the history of the Boundary and gives families, as well as kids, a chance to showcase their farms, animals and homesteading skills.

While some might see these skills as outdated, the lessons they teach extend far beyond the thing itself. The Rock Creek Fall Fair exhibits and shows teach responsibility, family, resourcefulness and much more. They also offer an outlet for our local 4-H Club to showcase their work and take pride in their accomplishments.

Congratulations to the board, volunteers, exhibitors and attendees on another successful fall fair weekend. We’re already looking forward to next year, bigger and better than ever.

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