People pack Lebanon area fair

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The Lebanon Area Fair is in full swing tonight.

People are enjoying the 57th annual celebration all week with games and prizes — while also getting a glimpse at agriculture in the county.

The traditional exhibit of beef and dairy cows, chickens, ducks, and geese is expected to attract more than 50,000 fairgoers.

Organizers say the event grows each year.

“It’s getting a lot more people, a lot more people are showing up um we’re bringing in brand new rides a lot new things like the merry go round that’s new this year,” says ride operator, Scott Bailey.

“It’s fun seeing family get out together and interact with one another,” says Theresa Stoudt of Lebanon.

If you didn’t make it out this weekend don’t worry.

The Lebanon Fair continues through August 3rd.

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