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For first time in decade, Monroe Legion organizes fall fair

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Posted: Sunday, October 7, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 12:07 pm, Mon Oct 8, 2012.

The American Legion Post 64 in Monroe will have a fall fair this year, the first time in a decade. The event will be Oct. 16-20 at the Legion Fairgrounds. Gates will open at 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and noon on Saturday.

The fair will have some new additions since the spring fair was held, said Post Commander Benny Parker.

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  • Breeze99 posted at 3:18 pm on Thu, Oct 18, 2012.

    Breeze99 Posts: 6

    Nocount said, "How can $15 and $20 admission prices be justified “With the way the economy is now people can come out and forget about something for the night and enjoy themselves,” ?"

    Clearly you didnt read the entire article. Admission is $3.00.
    I got an idea, you come up with a business plan, then gain financing, and buy your own fair. Then you can credibly justify prices.
    I'll be attending with 3 small children and plan to spend only $50.

     
  • nocount posted at 10:22 am on Sun, Oct 7, 2012.

    nocount Posts: 7

    How can $15 and $20 admission prices be justified “With the way the economy is now people can come out and forget about something for the night and enjoy themselves,” ?

     

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