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Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Workers from Wilson Electronic Displays of Dayton construct a new digital sign Tuesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. The sign, which stands approximately 14 feet tall, will scroll through and promote upcoming events — and sponsorships — at the Miami County Fairgrounds, including the Miami County Fair, and will be more visible to the community. Funding for the sign was through an Ohio Department of Agriculture Capital Grant, which designated funding for improvement to fairgrounds throughout the state of Ohio, and received by the Miami County Agricultural Society, according to director Roberta Jacobs. A bathroom project near the horse arena/Pence Building will also begin soon as a result of the grant, she said.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Workers from Wilson Electronic Displays of Dayton construct a new digital sign Tuesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. The sign, which stands approximately 14 feet tall, will scroll through and promote upcoming events — and sponsorships — at the Miami County Fairgrounds, including the Miami County Fair, and will be more visible to the community. Funding for the sign was through an Ohio Department of Agriculture Capital Grant, which designated funding for improvement to fairgrounds throughout the state of Ohio, and received by the Miami County Agricultural Society, according to director Roberta Jacobs. A bathroom project near the horse arena/Pence Building will also begin soon as a result of the grant, she said.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Workers from Wilson Electronic Displays of Dayton construct a new digital sign Tuesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. The sign, which stands approximately 14 feet tall, will scroll through and promote upcoming events — and sponsorships — at the Miami County Fairgrounds, including the Miami County Fair, and will be more visible to the community. Funding for the sign was through an Ohio Department of Agriculture Capital Grant, which designated funding for improvement to fairgrounds throughout the state of Ohio, and received by the Miami County Agricultural Society, according to director Roberta Jacobs. A bathroom project near the horse arena/Pence Building will also begin soon as a result of the grant, she said.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/03/web1_170321aw_Fair_sign0039.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Workers from Wilson Electronic Displays of Dayton construct a new digital sign Tuesday at the Miami County Fairgrounds. The sign, which stands approximately 14 feet tall, will scroll through and promote upcoming events — and sponsorships — at the Miami County Fairgrounds, including the Miami County Fair, and will be more visible to the community. Funding for the sign was through an Ohio Department of Agriculture Capital Grant, which designated funding for improvement to fairgrounds throughout the state of Ohio, and received by the Miami County Agricultural Society, according to director Roberta Jacobs. A bathroom project near the horse arena/Pence Building will also begin soon as a result of the grant, she said.