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holsteins - Harriston
BEST WISHES FOR A
SUCCESSFUL FAIR
BABY SHOW
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2015
Arena Auditorium
Judging to begin - 1:30 pm SHARP!
Last minute registrations: 1:00 - 1:30 pm
EVERY BABY IS A WINNER!
Boys and girls judged together in each class.
All babies introduced and prizes distributed immediately
following your class.
CLASSES (Age as of Sept. 20, 2015)
0 - 6 months
6 - 12 months
12 - 18 months
18 - 24 months
Wilfred McIntee & Co. Ltd. Brokerage
519-338-3526
[email protected]
"See us for all your Real Estate needs."
Tom McDonald
Complete
Please contact:
Natalia Fosse
Tel: 519-338-5334
E-mail: [email protected]
ION SERVI
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John D. McPhee & David McPhee
Auctioneers
Mount Forest 519-323-4058
6196 16th Line
Minto519-338-9920
MARTIN’S
South Street
HOLSTEINS
CA F E
RR 1 Palmerston, ON N0G 2P0
Fresh Cows - Bred Heifers - Breeding Bulls
Complete Herds - Bought / Sold
DENNIS MARTIN
Home: 519-338-5497
& GOURMET CUISINE
62 Elora St., Harriston Ont.
[email protected]
www.southstreetcafe.ca
Cell: 519-654-7833
Barn: 519-338-3923
Fax: 519-338-2434
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Jake Tyson
877-510-6264
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25 -
26 - 27 -
28 -
29- CHILDREN’S FAIR COMPETITION
SECTION 20
SECTION 21
JUNIOR
SENIOR
JK - GRADE 4
GRADES 5 - 8
as of Jan 1, 2015
MARION BRACKEN MEMORIAL SPECIAL
30 -
Collection of Vegetables in a Basket
(Not less than 5 varieties)
PRIZES: $3.00, $2.00, $1.00
Chairman: Dorothy Grotenhuis 519-338-3167
RULES AND REGULATIONS!
1. No child may make more than one entry in each class.
2. All entries shall be on the grounds, properly tagged
and ready for the table by 11:00 am on the first day
of the fair. Entries coming in late will only receive
consideration if their class has not already been
judged.
3. Please use white tags and make sure all tags are
securely fastened.
4. No entry fee for students.
5. Points: 1st prize - 8 points; 2nd prize - 7 points; 3rd prize - 6 points; 4th prize - 5 points;
5th prize - 4 points; 6th prize - 3 points
DOROTHY GROTENHUIS SPECIAL
31 - Longest Carrot
32 - Longest Zucchini
33 - Largest Tomato
34 - Largest Potato
35- Longest Bean
36 - Biggest Cucumber
37 - Strangest Looking Vegetable
38 - Largest Pumpkin or Squash
39- Pizza Ingredient, 3 vegetables you would use as a pizza topping
40- Garden Salad, 3 fresh herbs labelled
PRIZES: $2.50, $2.25, $2.00, 1.75, 1.50, 1.25
Prizes: $3.00, $2.50, $2.25, $2.00, 1.75, 1.50
Children entering section 20 are eligible for a free pass
to the fair grounds Saturday. It is your responsibility to
pick up your pass Friday morning from the fair office.
VEGETABLE SPECIAL
Produce not necessarily grown in child’s garden.
41 - Any animal made from a vegetable or combination
of vegetables
42 - Any animal design made of seeds on a 30 cm. x
30 cm. piece of cardboard
Prizes: $3.00, $2.50, $2.00
PRIZE MONEY MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE OFFICE
SATURDAY AFTERNOON OR SUNDAY. FOR
CHILDREN'S CLASSES ONLY!
GRAINS
CLASS
1 -
2 -
3 -
4 -
5 -
6 -
7 -
8 -
9 -
FLOWERS CLASS
43 - Dwarf Zinnias, 5 blooms
44 - Giant Zinnias, 3 blooms
45 - Cosmos, 3 sprays
46 - Marigolds, 3 blooms (over 2")
47 - Gladioli, 1 spike (stem in proportion to flower head)
48 - Asters, 3 blooms, one colour
49 - Asters, 3 Blooms, mixed colours
50 - Calendula, 3 blooms
51 - Petunias, 3 stems, single variety
52 - Petunias, 3 blooms, double variety
53 - Snapdragons, 3 spikes
54 - Pansies, 3 blooms
55 - Geraniums, 3 stems
56 - Ornamental Sunflower, 1 stem
Barley, 1 quart
Wheat, 1 quart
Mixed Grain, 1 quart
Field Corn, 3 cobs
First Cut Hay , 2 slices
Haylage, sample in a large Ziploc bag
Sunflowers, 2 heads, any stage of maturity,
not ornamental type
Soybeans, sheaf of 5 plants with roots on
Corn stalk, tallest, no roots
VEGETABLES
CLASS
10 -
11 -
12 -
13 -
14 -
15 -
16 -
17 -
18 -
19 - 20 -
21 -
22 -
23 -
3 Spanish onions (unpeeled)
3 Cooking onions (unpeeled)
3 Red onions (unpeeled)
3 Ripe tomatoes (with stem)
6 Ripe Cherry tomatoes (with stem)
2 Pie Pumpkin
3 Slicing Cucumbers (not seedless)
3 Beets
3 Carrots
3 Sweet Corn
(1/3 husk removed)
3 White Potatoes
3 Red Potatoes
1 Green Cabbage
5 Yellow Beans
5 Green Beans
5 Purple Beans
2 Squash, best matched pair
3 Gourds, small, any variety
2 Halloween Pumpkins (25” - 40”)
2 garlic dried
FREE SCOOTER DRAW
For Town of Minto Elementary school children. One girl and one boy will receive a scooter.
One will be donated by the Harriston Home Hardware and the other by the HarristonMinto Agricultural Society. Tickets will be given out to Elementary School Children at
Harriston-Minto public school in September. The draw will be made at 2:00PM Sunday,
September 20th at the Demolition Derby.
YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.
If you did not receive a ticket, pick one up at the fair office on fall fair weekend.
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FLOWER SPECIALS
Plants not necessarily grown by child.
FAIR BOARD SPECIAL FOR CHILDREN
Open to any student in the Town of Minto
Seeds donated by Speare Seeds.
Please put age of exhibitor on tag.
57 - “Leave it to me” Collection of 6 leaves named
mounted on bristol board.
58 - “Don’t toy with me” A small floral design 10” x 12”
using your favourite toy.
59 - “Halloween” A small floral arrangement in a pumpkin.
60 - “My Feathered Friend” Make a bird from dried plant
material not to exceed 30 cm (12”)
61 - "Once Again" an arrangement in a recycled container.
62 - "Wooden It Be Nice" A design of fresh plant material
to include decorative wood.
63- “Aprons & Overalls” A design depicting this year’s fair not exceeding 35 cm.
Prizes: $3.00, $2.50, $2.00
60 -
Best Jack-O-Lantern (cut out)
61 -
Oddest shaped pumpkin
62 -
Best decorated pumpkin (not cut out)
63 -
Best decorated pumpkin to resemble a prominent citizen (not cut out) with a card
telling who.
Prizes: $5.00, $4.50, $4.00, $3.50, $3.00, $2.50
Please note the above category will be judged on
originality, decoration, etc. and not on the pumpkin.
NORTH WELLINGTON CO-OP TROPHIES
The North Wellington Co-op donates a trophy to the child
with the most points in Grains, Vegetables and Flowers in
Sections 20 & 21. One trophy for each category.
SCHOOL DISPLAYS & COMPETITION
1 - All display items must be done by the students
during 2014-2015 school year.
2 - The school will receive $10.00 for each display.
3 - Each display must be identified with a title and
must suggest a definite theme.
4 - Displays and display items are not judged!
Please register all displays at the office.
LARRY WEBER MEMORIAL TROPHY
To the child with the highest total points in Sections 20 &
21; Classes 1 - 63.
MUTT SHOW
Saturday - September 19, 2015
(Immediately following the parade)
Ball Diamond at Harriston-Minto Complex
Director: Jack Shannon 519-338-5240
DON GOLL & SON
WELL DRILLING
2015 Show sponsored by
Harriston Veterinary Services
Pre-registration requested.
Exhibitors must be between 6 & 14 years of age.
Exhibitors must be able to handle dog.
Exhibitors must have dog on leash at all times.
Each dog can enter 3 classes.
CLASS
1 -
2 -
3 -
4 -
5 -
6 -
7 -
8 -
9 -
10 -
HARRISTON
519-338-3022
Best costumed dog
Prettiest dog
Saddest looking dog
Largest dog (by weight)
Smallest dog
Most appealing dog
Floppiest ears
Fattest dog
Most unusually marked dog
Fastest eating dog (dog biscuits supplied)
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED BY MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT
BRENMAR IRANSIT INC.
SPECIAL - Most obedient; dog to come, sit, heel, stay.
Prize sponsored by Terry Fisk.
Dog performing best trick.
Prize sponsored by Terry Fisk.
HARRISTON, ONTARIO
519-338-3336
Locally owned and operated
JUDGE’S CHOICE - Rosette. All dogs parade for this
special. Ribbons and treats for every entry.
Proud to offer safe student transportation
to the children of North Wellington
PRIZES: $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00
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We are proud to support our community.
Harriston Farm Service Centre
Best Wishes For The 156th Fair
Enjoy
1 Elora St. N. Harriston, ON. N0G 1Z0
[email protected]
www.mintochamber.on.ca
Phone 519-338-2015
R.R. #3 Harriston, ON N0G 1Z0
Toll Free1-800-563-6670
THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION
NOBLE
ENTERPRISES
HARRISTON
Branch 296
A
• SNOW REMOVAL
• CEMENT WORK
• GRASS SEEDING
• LEVELLING TOPSOIL
• TRAILER FLOATING
• POST HOLE DIGGING
• MINI HOE SERVICE
• HIGH HOE
• BACK HOE
• LEAF REMOVAL
• LAWN SWEEPING
• SKID STEER
• INTERLOCKING BRICK
Supporters of
Community Service, Youth Education
and Veteran's Welfare
Hall Rentals
Catering Service
519-338-2843
[email protected]
"A pleasant drive from anywhere"
LESLIE
HAR
RI S T O
N • WALKERTON • WINGH
AM
Harriston - 73 Elora Street
Bus: 519-338-2310
Toll Free: 1-800-997-2310
Walkerton - Highway 9 South
Bus: 519-881-1506
Toll Free: 1-800-790-4690
Wingham - Highway 86 East
Bus: 519-357-3460
Toll Free: 1-888-495-8885
MURRAY NOBLE
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519-338-4282
DONATIONS
John Crispin Appraisals
Grieg Crispin Performance Horses
Gerald D'Arcey
Davie's Antiques
Shirley Dennis
Dennison-Buehler Outdoor Property Maintenance
Elmer Dennison Excavating
Deverell, Lemaich
Dircrest Holsteins Custom Farming
Doug's Auto Service
Dr. Calarco
Dr. Vanderkooy
Dr. Bill van Sickle Dentist
Elora St. Flowers
Esso Chalmers Fuels
Evergreen Variety
Farm Fresh Poultry
Farm Tax Service
Terry Fisk
Cathy Fletcher
Free Range Arts (Wesley Bates)
Gartley’s Custom Car Clean
Gay Lea Products
General Seeds
Sandy Gilmore
Don Goll & Son Well Drilling
Gray's Auction Service
B. E. Grein Lumber Ltd.
D. Grein Construction
Hair Therapy
Hardy-Lee Funeral Home
Harkness Equipment
Harriston Bakery
Harriston Dry Cleaners
Acheson Pharmacy
Acme Ltd.
Advanced Electric
Advance Equipment
Agro Trend Mfg.
Doug & Dorelene Anderson
Bailey Repair Services
BDO Dunwoody, LLP
Beatrice
Beehive W.I.
Bernardin
Bevelled Edge
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Bluewave Energy
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Margaret Bracken
Bramhill Seeds
Bramhill Truck Centre
Brenmar Transit Company
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The Brown Group Insurance Brokers
C & M Seeds, Palmerston
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Certo
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Conestogo Agri Systems Inc.
Connell Seeds
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ANG CAUGHILL
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LIFE INSURANCE • INVESTMENTS
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Harriston Hearing Care
Harriston Home Hardware
Harriston Lions Club
Harriston-Minto Agricultural Society
Harriston Motors Ltd.
Harriston Packing Co. Ltd.
Harriston Photography
Harry Stone's Pizza Burger & Ale House
Harwill Farms
Heartland Veterinary Care
Maxine Heise Estate
Larry Henry Masonry
Heritage Builders Ltd.
Ken Houston
G. Hubbard & Sons Ltd.
Ideal Supply Company Limited - UAP
Ingredients Bulk Foods
Innovative Print & Design
Ivel Transport - Alex Ivel
JJL Computers
JAZ Image
JS Tile Installations
Chris Keffer
Scott Koeslag
Carolyn Kuipers
L & M Food Mart
Len's Mill
Leslie Motors Ltd.
Light Saver +
Listowel Truck Centre Ltd.
Little Ireland W.I.
Johnson Milk Transport
Maplemeadow Holsteins
Marquardt Farm Drainage Ltd.
Dennis Martin - Holstein
Don Matthews
McFarlane Health Facility Ltd.
Wilfred McIntee and Co. Ltd. Brokerage
J. J. McLellan & Son
McPhail's of Harriston
John & David Mcphee
Merv's Grocery & Variety
Olive Metcalfe
Minto Auto Centre
Minto Chamber of Commerce
Minto Computers
Minto Express
Mount Forest Elevators Ltd.
Ms. Beauty
Murphy's Tim-Br Mart
Newmans Mobile Feed
New Life Limousin
Nieuwland Feed
Noble Enterprises
Mildred Noble
Miller Insurance
Minto Arts Council
Noble's Tax Service
North Wellington Co-op
Osim Interactive
Palmerston Grain
Palmerston Rent-all Ltd.
Pike Lake Golf Centre Ltd.
Pioneer Seeds, Richard & Tracy Zemmelink
Premier Equipment
Quiet Soles
R & S Automotive
Raynbow Signs
Redwood Restaurant
Reica's Hairstyling
JK Reid Manufacturing & Sales Ltd.
Remax Midwestern Realty Inc.
David A. Richenback
Rick's Farm Service & Installation
Roberts Farm Equipment
Barb Ross
Gary Ross (Daco Animal Nutrition)
Jessie Ross
Rothsay Recycles
RBC Agriculture
Royal Bank
Saddle Shack
Savage Brothers Construction
Schmidt's Farm Drainage 1990 Ltd.
J. M. Schneider
W. Schwindt & Sons Building Contractors
Scoop It
Sarah E. Shannon B.A, LL.B.
W. C. Smith
Southbrae Enterprises
Southlore Farms Inc.
South Street Cafe
Speare Seeds
Spectrum Feeds
Spinrite Craft Outlet
Steckle's Produce & Flowers
Stoltz Equipment
Stones ‘n More
TD Canada Trust
Tenderflake
Teviotdale Truck Service
Teviotdale Truckstop & Restaurant
The Royal Canadian Legion - Harriston
TOPS - Harriston
Triangle Sewing Centre
V & S Solutions
Fred Webbe
Wellington County Holstein Club
Wellington County Milk Producers
Wightman Communications
Verna Wilkin
Wilko Farms Registered Holsteins
John Wilson Electric (Fordwich) Ltd.
Wright’s Pro Rich Seeds
W.S. Feed & Supplies
Wylie Insurance Ltd.
WFA
An ISO 9002 Registered Company
HARDY-LEE Funeral Home
Offering personalized and dignified services
in spacious and comfortable surroundings.
On site reception facilities.
Allan Lee and Wendy Eaton
Funeral Directors
44 John St. S., Harriston
519-338-2441
www.hardyleefuneralhome.com
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Open Mother’s Day to ThanksgivinMon. to Sat. 9am to 7pm
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