Parade theme - 110 years and Going Strong
Richard and Lou Church live on a farm near Kincaid where they have resided for 48 years. They raise cattle and have hay ground. Richard has done custom hay baling for around 30 years. Lou worked at Farmers State Bank in Blue Mound for 23 years retiring at the end of 2012.
In 2012 community members donated money for new picnic tables. Richard, with son Travis, built five new picnic tables which are used annually during the fair. Richard has helped with renovation projects and upkeep of fair buildings.
Lou started helping with the school department of fair exhibits in the 1980's and has served as Fair Board secretary for several years. She now serves as superintendent of the Arts & Crafts department during the fair.
Richard and Lou have two children. Travis Church and wife LeAnn of Kincaid and Tanya Church of Colony. They have 8 grandchildren: Madison, Taryn, Hadley, Trevor, Theo, Laniey, Treyton, and Lola Church. Three great-grandchildren: Braelynn, Kyser, and Remy.
On behalf of the Fair Association, everyone would like to thank Richard and Lou for their years of service to the Kincaid Fair.
110 Years and Going Strong
Parade starts at 1:30,
Crowning of Fair Queen at 1:15 p
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.
Thanks Steven Wilson for the video of the 2016 parade