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  • Fair hosts free event for special needs students

    Kissel Entertainment and the Greater Columbus Fair hosted Thursday morning a special, invitational-only event for more than 100 local special-needs students and their families. They were able to ride free on several select rides. The Greater Columbus Fair opened Oct. 26 and is at South Commons through Nov. 2.

Kissel Entertainment and the Greater Columbus Fair hosted Thursday morning a special, invitational-only event for more than 100 local special-needs students and their families. They were able to ride free on several select rides. The Greater Columbus Fair opened Oct. 26 and is at South Commons through Nov. 2. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Kissel Entertainment and the Greater Columbus Fair hosted Thursday morning a special, invitational-only event for more than 100 local special-needs students and their families. They were able to ride free on several select rides. The Greater Columbus Fair opened Oct. 26 and is at South Commons through Nov. 2. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

Greater Columbus Fair coming to town

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