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Missouri State Fairgrounds Has Received $8 Million in Upgrades in Past Year

Coliseum at the Missouri State Fairgrounds, one of the earliest buildings on the fairgrounds. Photo by Missouri Preservation.

(Missourinet) There have been eight-million dollars in capital improvements at the State Fairgrounds in west-central Missouri’s Sedalia in the past year. There’s also been a large donation for a new director’s pavilion. That’s always been a tent in years past. Missouri State Fair director Mark Wolfe credits Sedalia’s Nucor for its generosity:

Nucor has opened a 400-million dollar steel plant near Highway 65. More than one-thousand people are expected to attend the Governor’s ham breakfast on August 19 in Sedalia. That will take place in the new director’s pavilion.


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