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Middlesex County Agricultural Hall of Fame Annual Meeting & Luncheon

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Middlesex County Agricultural Hall of Fame Annual Meeting & Luncheon

Time: March 9, 2011 from 11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Carousel Room at Western Fair
City/Town: London, Ontario
Phone: 519-457-8444
Event Type: induction, ceremony, and, annual, meeting
Organized By: MFA
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2011

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Event Description

This year the Middlesex County Agricultural Hall of Fame will be inducting Dick Heard, Ralph Ferguson and William Weld for 2011.

The induction ceremony will be held in the Carousel Room at Western Fair on Wed. March 9th beginning at 11:30am.

For tickets please contact the Middlesex Federation of Agriculture office at 519-457-8444



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