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Weld County Fair-Hands Volunteer Group

The Fair is a place you can have a grand time while giving back to your community! Every year we strive to make the Fair the very best that it can be, but this can only be accomplished with the help of our many wonderful volunteers!  Check out the different ways you can volunteer to help below.

Questions about becoming a volunteer, please contact Jenette Masarie at (970) 400-2069, email jmasarie@weldgov.com.


Fair Committees

“Want to make a difference, how about serving on one of the Weld County Fair Committees? All interested parties should complete the 2021 Committee Application and email it to Jenette Masarie. Below are all the committees you can apply to be apart of. We love to involve as many people as we can! If you have any questions please contact Jenette Masarie, Fair Coordinator at jmasarie@weldgov.com or (970) 400-2069.”

List of Fair Committees:

    • Jr. Livestock Sale
      • President; Fred Kayser
      • Vice President: Michael Hays
    • Jr. Livestock Animal Health & Project Inspection
      • President: Bridget Holcomb
      • Vice President: Cody LeBlanc
    • Security, Parking & Risk Management
      • President: Kevin Carbaugh
      • Vice President: Bri Hatch
    • Premier Exhibitor
      • President: Gus Sidwell
    • Education:
      • President: Jennifer Seltzer
    • All Around Showmanship
      • Debbie Carpio
    • Grounds, Promotions, Vendors, Entertainment, Fair Parade
      • President: Bridget Holcomb
      • Vice President: Cody LeBlanc
    • Fair BBQ
      • President: Becky Schneider-Seiler
    • Royalty
      • President: Pat Kindvall
      • Vice President: Cody Leblanc
    • Appreciation Lunches
      • President: Jane Miller

Fair Office Support Wanted

The Fair is seeking organized, friendly, customer service-driven individuals to volunteer as part of the Fair Office Team.  Knowledge of 4-H, FFA, and Open Class is a bonus. These individuals are to be team players who are willing to work in a high-paced office setting while answering questions of fairgoers. Other duties will be assigned based on skillset and experience. The Fair Office Support Team volunteers will report directly to the Fair Coordinator and Fair Secretary. If you are interested, email your resume and two references (no family references) to Nancy Gogreve, ngogreve@weldgov.com (must be 18 years or older). Positions will remain open until filled. We cannot wait to have you on the team!


The Weld County Fair-Hands are a group of OUTGOING, ENTHUSIASTIC people, with a passion for fun and people!

The Fair is a place you can have a grand time while giving back to your community! Every year we strive to make the Fair the very best that it can be, but this can only be accomplished with the help of our many wonderful volunteers! Volunteers work in a variety of capacities to help keep the tradition of the Weld County Fair alive. Our Fair is a FREE family event in our community the last week of July, which could not run without the power and dedication of volunteers. We are currently seeking volunteers to be a part of this elite group, no “fair experience” necessary. Would you consider joining our AWESOME team of helping hands.

Areas we are looking for help include, but are not limited to:
-CHEERFUL project check-in/check-out clerks
-FRIENDLY greeters and shuttle drivers
-HAPPY lunch servers
-SMILING traffic directors
-ENERGETIC hands to keep our grounds beautiful

Volunteers are needed July 29th-August 2nd. We will have a variety of shifts available and help on any day for any period of time is very much appreciated.

The Volunteer application can be viewed 2021 Volunteer Application.

Volunteer appreciation and training meeting will be held in July in the Exhibition Building at Island Grove. All volunteers are asked to attend this meeting. 

A sincere thank you to all of our past and future volunteers. The success of our Fair is a direct result of all that our volunteers give to our event!

Volunteers with 4-H Members Volunteers in Open Class