SIDNEY — The Shelby County Fair will host more vendors in 2106 than it has in the past several years, according to Director Jerry Schaffner.
“It might get kind of crowded,” he said of the areas outside the Merchants Building where some vendors set up tents.
Companies who will offer goods and services at the fair will be Wilson Health; NaNa’s; Swings and Things, selling lawn furniture; Del Cid Satellites Inc., Dan Daley, hats, belts, telephone accessories and flags; Dicke’s Lawn Service, pavers and lawn care; Grace Baptist Church/Fair Ministries; Everdry Waterproofing; Poor Farmers RV Sales, camper tailers and recreational vehicles; Dennis Johnson; J.C. Williams, airbrush tatooing; Lalmine Sidibe, ball caps, handbags and belt buckles; Upper Valley Career Center; Hollie Williams, arcade; Workforce Partnership; Rising Sun Express; Tactical Solutions; Democratic Party of Shelby County; Cut Right Equipment, Dixie Choppers; Emerson Climate Controls; Farmer’s Elevator, feed, fertilizer and shavings; the Gideons; J&L Power Equipment, agricultural equipment; Jones Chiropractic; Edwin F. Nickol Monuments and Republican Party of Shelby County;
In the Merchants Hall, fair-goers will find Melinda Smith, Avon; Bath Creations, Bathfitter; Edward D. Jones & Associates; Fogt’s Water Conditioning; Gutter Shutter; Home Remodelers; Freedom Chiropractic; Improve It Home Remodeling; Kiss Seamless Siding; Leaf Filter; NK Telco; Norwex; Ohio Department of Natural Resources; Reliable Vacuums; Renewal by Anderson; Right to Life of Shelby County; Scentsy Wickless Candles; Shelby County Family and Children First; Shelby County Health Department; Shelby County Engineer’s Office; Sidney Daily News; Signature Home Styles; Spherion; Thermal Gard Windows and Doors; and Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services.
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