Suggestions wanted for 2023 Clallam fair theme

PORT ANGELES — The Clallam County Fair is soliciting suggestions for the 2023 county fair theme.

The contest is open to Clallam County residents who may submit up to 10 entries; submissions must be received by Saturday, Oct. 1.

Entries must be seven words or less and cannot include “Clallam County.”

The winner will be selected on basis of creativity, originality, Fair appropriateness and ease of decorating and displaying the theme.

The winner will receive a $100 prize, two day-passes to fair and two fair-themed T-shirts.

Themes should be submitted to Clallam County Fair, 1608 16th St., Port Angeles 98363, fax to 360-417-2547 or email to shari.ioffrida@clallam

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