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For the fifth year, Solanco Neighborhood Ministries will be collecting nonperishable food during the fair parade.
The ministry will be trying to fill a large red wagon pulled by a truck from Providence Auto.
She's won other art awards, but Kara Moyer is especially proud of the one that landed her work on the cover of the 2016 Solanco Fair Book.
Moyer, who completed eighth grade in June, worked on the project while a student at Smith Middle School.
Jim and Linda Landis remember their first fair week together.
"That's the week we were married," she said last week. "We weren't volunteering at the time and it seemed like a good time to get married."
That was also before the couple began more than 30 years of volunteering for the annual Solanco Fair.
In September, their fellow volunteers will honor Jim and Linda Landis for their contributions to the fair. The couple has been named Grand Marshals and will lead the fair's street parade.
Organizers are hoping to see a lot of Hawaiian-style parties in this year's Solanco Fair Parade.
"Our theme this year is 'A luau'," parade committee chairman Jeffrey Minnich said last week. "We've looked at a lot of themes from parades across the nation and we realized we have never had anything nearly like this. I have a list of more than 20 themes, some of which we may use and others we probably won't."