Nancy F. Keller
Nancy Free Keller is a native of Frederick County, and a Life Member of The Frederick County Agricultural Society Inc. since 2007. Elected in April 2010, Mrs. Keller serves as a member of the Board of Managers of The Frederick County Agricultural Society Inc. and as a Board of Director of The Great Frederick Fair Inc.
Mrs. Keller has been involved in the beef cattle industry since being in 4-H showing cattle at the fair, and regional and national shows. A Family Consumer Science teacher by trade, she and her family own and operate Windy Hollow Growers, and are vendors at area Farmers Markets.
A former director of the Frederick County Farm Museum, Mrs. Keller is also a member of the New Midway Volunteer Fire Department and the Frederick County Farm Bureau.
Mrs. Keller’s goal is to continue her father, Joseph C. Free’s work to promote The Great Frederick Fair. Her earliest recollection of the fair was walking through the beef cattle exhibits with her family, and her grandmother entering her chocolate fudge at the fair in the House Arts building. A multi-generational fairgoer, she hopes pass her interest in the Fair to her grandchildren.