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Each year the Clark County Fair Association hands out scholarship dollars to college-bound students that meet specific criteria; over the years, more than $500,000 has been awarded to students.

The Clark County Fair Association started the Scholarship Fund in 1988 with intent to provide funds to local 4-H, FFA and Open Class fair participants to attend a college, university, trade or vocational institution of their choice.

To be eligible for a Clark County Fair Association, Inc. Scholarship the applicant must have been actively involved in 4-H, FFA, or Open Class during previous Clark County Fairs.



Congratulations to the Clark County Scholarship Winners for 2019:

Hally Byford
Battle Ground High School, attending Washington State University Pullman – resident of Amboy

Taylre Byford
Battle Ground High School, attending Washington State University Pullman – resident of Amboy

Nicole Christensen
Skyview High School, attending Colorado Mesa University – resident of Vancouver

James Coder
Coder Christian Academy, attending Clark Community College – resident of Battle Ground

Grace Coder
Coder Christian Academy, attending Clark Community College – resident of Battle Ground

Evan Hefflin
CAM Academy, attending Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – resident of Vancouver

Marisa Hermance
Battle Ground High School, attending Clark Community College – resident of Battle Ground

Emma Hunter
Cedar Tree Classical Christian School, attending Northwest University – resident of Vancouver

Marissa Hunter
Cedar Tree Classical Christian School, attending California Baptist University – resident of Vancouver

Katherine Johnson
CAM Academy, attending Western Governors University – resident of Battle Ground

Bridgette McCarthy
Washougal High School, attending Gonzaga University – resident of Washougal

Ethan Oldham
Oldham Family Homeschool, attending Lewis-Clark State College – resident of Ridgefield

Alyssa Peterson
Cedar Tree Classical Christian School, attending Whitworth University – resident of Vancouver

Annalise Peterson
Cedar Tree Classical Christian School, attending Point Loma Nazarene University – resident of Vancouver

Paige Rinta
Praire High School, attending New Mexico State University – Resident of Ridgefield

Megan Sawyer
Prairie High School, attending Lewis and Clark College – resident of Battle Ground

Rachel Sherrell
LaCenter High School, attending Clark Community College – resident of La Center

Madison Thompson
Battle Ground High School, attending Washington State University Pullman – resident of Battle Ground

Emily Wagner
Battle Ground High School, attending Lower Columbia College – resident of Yacolt

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The Clark County Fair celebrates 151 years of showcasing Clark County’s rich agricultural heritage, community participation and outstanding commerce. The Clark County Fair has grown into one of the largest single location events in the Vancouver/Portland area and offers activities for the entire family. Get ready for the Sounds of Summer at Summer’s Best Party – The Clark County Fair – returns this August 2nd through 11th, 2019.