The Salinas Valley Fair Heritage Foundation was formed in 2001 by a group of men and women from up and down the Salinas Valley who are dedicated to supporting and improving the Salinas Valley Fair in King City. By March 27, 2002, the Heritage Foundation became a 501(c) 3 and had more than 140 members, usually two people, who pay $500 a year. Now its membership stands at more than 200 members.
The specific purposes of the Heritage Foundation are..."to preserve and enrich the heritage of the Salinas Valley Fair and showcase agricultural industries to the community. It will offer support to the 4-H and FFA programs, create agricultural education opportunities, promote public awareness and support for ongoing projects sponsored by the Salinas Valley Fair in maintaining and improving the current facility to further service the needs of the community..." The constituency encompasses not only the residents of southern Monterey County, but also thousands of people, especially youngsters, from throughout the country and beyond. From the outset, the Board of Directors has been hardworking and focused on bringing improvements to the Salinas Valley Fair, whether through work projects or fundraising.
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