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Update on 2018 Health and Wellness Fair

A quick reminder…

The 2018 Floyd County Health & Wellness Fair will take place on Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Floyd County High School, in the new gymnasium.

Please join us for the second annual FREE for the public community service event.

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Health and Wellness Fair 2018

If you wish to exhibit at the Floyd Health and Wellness Fair, it’s now time to apply. The Fair will be returning to Floyd County High School on March 24, 2018, after a successful debut in 2017.

Any health & wellness practitioner, educator, or vendor may apply for exhibit space.  All applicants will need to have a very strong, legitimate health and wellness focus and be approved by Partnership for Floyd, the fair’s organizer.

We have a page with more information on the 2018 Fair, along with information on the guidelines for practitioners and an online application form.

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Energy Fair

Floyd Energy Fair 2017​SustainFloyd and Apple Ridge Farm are hoping to electrify adults and children with fascinating exhibits and fun at the first annual Floyd Energy Fair at Chantilly Farm on Saturday, July 15 from 10 am to 5 pm.  For more info go to http://bit.ly/2rlLztB

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Christmas Parade 2016

The Partnership for Floyd decided to join our community to participate in the Christmas Parade on Sunday, November 27, 2016.  The theme was ” A Farmer’s Christmas.”

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Ken Cundiff (top) dolled up “Big Red”, his antique red flatbed farm truck. Mitch Cundiff rode shotgun and Karin Grosshans helped get the truck into parade position. Dede McGrath supplied stuffed animals & Jane Cundiff decorated the farm-cut local pine with red peppers, straw ornaments and lights. Barbara Pleasant added a Mrs. Christmas scarecrow.

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Kamala Bauers brought kazoos.

We had a fun time "playing" Christmas carols on the kazoos as we rode through town and waved to our Floyd friends & neighbors along the way.

We had a fun time “playing” Christmas carols on the kazoos as we rode through town and waved to our Floyd friends & neighbors along the way.

PFF members and parade participants. Left back = Ken Cundiff, Tim Smith, Barbara Pleasant, Randal Wells. Front left = Dede McGrath in her cow outfit, Marjorie Wellos, Durga the dancing poodle, Liz Warriner, Jack Wall and John Hopkins

PFF members and parade participants. Back row, left to right: Ken Cundiff, Tim Smith, Barbara Pleasant, and Randall Wells. Front row, left to right: Dede McGrath in her cow outfit, Marjorie Wells, Durga the dancing poodle, Liz Warriner, Jack Wall, and John Hopkins

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