Our Past, Our Present, Our Future

A Message From Our President

Welcome to the 164th “Worlds Fair” Spencerville Fair of course.

It is my honour, to be the President of the Spencerville Fair for the next two years. It’s always been a part of our life, especially for the past 30 years with planning, fundraising and volunteering.

The fair has changed a lot of the years from when I was a teenage coming to the midway down to the town hall to now, thanks to the board members, sponsors and many, many volunteers.

This year we have lots of new and exciting shows books for the weekend entertainment, so make sure you put September 12th-15th on your calendar.

Can’t wait to see you there!
Julia Roddick, President 2019 - 2020


A Message From Our Fair Ambassador

As the 2018/2019 Spencerville Fair Ambassador I have already had the pleasure of serving our local agricultural society as our 40th ambassador. So far, I have had bountiful opportunities that I normally wouldn’t get to experience.

 As your 40th ambassador of the Spencerville Fair I’d like for our community to get to know me a little bit. My name is Makenna Carmichael and I’m a local 18-year-old student from Shanly, ON, just east of Spencerville. My whole life I have grown up on a cash crop farm with my family, which consists of 6 kids. At times it got crazy and rambunctious in my house growing up. I think that growing up on the farm with all my siblings helped shape my personality and my character. It has made me the outgoing, well-spoken, independent, young women that I am today.

 Throughout my school years I have always been involved in the different activities or clubs that have been offered, and as I get older, I have begun to jump on even more of these opportunities.

 Something that I will personally strive to work on this year as your local Fair Ambassador will be actively engaging the community. I would like to see all ages of our community not only get involved in our fair but the true roots behind it. For me this is something that I am passionate about and I feel that this is an area that many of our community members aren’t educated on. For all of my life I have been involved with agriculture in some way shape or form! I believe that this has truly helped shape me as an ambassador and what has given me the passion to pursue this role.

 During my term as ambassador I would like to partake in as many activities and events as possible. Whether it be attending local 4-H achievement days, fundraising events or visiting other fair board meetings, I would be happy to attend each and every one. Something else that I look forward to doing in my role would be visiting the local schools and showing them the importance, that agriculture has on our communities. I think this will help me reach my goal of educating and engaging our community members.

 This year the opportunity I most look forward to would be travelling to Toronto in February and August to prepare and compete in the CNE Ambassadors of The Fairs competition. I am thrilled and honoured to be representing the Spencerville Agricultural Society! I look forward to this opportunity and appreciate all the support I have from my community!

 Thank you to everyone for all the support!
Makenna Carmichael, 40th Ambassador of the Spencerville Fair

Join us for our regular meetings held on the second Monday of every month.

For more information contact (613) 658-3333 or info@spencervillefair.ca


Spencerville Agricultural Society Board Of Directors

President — Julia Roddick
First Vice President — Mike Mills
Second Vice President — Rebecca Lawrence
Treasurer — Michael Stephenson
Secretary — Esther Vrieze



Barbara Vail
Brian Seeley
Dennis Colautti
Dorothy Seeley
Eric Connell

George Vail
Harold Malcomson
Jeff Roddick
Robert Drummond
Tammy Ferguson



Arlene Murphy
Barbara Roddick
Bobby Campbell
Bonnie Norton
Bryan Cook
Carla Saunders
Carol Butcher
Carol Jones-Packwood
Carson Illingworth
Darcy Dejong
Debbie Miller

Gord Mills
Helen Rice
Joe Lawrence
Justin Roddick
Kathryn Connell
Krista Dillabough
Mark Packwood
Michael Tracey
Paul Bouchard
Philip  Malcomnson
Rob Hawkins

Roger Miller
Sally Simms
Sally Tuffin
Sheila Farrell
Spencer Cook
Stephanie Summers
Steve Rainey
Steve Summers
Susan TeGrotenhuis
Susan Trivett
Vicki Cucman



Allister Brown
Barb Malcomson
Brandon Shipman
Chloe Severson
Chris McIntyre
Claude Blanchette
Conor Cleary
Cydney Smith
Daniel Lassenba
Darlene Dillabough
Darlene Severson
Dave Graham


Doug Cleary
Doug Cook
Edward Cavanagh
Erwin Kelso
Gary McWilliams
Jessica Roddick
Joshua Roddick
Kaitlin Norton
Karmel Smith
Kaylee Roddick
Kelsey Dillabough

Kiana Carmichael
Kristy Flynn
Makenna Carmichael
Martha Sloan
Melissa Workman
Mike Cucman
Ryan Sloan
Steve Noccey
Steve Polite
Travis Stephenson
Vicki Cameron
Wayne Dillabough


Evelyn McWilliams
Julianna Hawkins

Keira Hawkins
Luceus Bouchard

Navaeh Carmichael
Olivia Cook



1950-51 : H.E. Baker*
1952-53 : William Burchell*
1954-55 : P.R. Barnard*
1956-57 : W.J. Brown*
1958-59 : John Bruce*
1960-61 : James Magee*
1962-63 : Stanley Price*
1964-65 : Jim Bennett
1966-67 : Beryl Bruce*
1968-69 : William Hooper*
1970-71 : Ross Somerville*
1972-73 : Fred Martin*
1974-75 : Harold McBryde*
1976-77 : Russell Bennett
1978-79 : David Sloan
1980-81 : Graham Burchell

1982-83 : Muriel Irving*
1984-85 : Andrew Lawrence
1986-87 : Bill Hooper
1988-89 : Carol Shannon
1990-91 : Martin Connell
1992-93 : Glenn Somerville*
1994-95 : Bill Horner
1996-97 : Rod Norton*
1998-00 : Jeff Roddick
2001-02 : Harold Malcomson
2002-04: Sheila Bush
2005-07: Dennis Colautti
2008-10: Brian Seeley
2010-13: Robert Drummond
2014-16 - Randy Norton
2017-18 - Shelley Stephenson



Michael Barrett, M.P.   |   Steve Clark, M.P.P.


Jim Bennett   |   Elsie McBryde   |    Andy Lawrence   |   Marilynne Drummond

If you'd like to donate your time and skills and be a part of a successful agricultural fair, contact (613) 658-3333.

The Spencerville Fair Sponsorship Network focuses on gathering funds in support of Spencerville Fair programming, making certain that sponsors are properly acknowledged and ensuring the longevity of the Spencerville Agricultural Society.