Gov. Wolf and Ag Secretary Visit Harmony Grange Fair

(Photo by Wendy Brion)

(Photo by Wendy Brion)

WESTOVER – Gov. Tom Wolf and his wife, Frances, along with Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding visited the Harmony Grange Fair on Saturday.

They were accompanied by local and state representatives, including Rep. Tommy Sankey, R-73 of Clearfield, and Clearfield County Commissioners John A. Sobel and Mark B. McCracken.

Wolf took the opportunity to meet with many constituents and to try some of the local “fair food.”

Wolf joked that he and Redding were responsible for the beautiful weather Saturday, which was sunny and warm. “I love county fairs,” Wolf commented.

He noted that the closest town to the Harmony Grange Fairgrounds has a population of 81, but the fair draws over 18,000 visitors and that is a credit to the hard work of the volunteer fair board.

Redding added it was his first time at the Harmony Grange Fair and if you want to see Pennsylvania, and what the state is all about, you should go to a fair.

Shown are Gov. Tom Wolf and Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding with Clearfield County Commissioners John A. Sobel and Mark B. McCracken, along with county Treasurer Carol Fox, who is also a member of the fair board. (Photo by Wendy Brion)

Shown are Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding and Gov. Tom Wolf with State Rep. Tommy Sankey. (Photo by Wendy Brion)

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