Harford Fair announces traffic employee of the year


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Scott Knifer, traffic crew chief, and Kyle Smith, Harford Fair traffic employee for 2016, pose for a photo on the last day of the fair. Smith was recognized because of his leadership skills and friendly manner.


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NEW MILFORD — Kyle Smith, of Starrucca was selected as the Harford Fair’s Traffic Employee of the Year for 2016 . Chuck Latwinski initiated the award last year to recognize a traffic worker who went above and beyond his or her duties throughout fair week.

Following his recognition, Smith gave credit to his crew chief, Scott Knifer, who he said was his inspiration.

While many of the workers are ones who have worked at the fair for many years, Smith is a new employee this year. It is also his first time to attend the Harford Fair. He worked every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Scott Knifer, traffic crew chief, and Kyle Smith, Harford Fair traffic employee for 2016, pose for a photo on the last day of the fair. Smith was recognized because of his leadership skills and friendly manner.
http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_ABJ-Fair-Traffic.jpgScott Knifer, traffic crew chief, and Kyle Smith, Harford Fair traffic employee for 2016, pose for a photo on the last day of the fair. Smith was recognized because of his leadership skills and friendly manner. Submitted photo

For Abington Journal

Information provided by the Harford Fair.

Information provided by the Harford Fair.

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