Fare at the fair: What it costs



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Doug Addison (right) and Melisa Alkire help prepare fish at the Charlottesville Lions Club tent at the Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


An afternoon or an evening at the Hancock County 4-H Fair means a stroll through the livestock barns and the 4-H Exhibit Hall. It also means food, and maybe even a ride on the Ferris wheel. How much will all this cost? If you’re going to the fair over its final three evenings, here’s what you might expect to pay for a night of entertainment.

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