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2017 Second Annual Putter Jarvis Memorial Scholarship Winners

 

Colton Edgar top hand award 2017 sponsored by Alderman Cave

 

   
The 64th Annual Brown County Youth Fair

was dedicated to Brown County Youth Fair Lifetime Supporter and Member O.C. “Putter” Jarvis

2016 First Annual Putter Jarvis Memorial Scholarship Winners

 

He is quoted as saying, “ I have gained much from 4-H that no one can ever take from me. I believe I have learned the value of clean living; how to be a good loser as well as a winner; I know the value of money, the value of good livestock how to improve pastures and how to feed and manage livestock. Above all, I think 4-H has helped me develop proper attitudes and personality. It can do the same for every boy and girl who is interested in our nation’s welfare and in keeping it democratic and the world’s leader in agriculture.” Putter was always giving back to the youth fair, this was a trait he learned as a youth where he grew up in a home that put community service first and self down the list. As a "I Dare You Honor Roll" recipient in 1949 from the Danforth Foundation, he was challenged to dare greatly, to live usefully, and share freely all worthwhile things in life. He met this challenge wholeheartedly.   The Brown County Fair benefited from his participation as a board member, steering committee member involved in building current Earl Q. Wilson rodeo arena, outstanding buyer, leader and supporter of youth.  
   
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Putter Jarvis, Delton Sweatman and Bill Stewart, from left,
who have amassed close to 140 years of service to the
Brown County Fair Association, were presented custom-made
belt buckles by BCFA board members.