After 18 years as chair of the 4-H fair board, Chapie Mastin retired at the beginning of the year.
The board chose Christy Hall and Greg McCauley to step into Mastin's shoes and run the show.
"Chapie said it took two people to replace him," joked Greg McCauley last week.
Mastin's retirement means the end of an era not only in Harrison County, but beyond.
"Chapie's very well known at the state level, there were a lot of people who couldn't believe he was retiring," Hall said. "It is very uncommon for a chairman to stay on for that amount of time."
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