Thank you to our volunteers says Colusa Fairgrounds

After a successful year of events in 2017, the Colusa County Fairgrounds would like to reach out and give thanks to everyone who’ve made them possible.

“Pumpkin village, and the craft fair, are all ran by volunteers,” said Interim CEO, Laura Ford. “We couldn’t have done it without them.”

Ford said that she would like to express her sincerest thanks to the following individuals for their dedication in 2017: Pam Niehues, Monica Huey, Mary Ann Marvel, Mary Lou Kittle, Gina Moresco, Jan Romero, and Susan Meeker.

“These individuals stepped up and really helped made Pumpkin Village and the Craft Fair a success,” said Ford. “Thank you.”

Ford added that she would like to give a big thanks to the fairgrounds maintenance crew.

“These events take a lot of preparation and we couldn’t have done it without the hard work of our maintenance crew.”

Lastly, Ford said she would like to thank everyone who attended the events, and supported the vendors.

“We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the community members who attend and support our events. We are truly thankful,” said Ford.■

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