WARSAW — Due to current social gathering limitations, event organizers have decided to postpone the annual Wyoming County Pride of Agriculture dinner.

The event, which recognizes the best of the county’s agriculture, would normally conducted the first Saturday in March.

“The safety and health of our attendees is our first priority and we recognize that the COVID-19 pandemic social distancing guidelines will not be eased enough by the normal March event date,” said Scott Gardner, President of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce, in a news release. “There is a great deal planning that goes into this event by a dedicated group of organizations and volunteers, and there is too much uncertainty right now to host the event. We hope to reschedule the event later in the year if circumstances change to allow for larger gatherings.”

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