To meet FEMA requirements ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST fill out the Volunteer Form below. To save time, please bring your filled out form with you when arriving at the grounds.
( It is our hope to possibly be able to receive FEMA funds to help recoup some of the damage costs. )
The Cedar County Fairgrounds sustained significant damage from the Floods that took place March 13th.
We will be organizing a series of clean-up nights on the fairgrounds with Phase 1 of our clean-up starting Thursday, March 21st and Friday, March 22nd starting promptly at 6:00 pm.
All volunteers must check-in at the front gate to sign-in and receive building assignments. Once you have checked-in, you will need to report to your building/project leader assigned. (For safety purposes we are asking for Teen & Adult Help only at this stage.)
Phase 1 : March 21st & 22nd Starting Promptly at 6:00 pm
1. Clean Mud From Buildings
2. Remove Corn Silt from Fencing
What to bring?
What to Wear?
If you are able to help, please message us or let us know if you have any questions! We will continue to post updates to our Facebook page as they become available. https://www.facebook.com/cedarcountyfair/
We have a lot work ahead of us but the "Show Must Go On" and we know that with all your help we will make the 2019 Fair one for the record books!
Please turn in this form at the front entrance at the fairgrounds and a board member will get you checked-in. Forms will also be available for you to fill out and turn in on Clean-up Nights.
We will have two options for tracking & recording your volunteer hours.
Click the link below to register with the Ag Society and start logging your hours :
Go to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and search for “Track it Forward” and you should find the app. We encourage all volunteers to have it but we will have procedures in place to track and enter your hours for you.