Equine barn raising at fairgrounds


Utilizing Capital Budget funds from the State of Ohio, a new 40 x 300 foot horse barn is under construction on the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The end of the barn that’s shown at the left edge of the photograph will house restrooms and a concessions area. That portion of the barn is the end closest to the existing outdoor riding arena. Darren O’dell with Seaman Construction said builders are shooting for the barn to be ready for use for this summer’s Clinton County Fair which starts July 8.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Utilizing Capital Budget funds from the State of Ohio, a new 40 x 300 foot horse barn is under construction on the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The end of the barn that’s shown at the left edge of the photograph will house restrooms and a concessions area. That portion of the barn is the end closest to the existing outdoor riding arena. Darren O’dell with Seaman Construction said builders are shooting for the barn to be ready for use for this summer’s Clinton County Fair which starts July 8.

Utilizing Capital Budget funds from the State of Ohio, a new 40 x 300 foot horse barn is under construction on the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The end of the barn that’s shown at the left edge of the photograph will house restrooms and a concessions area. That portion of the barn is the end closest to the existing outdoor riding arena. Darren O’dell with Seaman Construction said builders are shooting for the barn to be ready for use for this summer’s Clinton County Fair which starts July 8.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_barn_p_f.jpgUtilizing Capital Budget funds from the State of Ohio, a new 40 x 300 foot horse barn is under construction on the Clinton County Fairgrounds. The end of the barn that’s shown at the left edge of the photograph will house restrooms and a concessions area. That portion of the barn is the end closest to the existing outdoor riding arena. Darren O’dell with Seaman Construction said builders are shooting for the barn to be ready for use for this summer’s Clinton County Fair which starts July 8. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal