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Senior Day - Friday, June 29, 2018

1pm             Cass Co. Senior Citizen Recognition & Refreshments
1-3pm          Senior Band - Frank & Fran (Part of Frankly Country (Don Smith Bldg.)
7:00pm       Bull Ride (Grand Stand Event)
8-12pm       Entertainment by SOLO
10pm           Exhibit & Commercial Buildings Close

Outstanding Senior Citizen Award

On Friday, June30 at 1pm the Cass County Fair will award one man and one woman the outstanding senior citizen award for Cass County, MN. Small prizes, recognition and ceremony will happen prior to the Frankie Lamb Band performance in the Don Smith Building at the Fairgrounds.

If you are interested in nominating someone please contact Terri Foster at 218-821-0444. Please note, that if you are interested in having the outstanding senior compete at the State level in conjunction with the MN State Fair that the registration form to nominate someone is quite lengthy and would need to be completed to allow them to move on. However a phone or email nomination at the county level is acceptable.

MN State Nominations please review the nomination process and criteria, complete the application and return to Cass County Agricultural Association, PO Box 428, Pine River, MN 56474. For additional questions please contact. Terri Foster at 218-821-0444.

Nomination Forms to compete for the MN State Fair Outstanding Senior Citizen - Download Here


Congratulations to our Outstanding Senior Citizens of Cass County for 2013!

Barb Frederick and Virgil Foster

Nomination Procedures & Eligibility Criteria

  • The nominee must be a resident of Minnesota.
  • The nominee’s volunteer service must be accomplished after reaching age 65.
  • Nominee must be age 70 by June 1, 2015.
  • Nominee must currently do a volunteer activity that is unpaid and demonstrates commitment to their local community.
  • A previous county winner not chosen as the state winner is eligible; however, a 2015
    nomination form must be completed.
  • You may only nominate one individual per nomination form.
  • Only one male and one female may be nominated in each county.
  • If the male and female you wish to nominate are married, they must be listed separately under one male and one female and an individual nomination form must be filled out for each.


Explain why you are nominating this person for the Outstanding Senior Citizen award. It is helpful to give specific, detailed and precise examples to assist the judges in choosing the winners. Do not hesitate to interview the person you are nominating. Nomination does not need to be kept secret. You may also speak to people at the organizations where the individual volunteers. Religious organization involvement will only be considered when it benefits the community. All information will be held in confidence by judges. Information submitted is not returned unless a request is made.

  • Judges will look for:
  • Diversity of accomplishments
  • How this person has touched the lives of other people in the community
  • Total scope of activities, including years of service and time commitment
  • Variety of services performed and involvement in organizations
  • Quantity of accomplishments and amount of service after age 65
  • Quality of activities, especially innovative services
  • Geographic area covered by their service
  • Individuals are encouraged to submit up to three letters of recommendation that focus on the candidate’s achievements. No more than three letters will be used in the judging