Fairgrounds to offer first Spring Fling Day

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Event set for next Saturday

By Ashley Sutter

 The Shelby County A&M Fairgrounds is hosting its first ever Spring Fling Ag Day on May 26.

“This is a brand new event and there is no admission,” A&M Association Board vice president Carol Hance said.

Hance said the board is offering the Spring Fling to the public free of charge as a way of saying thank you. “This is a giveback to the community,” she said.

The event will kick off at 10 a.m. with a flag retirement ceremony followed by a speech from Shelby County Judge-Executive Dan Ison.

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