LYNDONVILLE — There’s a lot that goes into maintaining a county fair that fairgoers never have to think about - because the dedicated corps of volunteers work year-round to see to the maintenance, safety and improvement of the fairgrounds.

Keeping the traditions of the agricultural fair at the heart of the annual country fair is very important to longtime Caledonia County Fair (CCF) President Dick Lawrence, a retired state legislator who served as vice chair of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry and is a retired dairy farmer and former owner of the Lyndonville Agway.

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