At the world’s greatest county fair, long lines and crowds of people make their way around the nearly 200 acres to see everything from animals and agriculture exhibits, to the midway and the plethora of delicious foods.
Among these crowds were thousands of senior citizens who turned out for the 99th annual Clay County Fair. The fair also hosted multiple days devoted to different groups including veterans and seniors and even hosted a day raising awareness for people with disabilities.
Elderbridge was on site at the Smokey Mountain Railroad Depot, giving out information and answering questions for anyone who stopped by. Visitors were informed about the services that Elderbridge provides as well as those provided by Lifelong Links and Senior Medicare Patrol.