63rd annual Greene County Youth Fair opens
Anthony Fiducia is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the 63rd Greene County Youth Fair got underway Thu., Jul. 27, at Angelo Canna Town Park in Cairo. The opening ceremony featured speeches by several youth participants who spoke about the fair and its impact on the county. State Senator George Amedore, Assembly member Pete Lopez, Greene County Legislature Chairman Kevin Lewis, and other public officials also spoke. The Youth Fair features animal shows, vendors, rides, food and various other forms of entertainment. This is Lily Hepperly’s seventh year showing animals at the fair. This year she showed two rabbits, one goat, one duck and one chicken. The 16-year-old from Cairo is the winner of three trophies over the last few years. Audrey Duncan, 15, of Greenville, started raising prize animals about five years ago and won a trophy last year. She showed three rabbits, one cow and four chickens this year. The Greene County Youth Fair is open to the public and runs through Sun., Jul. 30. Read the full story at HudsonValley360 [dot] com.