Harford Fair management thankful for media people
HARFORD, Pa. -- Ryan Leckey of WNEP-TV has tried his hand at the skillet throwing, outhouse racing, zero-turn challenge, and tractor pulling at the Harford Fair in Susquehanna County. Who knows what is in store for Ryan this year as he broadcasts live from the fairgrounds on Monday, August 19th beginning at 4:30 a.m.
The Harford Fair proudly welcomes Ryan for the seventh year to kick off the opening of the Fair and to give a rundown of the unique as well as traditional events offered during fair week, August 19-24. Each year different aspects of the Fair are highlighted.
Kurt Aaron will be doing a “Does It Really Work?” segment from the Fair, to be broadcast on Thursday, August 22. Who knows what item will be tested and, of course, what the results will be, either a thumbs up or a thumbs down.
If you are interested in being a part of a live broadcast, plan to be at the fairgrounds between 4:00 and 6:30 a.m. on Monday, August 19th.
The Harford Fair Board of Directors and staff thank not only WNEP-TV but also all of the other media as well as the newspapers, sponsors, and volunteers who make the fair an annual people-pleaser. Harford Fair appreciates the support and extends a welcome to all and hopes to see you at the fair August 19-24, located just off Exit 217 of I-81. Check out the schedule of events on www.HarfordFair.com and Facebook.
Ryan Leckey from WNEP-TV will be broadcasting live from the Harford Fair on Monday, August 19, beginning at 4:30 a.m. He’s pictured interviewing Fair Director Mark Pease at last year’s Fair.