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101 New Beginnings with Old Traditions

June 10-15 2024

Fairfield Fair & Rodeo

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Freestone County Fair Association

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The Freestone County Fair Association showcases the hard work of local 4-H, FCCLA and FFA exhibitors. Exhibitors work year round to prepare for competition among the finest in Freestone County, and all are hoping to earn the title of "Grand Champion." The Freestone County Fair is dedicated to its motto “Looking Through the Past to Find the Future”.

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2024 FCFA Officers
2023 FCFAR Committee

FRONT ROW: 

Michelle Welch Secretary

Jody Bodine, President 

Brent Holmes, Treasurer

Todd Craig, Vice President


BACK ROW:

Will Steen

Keith Brockman

Marla Lookabill

Clint Fryer

Collin Puckett not pictured.

Do You Remember When?

FREESTONE COUNTY FAIR & RODEO

IMPORTANT DATES IN HISTORY

“LOOKING THRU THE PAST TO FIND THE FUTURE”
  • July 9, 1920, The Freestone County Livestock Association organized a permanent FREESTONE COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION in Teague, Texas.

  • September 26,27,28, 1922, the first Freestone County Fair organized by the Freestone County Fair Association was held in Teague, Texas.

  • In 1924, the FIRST PARADE, in the history of the Fair, was the opening feature of the Freestone County Fair in Teague. 

  • 1939 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ELECTED.

  • May 26, 1947, W. L. Moody Jr. deeded the 14 ½ acres to the City of Fairfield, Texas. The Deed was filed at the Freestone County Clerk’s office on October 21, 1948.

  • September 12, 1947, the Freestone County Livestock Association held the FIRST LIVESTOCK SALE was held.

  • 1948 FCFA held the first rodeo with PROFESSIONAL RODEO STOCK provided by Roland Reid of Hillsboro.  

  • 1989, a sign was unveiled naming the livestock show arena after ISIAH “IKE” CARDEN PAVILION, a former Freestone County Agent who was involved in helping Freestone County youths for many years. The “pipe” was donated by XTO and labor donated by McLeod Construction.

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