Congratulations to Lucinda Miller, OSU Extension specialist, 4-H companion and small animal programs, on being one of seven 2015 inductees into the Ohio State Fair Hall of Fame. She was honored for being an exhibitor and supporter of 4-H and livestock shows for 37 years. The induction ceremony was Aug. 7 at the fair.
Also during the ceremony, the late Gene Isler, who was a professor of animal sciences in CFAES for 23 years, was inducted posthumously into the hall for his 63 total years of swine support. He died in March.
The Ohio State Fair Hall of Fame was created in 1976 for the purpose of recognizing individuals who have made outstanding contributions toward making the Ohio State Fair one of the nation’s premier expositions. Inductees are chosen each year by the Governor.
See the program from the induction ceremony here.