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Inspire Allegro inspires its youth to envision and achieve success in all facets of their lives through music. These fairs eventually faded and the last one was held in Since the 20s, Burdick has experienced a 70 year decline in population. With the farm situation as it is one can compare young farmers to the previous pioneers -- these are the pioneers of the late 20th century.
Pioneer Women: Voices from the Kansas Frontier by Joanna L. Stratton
Nowadays, practically all farm wives have supplemental jobs outside the home and the farmers themselves have supplemental jobs to enable them to continue their farming operations. Burdick reached its heights in the first 35 or 40 years and since then, like many other small communities in the Great Plains states, suffering the loss of schools and transportation to larger places, there has been a gradual loss of population and business activity.
Still, the community of Burdick moves into the future with faith and hope. In , the townspeople of Burdick revived the town fair celebration on Labor Day weekend. Each year, the parade gets longer and better, with attendance at the celebration averaging around 3, people, a testament to the fact that no matter where people have moved, many still maintain a connection to this small town, returning year after year to honor it.