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Kingfisher County Spring Livestock Show

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Event# 405-375-3822

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The Kingfisher Chamber of Commerce, the Kingfisher County Fairboard, and the Kingfisher County Commissioners are pleased to offer this show to the 4-H and FFA members of Kingfisher County. If you enjoy participating in this show, please remember to thank these individuals and the other business men and women in your community, who unselfishly give their time and/or monetary support to you. With their continued investments, it is possible to continue this show for the same reasons and in the same manner in which it was started 86 years ago---for the youth of Kingfisher County.

Kingfisher County Spring Livestock Show


Phone : 405-375-3822   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : chamber@pldi.net

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