For the second year in-a-row, the Needville Youth Fair will feature a crawfish boil sponsored by Legacy Ford. The event will be held at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 15 at the LeRoy Miksch Pavilion. Tickets are available at the door only and serving will continue while supplies last. Cost is $10 per plate. “We really appreciate Legacy Ford’s continuetd support of the youth in our community,” said Tricia Kaminski, Youth Fair Board vice president. Legacy Ford also supplies vehicles for use in the annual Youth Fair Parade. Shown are, from left, Tricia Kaminski, NYF vice president; Ron Ewer, Legacy Ford owner; Calvin Zwahr, NYF president; and Brad Johnson, Legacy sales manager
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