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Street Fair a crowd pleaser
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From left, Yadira Campos, Emma Viveros and Silvia Rodríguez serve up traditional Mexican food at the St. Catherine of Alexandria booth Saturday.

The 2022 Leadership McMinnville Class couldn't have asked for better weather for Saturday's Autumn Street Fair. The only things that came raining in were compliments from both vendors and attendees. This year's event saw the class bring in a record amount of sponsorships with a near sell-out of booth spaces.

“I could not be more proud of the work this team did to pull off a hugely successful event for our community. We all have a lot to be proud of and I really think all of Warren County has a lot to be proud of knowing these individuals are out there working and serving in the community,” says ASF Committee Chair Jackie Borowiak.

The Autumn Street Fair was the culmination of nearly a year's worth of work for Leadership. 

“This year’s Leadership Class was absolutely amazing. Saturday was great and I think these last few months have been both educational and fun. This class did a great job of working on their leadership skills in different areas and I think all of us learned a thing or two – about the community, about leading an organization, and even about ourselves,” says Leadership Co-Chair Dayron Deaton-Owens.

The event offered a wide variety of vendor booths, food, entertainment and activities.