“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.” 1 Peter 4:10
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Volunteering for the Nativity County Fair is so fun that you almost feel like you're getting away with something, indulging in some time off with good friends...then you remember it's all for the kids! - Rebecca Devine
I love volunteering at the Nativity County Fair because I feel like an important part of something incredible.
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Volunteering at the Nativity County Fair is so fun! We work with friends, and we get to help our school. The County Fair is one of our favorite weekends of the year.
Caleb Ling, 5th grade
"I like volunteering at the Nativity County Fair because it's fun, we get to see friends, and we get to help the younger kids win prizes.
Will Krumm, 5th Grade
Nativity is a very special place. My kids have always felt safe and at home when they walked in those doors. I am grateful that we had the opportunity to send our kids to such a place and wanted to make that available to as many others as possible. Volunteering for the NCF was another way that we could give back to this special community. I must admit, it was a bit selfish as well, in that I became even more connected to this place that I value. I met so many great and generous people working for the Fair over the years. These connections and friendships will no doubt last a lifetime. Knowing so many wonderful people made every other experience at Nativity even more meaningful. Most importantly, I believe the time spent serving at the NCF sent a very powerful message to my children about the value we placed on their education. I am confident that this had a significant impact on them, and they did not take their education and experience at Nativity for granted.
- Dr. Ed Kelly, Former Steering Committee Member