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Hancock County Fair

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 5:32 pm
by findlayref19
This was in this mornings newspaper in the "Public Docket" listed from action of the Sheriffs Department. The paper is The Courier. and on page B5. [url].https://findlaycourier-oh.newsmemory.com/[/url]

"A Findlay man with a conceal carry permit while holstering a firearm at the Hancock County Fairgrounds was informed of the fairground's policy as a "weaponfree property" Saturday."

While I find it disturbing that one of our conceal carry permit people would be observed while "holstering" a firearm. :roll: I find it more disturbing that the Sheriff Deputies could make such a statement. :? I did not attend the fair so couldn't say if they have the grounds posted. That would be a completely different question.

Re: Hancock County Fair

PostPosted: Tue Sep 03, 2019 8:52 pm
by Brian D.
Been several counties backsliding in this regard. OFCC honchos and AG Yost need to attend/crash the next state of Ohio county fairgrounds board annual conference, if there is such a thing.

Re: Hancock County Fair

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 6:30 am
by 3FULLMAGS+1
Brian D. wrote:Been several counties backsliding in this regard. OFCC honchos and AG Yost need to attend/crash the next state of Ohio county fairgrounds board annual conference, if there is such a thing.


Seems there IS such a conference of sorts.

Re: Hancock County Fair

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 6:56 am
by Brian D.
3FULLMAGS+1 wrote:
Brian D. wrote:Been several counties backsliding in this regard. OFCC honchos and AG Yost need to attend/crash the next state of Ohio county fairgrounds board annual conference, if there is such a thing.


Seems there IS such a conference of sorts.


Yeah, one of our members (xpd54?) attended it to address them, if memory serves.

Not surprising there's a yearly "conference". Nothing sweeter than spending government funds to throw yourself a party disguised as work session.