Nevada County Fairgrounds has Community Involvement Day July 29
July 19, 2013
Make donations at fair and get free tickets
The Nevada County Fairgrounds, the Food Bank of Nevada County, Foothill Lions and BloodSource are teaming up July 29 for Community Involvement Day — a day to donate items to these nonprofits, while also receiving free tickets to the fair. These organizations will be at the fairgrounds' gate 1 main parking lot from 1-6 p.m. July 29, to receive donations.
Food Bank of Nevada County: Donate four cans of food to the Food Bank of Nevada County and receive a coupon to redeem for one free fair admission ticket with the purchase of one fair admission ticket. For more information about the Food Bank , visit http://foodbankofnc.org or call 530-272-3796.
Foothill Lions: Drop off a donation of an old hearing aid or old prescription eye glasses and receive a coupon to redeem for one free fair admission ticket with the purchase of one fair admission ticket.
BloodSource: Make a blood donation at the BloodSource bloodmobile located in the main parking lot (Gate 1) at the fairgrounds and receive a free admission ticket to any day of the fair. For information, visit http://bloodsource.org or call 1-866-822-5663.
Feel free to donate to any one organization or all. To receive your free tickets, all donations must be brought to the gate 1 parking lot at the fairgrounds from 1-6 p.m. July 29.
Coupons received for the donations to the Food Bank of Nevada County and Foothill Lions (buy one, get one free) must be redeemed during pre-sale dates, which take place until Aug. 6. Pre-sale discounted tickets can be bought on Community Involvement Day at Guest Services, gate 1.
This year's fair is Aug. 7-11. Visit http://NevadaCountyFair.com for information or call the Fair Office at 530-273-6217.
— The Union staff
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