Special nights, music and some new twists highlight 10-day run
By Lisa King
Friday, June 7, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated: June 7, 3:01 am)
You might think that this year the Shelby County Fair couldn’t possibly be as exciting as last year, when there were lots of special touches to mark the event’s 150th celebration, but you would be wrong, fair officials say.
“We had some new things for the fair last year with our one hundred and fiftieth anniversary, and we’ll have some of those again this year,” said Ray Tucker, president of the A&M Association, the entity that puts on the fair.
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