John Steffanic - Fair Manager
John grew up in Portola and has been coming to the Plumas Sierra County Fair since he was a little boy. In his position, John is in charge of managing the fairgrounds profitably and serving the community any way he can. He is not only responsible for putting on the best Fair possible, he is constantly searching for other events of interest to both counties. John has a deep committment to the area and is more than happy to come speak to your organization. His position is full time, so you can reach him all year at the fairgrounds.
Oran Morrison - Maintenance Supervisor
Oran has grown up in Northern California and found his way to Plumas County by way of his wife, Michelle. Her family has very deep roots in the area and with the Fair; her father, Phil Brescianni has been a county supervisor and fair board director. Oran grew up as a member of FFA (he was a Sentinel), and has made sure his kids, Cody and Chyanne, participate in 4H. We are lucky to have Oran, who is a licensed contractor and is active in maintenance and safety education through the State of California's Fairs and Expositions Division. For over 20 years, he has come to the fairgrounds, day and night, rain and snow, to make sure our customers get what they need. His excellent sense of customer service, and professionalism, has earned him respect and appreciation in our community and throughout the fair industry.
Chipper - Mascot
Chipper is a rodent. A large rodent, but still, a rodent. As a six foot tall rodent, you might expect an a aggressive furry animal. Instead, you get one that dances and high-fives. Not much is known about Chipper, probably because he can't talk; just dance and high-five. Wait, he can hug too. But that's all we know. He will come to your local parade if he can and you will see him at events on the fairgrounds. Chipper, the world's most interesting chipmunk.