Farm Family of the Year nominations sought for Clallam County Fair

PORT ANGELES — The Clallam County Fair is seeking nominations for 2019 Farm Family of the Year.

Nominations must be submitted by July 1.

The award, sponsored by Agnew Grocery, will be presented Aug. 15 at the fair.

Nominations should include details about the family and how they fulfill the following criteria:

Production of quality Clallam County-grown agricultural goods.

Community involvement including sports, schools and civic organizations.

Involvement with agriculture industry organizations.

Overall farm family image, farming history and any unique or special products.

Nominations can be submitted by mail to Clallam County Fair, 1608 W. 16th St., Port Angeles WA 98363; faxed to 360-417-2547; or emailed to

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