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The new concrete floor in the Sheep Barn at the Fairgrounds was made possible by Fred Hill Materials and Myhre Concrete Construction. - Photo by Kassie Korich
The new concrete floor in the Sheep Barn at the Fairgrounds was made possible by Fred Hill Materials and Myhre Concrete Construction.
— image credit: Photo by Kassie Korich

What was once a dirt floor inside the Sheep Barn at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds is now a level layer of concrete.

Thanks to two local businesses, the barn floor is no longer dusty and unleveled. Fred Hill Materials and Myhre Concrete Construction donated their material and labor on June 11 to pour a new concrete surface for the approximately 20-year-old barn. Fred Hill Materials donated labor and 128-cubic yards of concrete worth $11,500. Crews from Myhre Concrete Construction worked to finish the floor.

“We like to be involved in the community and have supplied a lot of concrete at the Fairgrounds,” said Paul Eckley,

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