Parade theme - Red, White & Blue
This Fair is For You
Liz with her husband Elmer live on a farm near Kincaid where they have resided for 16 years. Liz was president of the Kincaid Fair Association for 7 years and enjoyed working with the members of the fair board and the community. Liz retired from GE Capital after 32 years. She is now employed at the at the Frontier Extension District in Garnett as office manager for the past 160 years.
Liz and Elmer have 2 children: Brad and wife Penny and granddaughter Bailey live in Edgerton, Kansas. Bailey helped at the fair every year helping Liz with different tasks. She enjoyed helping in the sale of the fair T-Shirts, which she was very good at. Son Mark and wife Kasey live near Parker, Kansas with their son Korbin. Korbin was too young to help with the fair but enjoyed the rides and being in the parade. Liz and Elmer also have two great grandchildren, Cody and Sarah
Liz's favorite memory of the Kincaid Fair was the year Blake Sheldon came to help with her duties of being president.
On behalf of the Fair Association, everyone would like to thank Liz Drennan for her years of service to the Kincaid Fair.
Red, White & Blue. This Fair Is For You.
Parade starts at 1:30
Crowning of Fair Queen at 1:15
Lonnie DePoe, Wesley Pinneo,
& Heath Feuerborn
For information call 620-439-5663
Float Managers: Jared Hammond &
For information call: 620-439-546
FOR SAFETY REASONS NO CANDY OR ARTICLES
WILL BE THROWN FROM VEHICLES DURING THE PARADE.
YOU MUST WALK AND PASS OUT CANDY.
This will be enforced.
HANDICAP ACCESS IN FRONT OF THE FAIR BUILDING FOR PARADE VEIWING
Check in the parade superintendent by 12:00 noon to be in the parade.
The parade will form at the county road east of the schoolhouse and move
south on Commercial Street to the Highway 31.
Antique or Classic vehicles are invited to participate in the parade.
Prizes will be given for the oldest
and ribbons for all who enter.
All marching bands participants will
receive 2 ride tickets.
ALL MARCHING BANDS RECEIVE $200.