Virtual event

Meadville, the beloved community fair has moved to a virtual event |

The fifth annual Meadville, the beloved community fair will be held virtually this year, following the format used in its latest iteration.

The organizers announced Wednesday the transition to virtual. Links to the fair’s digital presentation will be available beginning February 27 on the websites of the Meadville Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Board, Forever Broadcasting, and Meadville Area Middle School, as well as potentially others. The college website will also have a link to the pdf digital passport for students.

As in previous years, Meadville, the beloved community fair will feature local agencies, governments, school districts, health systems, outreach programs and organizations that impact the daily lives of area residents. of Meadville. The event is a collaborative effort between Allegheny College, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Board, and the Crawford Central School District.

Participating groups will produce three-minute “webisodes” that will be broadcast for the virtual program. Meadville-area middle school students will also work on fair projects, which are judged on the basis of a rubric and trophies awarded to groups and individuals.

Any organization or group that has not participated in previous versions of the fair and wishes to do so is encouraged to contact Armendia Dixon at [email protected] Invitations have been sent to former participants.

Parents, their children and all citizens are invited to attend the fair via the links when they are made available.