2022 Premium Book/Exhibitors Information

Heather Wyborney
Wilbur-Creston Junior High

The Goals of the
Lincoln County Fair

Lincoln County, being the second-largest wheat-producing county in the United States and a major producer of livestock, is very definitely an agriculture-based county. It is the policy of this Fair Advisory Board, and those in county government, to coordinate, organize, and present to our residents the story of our agricultural communities.  The Lincoln County Fair continues to teach and show the way of life in our agriculture communities for the past 85 years.


Aims & Purposes

  • To display the produce, animals, and crafts of children and adultsĀ of Lincoln County
  • To assist in the sale of livestock and give the opportunity to learn by doing
  • To keep telling the story of the productivity of our rural agricultural world to the public
  • To involve more children and adults, regardless of where they live within Lincoln County, and surrounding areas
  • To furnish educational and training opportunities in such areas as demonstrations, contests, and judging.

Lincoln County Fair Advisory Board

Brad Ray (2015) PresidentReardan509-994-7053
John Merriott (2010) Vice PresidentMedical Lake509-389-4173
Justine Winn (2009) SecretaryReardan509-981-9486
Teresa Chrisman (2016) TreasurerDavenport509-725-0880
Lindsey Smith (2018) Graphic DesignerEdwall509-218-4261
Katie Bageant (2017)Davenport509-721-0218
Brain Gunning (2019)Davenport509-207-8770
Cody Murdock (2019)Davenport509-386-0551

Exhibit Departments

Accepting online entries starting July 1st

Download the entire 2022 Premium Book or checkout the departments below to enter your exhibits online with ShoWorks

If you have any further questions please contact the
Lincoln County Fair Office

See you at the Lincoln County Fair & Rodeo
August 2
5th-27th

2022 Fair & Rodeo Theme