Tradition of gun raffles continues at the fair

VERMONT TRADITIONS COALITION Treasurer Mike Bard, left, and Executive Director Mike Covey were happy to talk to folks at Field Days about their organization, but they also were raffling off guns get people to stop at their booth. Independent photo/Steve James

Though firearms are not physically allowed into the fair, during Field Days last week groups were allowed to hold gun raffles open to everyone in attendance.

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