FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — Marjorie Johnson is famous for her blue ribbon baked goods at the Minnesota State Fair and she's being honored for her longtime dedication.
The 104-year-old has written a recipe book for her award-winning baked goodies and made appearances on national television programs such as the 'Tonight Show' and 'The Talk.'
Officials are giving Johnson the 50-Year Award, which honors employees, exhibitors, vendors, and/or volunteers at the fair.
Johnson will be honored in a special award ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 2, at 10 a.m., at the Leinie Lodge Bandshell.
Her name will be added to a permanent plaque located in the State Fair's Administration Building.
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