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“From the beginning, we were impressed with what Saffire had to offer and were excited to jump on board. By utilizing the training tools and instructional videos in the Saffire U Program, we were able to quickly understand how to manage the site ourselves, which allowed for an easy start-up process. The capability to schedule events and homepage features is one of our favorite things and helps ease my mind, knowing that our homepage is constantly updating and showcasing new content while I’m away from the computer. Between the helpful staff, quick design turnaround time, and unique website features, we would highly recommend the Saffire Team to any of our fellow fair friends.”

Brittany Will
Director of Marketing & Public Relations
Sioux Empire Fair
On June 3, 1938, Mrs. Winona A. Lyon deeded to Minnehaha County 49.57 acres of land on the west side of the Sioux River, south of Highway 38, near West Sioux Falls for use as a fairground, subject to rigid "exceptions, reservations, restrictions and limitations". Under the terms of the gift, the grounds must be designated as the "William H. Lyon Fairgrounds" and shall be maintained, managed and controlled by the county Commissioners and their successors in office, for use of the public as a County Fair Grounds, wherein generally specified displays of farm produce, livestock and crafts could be exhibited, and 4-H Clubs and Home Extension work could be demonstrated. Provision is also made for the entertainment of the public with amusements of various kinds.



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