Cleanup crew honored at Clinton County Fair


From left, Dave and Kim Albers and crew member Shawn Hartley, were recognized as Clinton County Fair Business Honorees for their longtime support of the county fair as the cleanup crew. The Alberses have performed cleanup duties during 22 consecutive fairs, while Hartley has assisted for 14 summers. Among other things, cleaning up trash is key in keeping uninvited bees and flies from the festivities. Clinton County Agricultural Society member Mike Hacker said the crew “went above and beyond” last summer in addressing COVID-19 concerns. The annual eight-day event draws thousands of people to the fairgrounds. Dave said a Wilmington sanitation worker told him the fair averages 250 cubic yards of garbage per year.

From left, Dave and Kim Albers and crew member Shawn Hartley, were recognized as Clinton County Fair Business Honorees for their longtime support of the county fair as the cleanup crew. The Alberses have performed cleanup duties during 22 consecutive fairs, while Hartley has assisted for 14 summers. Among other things, cleaning up trash is key in keeping uninvited bees and flies from the festivities. Clinton County Agricultural Society member Mike Hacker said the crew “went above and beyond” last summer in addressing COVID-19 concerns. The annual eight-day event draws thousands of people to the fairgrounds. Dave said a Wilmington sanitation worker told him the fair averages 250 cubic yards of garbage per year.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

From left, Dave and Kim Albers and crew member Shawn Hartley, were recognized as Clinton County Fair Business Honorees for their longtime support of the county fair as the cleanup crew. The Alberses have performed cleanup duties during 22 consecutive fairs, while Hartley has assisted for 14 summers. Among other things, cleaning up trash is key in keeping uninvited bees and flies from the festivities. Clinton County Agricultural Society member Mike Hacker said the crew “went above and beyond” last summer in addressing COVID-19 concerns. The annual eight-day event draws thousands of people to the fairgrounds. Dave said a Wilmington sanitation worker told him the fair averages 250 cubic yards of garbage per year.

From left, Dave and Kim Albers and crew member Shawn Hartley, were recognized as Clinton County Fair Business Honorees for their longtime support of the county fair as the cleanup crew. The Alberses have performed cleanup duties during 22 consecutive fairs, while Hartley has assisted for 14 summers. Among other things, cleaning up trash is key in keeping uninvited bees and flies from the festivities. Clinton County Agricultural Society member Mike Hacker said the crew “went above and beyond” last summer in addressing COVID-19 concerns. The annual eight-day event draws thousands of people to the fairgrounds. Dave said a Wilmington sanitation worker told him the fair averages 250 cubic yards of garbage per year.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/07/web1_biz_honoree_c.jpgFrom left, Dave and Kim Albers and crew member Shawn Hartley, were recognized as Clinton County Fair Business Honorees for their longtime support of the county fair as the cleanup crew. The Alberses have performed cleanup duties during 22 consecutive fairs, while Hartley has assisted for 14 summers. Among other things, cleaning up trash is key in keeping uninvited bees and flies from the festivities. Clinton County Agricultural Society member Mike Hacker said the crew “went above and beyond” last summer in addressing COVID-19 concerns. The annual eight-day event draws thousands of people to the fairgrounds. Dave said a Wilmington sanitation worker told him the fair averages 250 cubic yards of garbage per year. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal