Lenoir County Fair Association Gives Back to Community

The little engine that could = Lenoir County Fairgrounds. Over the past decade this group of people with a few other volunteers have made a huge come back. To the point we are able to give back… and give back in a big way. Today Lenoir County Fair Association was able to donate $5,000 to the Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce-Education Foundation. This money will go directly to grants administered by the Education Foundation and directly benefit the children in our community. Big shout out to Judy Jones and her committee for working so hard to raise money for this cause.. our future! The children are the the reason we come back every year to make the fair better. We want to keep the tradition alive.

Super proud of our Jr Fair Association. Volunteering tonight to help rearrange Mary’s Kitchen & get the place ready for upgrades. You guys rock!!!

When good people come together, good things happen. This is a donation of $800 towards Brad-fest from The Jeep Affair. Brad Elmore loved this event. Jeep Affair is held at Lenoir County Fairgrounds every year.

Fair Association Donates to Greene Middle School & EDJROTC

The Lenoir County Fair Association recently donated $500 to the Greene Middle School Teacher Assistance Disaster Relief Fund. Principal Greg Monroe, right, accepts a check from Waylon Adams, president of the Lenoir County Fair Association. The association is actively working to support the community through donations like this one.


Jamie Gonzalez, Josh Parson, Jennifer Peralta, Elias Murrillo, Maxine Peralta & Cody Raynor with the Lenoir County Jr. Fair Association recently donated $500 to their East Duplin JROTC unit. Major Gary Hill accepts the check from the Jr. Fair Association.