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Flowers sought for Nobles County Fair this week

WORTHINGTON -- The public is invited to bring floral displays to the Nobles County Fair this week as a beautification project. This is separate from the open class competition, and is open to anyone of any age. There are no rules or requirements ...

WORTHINGTON - The public is invited to bring floral displays to the Nobles County Fair this week as a beautification project.

This is separate from the open class competition, and is open to anyone of any age. There are no rules or requirements - just an interest in sharing a lovely specimen. Flowers may include a single stem, a casual mixed bouquet, formal or themed arrangement, patio pot, hanging basket or favorite house plant. The non-judged event is simply for fun.

People may bring their flowers anytime during the fair to the horticulture building. The flowers should be picked up no later than 2 p.m. Sunday.

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