2015 Moscow Renaissance Fair "Thank You" list

Our community effort makes the Moscow Renaissance Fair the fun event it has been for 41 years. Now turning 42, the spirit of volunteerism and generosity that has sustained the Fair all these years still lives among us in the form of the following people and organizations.

City of Moscow – waiver of dump fees
Moscow Parks & Recreation – provides tents and helps with setup
Latah Sanitation Inc. / Moscow Recycling – composting & recycling bins, dumpsters and support
First Step Internet – reduced charges for www.moscowrenfair.org web hosting
Book People of Moscow – hosted the poster contest & voting
One World Café – host of the poster display & unveiling
Vanessa Schmolke – help with poster contest
Andee Chosch-Pittenger – major poster distributor
Inland NW Broadcasting – radio advertising grant
Tri-State Outfitters – billboard advertising
Moscow Mardi Gras – Kid Village grant
Mary Hawkins – our Main Stage MC extraordinaire
KRFP Radio Free Moscow – provides recorded Public Service Announcements
KRFP DJ’s – volunteer DJs for live broadcast of the Main Stage
KUOI University of Idaho – broadcasts the live main stage events
Moscow Chamber of Commerce – provides the Zip2Water filtration system
Northwest River Supply – satellite parking area
Idaho Youth Challenge Academy – cadets help set-up the Fair
Smoky Mountain Pizzeria Grill – food for set-up helpers
Jimmy John’s – food platters for Idaho Youth Challege Academy volunteers
Ruby Valentine – main stage backdrop
Annie Hubble – Maypole Queen and trainer of Ellie
Royal Motor Inn – musicians lodging
Super 8 Motel – musicians lodging
Hillcrest Motel – musicians lodging
La Quinta Inn & Suites – musicians lodging
Fairfield Inn & Suites – musicians lodging
John F. Porter Atty – contract help
Rolling Hills Derby Dames and their Jr. league "The Wheat Whackers" – helping at Imagination Station
Kat Kimberling, Lauren Nancarrow, Cristina Willard – vendor hospitality booth volunteers
Moscow Middle School Earth Club – recycling volunteers
Moscow High School Environmental Club (Lee Anne Eareckson) – recycling volunteers
Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute (Daniel Sidder) – recycling volunteers
UI Center for Volunteerism & Social Action – recycling volunteers
Vendor Booth Sitters & NPO volunteers – for all you do, thank-you!
Jim Prall & Carolyn Berman – year round protectors of maypole & yurt
Jay Hunter/Don Chin – make & sell Renfair mugs & donate proceeds, help with coffee
Border Highlanders – leaders of the parade
Sandi Billings – parade flower fairy
Sam Obermayr & Maree McHugh – year-long storage of fair equipment
Bob’s Fire Equipment – food court safety
Hahn Rental Center – equipment rental discounts
The Moscow Renaissance Fair is a community celebration of spring held each year on the weekend of the first Sunday in May.
The fair is directed by a private, non-profit community group and is the only self-sustaining festival of its kind in the region.
Moscow Renaissance Fair | P.O. Box 8848 | Moscow, ID 83843 USA