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Board of the Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association Welcomes Castro Valley Resident

Chuck Moore of Castro Valley was appointed by Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley

By Autumn Johnson/Patch

The Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association welcomes a Castro Valley resident and business owner to the Alameda County Fair Board of Directors. 

According to a statement released by the Alameda County Fair, Chuck Moore is the newest member of the board, which is led by President Janet Lockhart, the former mayor of Dublin. Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley appointed Moore to the Board of the Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association.

[Related article: Board of the Alameda County Agricultural Fair Association Welcomes 3 New Members]

More information about the appointment can be found below:

As one of the largest non-profit organizations in Northern California, the Fair Association’s 26 Board Members oversee the operations of the Alameda County Fairgrounds which attracts over three million visitors each year. The Alameda County Fair Board of Directors welcomes the knowledge and expertise that Chuck Moore of Castro Valley brings to the Board. 

President of the Fair Board, Janet Lockhart states, “The agriculture, community service commitment, and enthusiasm Chuck Moore offers will be an asset to the Fair Board and the Fair community.”

Chuck Moore of Castro Valley, Owner of Pacific Coast Well & Pump and Graceland 
Equestrian Center, brings expertise in business, agriculture, and building construction. Moore’s community involvement includes work with Alameda County Agricultural Board, United States Equestrian Federation, EALI (Eden Area Livability Initiative) Blue Ribbon Steering Committee, and the National Hot Rod Association. 

“Alameda County has a rich agricultural heritage and my wife Peggy and I have always been actively involved in agriculture. My goal is to promote agriculture in 
our community,” says Moore.

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