The Baytown Youth Fair is planning a 60th anniversary celebration in 2020 and raising funds for graduating seniors. Shown are Junior Queen Rebecca Currie, left, and runner-up Callie Mohler as they sold baked goods and snow cones at the Highlands Jamboree. BYF has several fundraisers planned to help raise scholarship money. The next one is a craft show on Nov. 9 at the fairgrounds, 7900 N. Main St., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will also be a Texas Roadhouse Dine To Donate and Bake Sales on Nov. 20 and Jan. 6, and a bunco fundraiser on Feb. 7.  Promote your business in the BYF 60th Anniversary Catalog. Email byfcatalog@yahoo.com for more info. Needing more? Visit www.baytownyouthfair.org or Facebook Baytown Youth Fair & Livestock Assoc. or email byffundraising@yahoo.com.

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