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2015-Clinton County Fairbook
1832-2015
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FAIR WEEK
JULY 11-18
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Larry Roberts II
Traditionally, the Clinton County Agricultural
Society Board of Directors has selected a Fair
Honoree. This award was established to recognize
and honor individuals, families, and businesses who
have positively affected the Ag Society, Fairgrounds,
and Fair Activities.
We are pleased to announce Larry Roberts II as
the 31st Fair Honoree. Larry will be honored during
the 2015 Clinton County Fair on Wednesday
evening, July 15th at 7:00pm before the start of the
Tractor Pull.
Larry resides in Clinton County with his wife,
Terri. Larry and Terri have three children, Kinsey,
Ryan, and Delaney.
Larry was born and raised in Clinton County and
as a youth, participated in 4-H for a number of years.
One project was his horse, Baby Doll. Larry
continues to be a big supporter of 4-H and the
Junior Fair as he understands the importance of
these activities to develop our children. Guaranteed,
you can find Larry at the Junior Fair Livestock Sales
helping out the kids.
Along with supporting the 4-H and Junior Fair
programs, Larry has assisted the Ag Society with
several fairground improvement projects. The most
recent is donating time and equipment to assist with
the construction of the new Nelson Avenue driveway.
In 1984, Larry graduated from Wilmington High
School and began working at R & L Carriers. In the
early 90s, Larry decided to begin farming on the
side. In his younger years, Larry gained his love for
farming by helping his Grandpa, Gene Snider, and
working on the horse farm. After a long standing
career of 28 years at R & L Carriers, Larry decided to
leave the workplace and pursue his true love –
farming. Over 5000 acres in Clinton and Highland
Counties are farmed by Larry Roberts Farms.
In the late 90s, the Roberts Pulling Team was
formed and competed at different levels in Ohio and
surrounding states. Starting with one diesel tractor
and growing to three alcohol tractors along with a
couple of modified tractors, this clearly
demonstrates Larry’s passion for Tractor Pulling.
Even though most of the tractors have been sold to
allow Larry to spend more time with his family, he
continues to enjoy being a spectator at the pulls.
Let’s congratulate Larry Roberts II and his family
for this award. We appreciate his service and support
to the Clinton County Agricultural Society,
Fairgrounds, and 4-H and Junior Fair Activities.
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2015 Bicentennial Farm Presentation
Thursday, July 16, 2015 at 6:00 PM
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TABLE OF CONTENTS AND DEPARTMENTS
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Department 16
Department 17
Department 19
Senior Fair Schedule ...............................................................................................................5
Junior Fair Schedule ...............................................................................................................8
Grandstand & Entertainment.................................................................................................18
The Kate Hastings Band .......................................................................................................19
Richard Lynch Band ..............................................................................................................20
Alyssa Oeder .........................................................................................................................21
Rock N Country.....................................................................................................................22
Mr. Chris and the Cruisers ....................................................................................................23
4-H & FFA Olympics..............................................................................................................24
Oak ........................................................................................................................................25
Evan Lanier and the Bluegrass Express ...............................................................................26
The Midwest VOICE Talent Search ......................................................................................27
Chuck Georges Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ........................................................................28
Antique Power Club of Clinton County - Big Engine...................................................................29
First Annual Clinton County Fair Cheerleading Competition ................................................30
Radio Remotes......................................................................................................................33
Demolition Derby...................................................................................................................34
Tickets & Gates .....................................................................................................................35
Officers & Directors ...............................................................................................................36
Camping ................................................................................................................................51
Privileges & Attractions .........................................................................................................52
Produce .................................................................................................................................53
Baked Goods, Canned Goods, Handcrafts, Needlecrafts....................................................55
Photography ..........................................................................................................................61
Fine Arts ................................................................................................................................64
Flower Shows........................................................................................................................66
Junior Fair..............................................................................................................................70
Harness Racing .....................................................................................................................77
Cattle .....................................................................................................................................78
Swine .....................................................................................................................................79
Sheep & Goats ......................................................................................................................80
Clinton County Fair Guys and Gals Sheep Lead Competition .............................................82
Rabbits ..................................................................................................................................83
Tractor & Truck Pulls .............................................................................................................87
Buildings & Grounds/Fairgrounds Map .................................................................................91
2015 Ohio Agricultural Fair Schedule ...................................................................................92
Entry Blank for All Departments............................................................................................93
*No checks will be picked up in the fair office, during the fair. All premium checks will be mailed.
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2015 CLINTON COUNTY SENIOR FAIR SCHEDULE
Thursday, June 18 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Fair Office Open ...................................................................................................Fair Office
Monday, June 22
8:00 a.m. to
4:00 p.m. daily
Fair Office Opens (Monday–Friday each week) ...................................................Fair Office
Tuesday, June 23 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Fair Office Open ...................................................................................................Fair Office
Friday, June 26
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Junior Fair Wristbands Available ....................................................................Expo Building
Friday, July 3
4:00 p.m.
ALL ENTRIES CLOSE .........................................................................................Fair Office
Wednesday, July 8
3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Fine Arts Entries In Place ......................................................................................Expo Hall
Thursday, July 9
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Photography Entries in Place ................................................................................Expo Hall
Friday, July 10
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Fair Office Open ...................................................................................................Fair Office
8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Junior Fair Wristbands Available ...........................................................................Expo Hall
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Junior Fair Wristbands Available ..............................................................Peterson Building
Saturday, July 11
8:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
Needlecraft, Handcraft, Canned Goods In Place..................................................Expo Hall
Senior Division Rabbits In Place .......................................................................Rabbit Barn
Horticultural Exhibits In Place ...............................................................................Expo Hall
Opening Ceremonies .............................................................................................Front Gate
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Horticultural Exhibit Judging .................................................................................Expo Hall
Open Steer, Heifer, Feeder Calf Entries Taken .............................................Livestock Expo
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Open Steer, Heifer, Feeder Calf Show .........................................................Livestock Expo
Demolition Derby................................................................................................Grandstand
Richard Lynch Band ..............................................................................Dealership Building
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Sunday, July 12
Church Services.....................................................................................Dealership Building
10:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
1:00 p.m.
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
1:30 p.m.
Photography Judging ............................................................................................Expo Hall
3:00 p.m.
Antique Power Club of Clinton County Big Engine Demonstration ..........Power Club Area
4:00 p.m.
Harness Racing..................................................................................................Grandstand
5:00 p.m.
Antique Power Club of Clinton County Big Engine Demonstration ..........Power Club Area
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Open Swine Show Weigh-In..................................................................................Hog Barn
5:30 p.m.
Guys & Gals Sheep Lead Check-in..............................................................Livestock Expo
6:00 p.m.
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
6:30 p.m.
Guys & Gals Sheep Lead Competition ........................................................Livestock Expo
8:00 p.m.
Mr. Chris and the Cruisers .....................................................................Dealership Building
Monday, July 13
8:30 a.m.
9:00
9:00
10:00
1:00
2:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
7:30
8:00
8:00
a.m. to 11 a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Open Swine Show .................................................................................................Hog Barn
**After lunch break, Peewee and Adult Showmanship
Jackpot Lamb Show Entries Taken and Weigh-in .............................................Sheep Barn
Senior Division Open Rabbit Show ...................................................................Rabbit Barn
Needlecraft and Handcraft Judging ......................................................................Expo Hall
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
Fine Arts Placing Posted .......................................................................................Expo Hall
Jackpot Lamb Show..............................................................................................Hog Barn
**Immediately following Jr. Fair Showmanship
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Senior Division Open Rabbits Released............................................................Rabbit Barn
4-H/FFA Olympics..............................................................................................Grandstand
Alyssa Oeder..........................................................................................Dealership Building
Horticultural Exhibits Released .............................................................................Expo Hall
Tuesday, July 14
Kids Day – Game Day - Senior Citizens Day – Veterans Day
(Free Admission for All Senior Citizens and Veterans)
8:00
9:00
10:00
10:00
12:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
1:00
2:00
5:00
6:00
8:00
a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
a.m. to 12 p.m.
a.m.
a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Baked Goods In Place...........................................................................................Expo Hall
Youth Division Rabbits In Place ........................................................................Rabbit Barn
Baked Goods and Canned Goods Judging ..........................................................Expo Hall
Artistic Flower Exhibits In Place ............................................................................Expo Hall
Farm Produce Entries In Place..............................................................................Expo Hall
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
Ride Tickets $5.00 **16 years old and under ...........................................................Midway
Games – Win a Prize Every Time You Play ..............................................................Midway
Farm Produce Judging ..........................................................................................Expo Hall
Artistic Flower Exhibit Judging ..............................................................................Expo Hall
Baked Goods Auction ...........................................................................................Expo Hall
Cheerleading Competition .................................................................................Grandstand
Oak.........................................................................................................Dealership Building
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Wednesday, July 15
1:00
6:00
7:00
7:00
8:00
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Clinton County Fair Honoree Presentation ........................................................Grandstand
Tractor Pull .........................................................................................................Grandstand
Evan Lanier and the Bluegrass Express ................................................Dealership Building
Thursday, July 16
9:00
1:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Youth Division Open Rabbit Show ....................................................................Rabbit Barn
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
The Midwest VOICE Talent Search........................................................Dealership Building
Ohio Dept of Agriculture Bicentennial Farm Presentation ...........................Livestock Expo
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Truck Pull 4WD...................................................................................................Grandstand
Artistic Design Flower Exhibits Released..............................................................Expo Hall
Friday, July 17 7:00
8:00
10:00
1:00
1:00
5:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
a.m.
a.m. to 12 p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Open Goat Show Entries Taken and Weigh-in ..................................................Sheep Barn
Open Goat Show..........................................................................................Livestock Expo
Daylily Entries Accepted........................................................................................Expo Hall
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
Daylily Judging ......................................................................................................Expo Hall
Daylily Exhibits Released.......................................................................................Expo Hall
Lamb, Goat, Steer, Market Heifer, Feeder Calf Sale .............................................Hog Barn
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Truck & Tractor Pull ............................................................................................Grandstand
Rock N Country .....................................................................................Dealership Building
Saturday, July 18
9:00
9:00
11:30
1:00
1:00
1:00
3:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
8:00
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Youth Division Rabbits Released.......................................................................Rabbit Barn
Antique Tractor Pull and Garden Tractor Pull ....................................................Grandstand
Kiddie Tractor Pull ..............................................................................................Grandstand
Midway Opens..........................................................................................................Midway
Rabbit, Poultry, Swine, and Butter Sale ...............................................................Hog Barn
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
Antique Power Club of Clinton County Big Engine Demonstration ..........Power Club Area
All Remaining Projects and Displays Released
Antique Power Club of Clinton County Big Engine Demonstration ..........Power Club Area
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings ...................................Power Club Area
NTPA National Regional Truck and Tractor Pull.................................................Grandstand
The Kate Hasting Band..........................................................................Dealership Building
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2015 Clinton County JUNIOR FAIR
& PRE-FAIR EVENTS
Honoring Yesterday, Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow
Thursday, June 11 4:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Creative Writing Projects Due .................................................................................OSU EXT
Junior Fair Queen & Species Queen Interviews.......................Clinton County Office Annex
Junior Fair Queen & Species Queen Contest ..........................Clinton County Office Annex
Thursday, June 18 5:30 p.m.
Quality Assurance........................................................................................Fairground-Expo
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Skillathon...............................................................................................................Fairground
6:30 p.m.
Pullorum Testing for Poultry..................................................................................Fairground
Tuesday, June 23 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Skillathon...............................................................................................................Fairground
6:30 p.m.
Pullorum Testing for Poultry..................................................................................Fairground
Friday, June 26
4-H Project Judging - Clinton County Fairground
9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
Athletics, Engineering, Natural Resources, Miscellaneous Special Emphasis, Basic Archery,
Safe Use of Guns & Self-Determined
Bicycle, Electricity, Food Science, Health, Horseless Horse, International, Leadership,
Leisure, Physics, Robotics, Theater Arts, Vet. Science & Writing
(Dog posters need to be in place.)
Foods & Nutrition & Consumer Sciences Special Emphasis: Child Care, Equipment,
Family Life, Home Decorating and Designing, and Money Management
Clothing (Clothing Call Backs 3-4:00 p.m.).................................................Fairground-Expo
Cake Decorating Junior................................................................................Fairground-Expo
Cake Decorating Senior ..............................................................................Fairground-Expo
Tuesday, June 30
4-H Project Judging - Clinton County Farmers & Sportsmen Assn.
9:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
4-H Shooting Sports Judging - Junior Members ..............................................C.S.F.&S.A.
4-H Shooting Sports Judging - Senior Members ..............................................C.S.F.&S.A.
Wednesday, July 1
5:00 p.m.
Junior Fair King & Queen’s Tea..........................................................................Cl Co Annex
Friday, July 10
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Junior Fair Building Set-Up & Project Move In .......................................Junior Fair Building
(All 4-H projects, 4-H Club booths, and other youth serving agency projects or booths
must be in Place. All parents, adviors & members are invited to help set up the building
for the fair.)
6:00 p.m.
Breeding Goat & Sheep Arrival Begins ......................................................Sheep/Goat Barn
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2015 Clinton County Junior Fair Schedule
Saturday, July 11
8:00
9:00
9:00
11:00
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
12:00
12:30
12:30
1:00
1:30
5:00
6:00
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Horse Show ........................................................................................................Horse Arena
Vegetable & Flower Judging ..............................................................................Poultry Barn
Woodworking Judging ............................................................................Junior Fair Building
Crops Judging ....................................................................................................Poultry Barn
(Crop Exhibitors move projects into Junior Fair Bldg following judging.)
All Breeding Goats & Breeding Sheep In Place .........................................Sheep/Goat Barn
Sheep & Goat Breeding Exhibitor Barn Meeting.............................................................LEC
Cloverbud Event (For Youth 5-8 Years Old) ............................................Junior Fair Building
Pygmy Goat Show & Pygmy Goat Showmanship ..........................................................LEC
Scrapbooking & Photography Judging...................................................Junior Fair Building
Creative Arts Judging-Juniors ...................................................................Peterson Building
Creative Arts Judging-Seniors...................................................................Peterson Building
Sunday, July 12
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
12:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.
4:00 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
5:15 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
Poultry Arrival & Weigh-In ..................................................................................Poultry Barn
Horse Show ........................................................................................................Horse Arena
Sheep Breeding Show & Sheep Breeding Showmanship......................................Hog Barn
Goat Breeding Show & Showmanship ............................................................................LEC
Market Poultry Barn Meeting .............................................................................Poultry Barn
Swine Breeding Show/Breeding Showmanship .....................................................Hog Barn
Cloverbud Show & Tell...............................................................................Peterson Building
Cloverbud & Style Revue Practice.............................................................Peterson Building
Cloverbud Revue .......................................................................................Peterson Building
Line up for Style Review .........................................................................Junior Fair Building
Junior Fair King & Queen Crowning and Species Queen Recognition .....Peterson Building
Style Revue and Clothing Awards .............................................................Peterson Building
All Breeding Goats & Sheep Must be Removed........................................Sheep/Goat Barn
Market Goat & Market Sheep Arrival Begins .............................................Sheep/Goat Barn
Monday, July 13
8:00 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
4:00 p.m.
5:30 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
All Market Goats & Market Lambs Must Be In Place ................................Sheep/Goat Barn
Sheep & Goat Exhibitor Barn Meeting ............................................................................LEC
Chicken Market Show & Showmanship.............................................................Poultry Barn
Mandatory Market Goat & Market Lamb Weigh-In....................................Sheep/Goat Barn
MANDATORY Beef Barn Meeting....................................................................................LEC
Feeders, Steer/Mkt Heifer Weigh-In & Breeding Check-In .............................................LEC
Market Lamb Showmanship...................................................................................Hog Barn
Cloverbud Cooking Challenge...................................................................Peterson Building
Cooking Challenge & Sewing Challenge ...................................................Peterson Building
Beef Showmanship..........................................................................................................LEC
Taste of Clinton County Contest................................................................Peterson Building
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Tuesday, July 14
8:00
9:00
9:00
10:00
12:00
2:00
5:30
6:00
6:00
a.m.
Market Hog Weigh-In..............................................................................................Hog Barn
a.m.
Market Turkey & Showmanship .........................................................................Poultry Barn
a.m. to 12 p.m. Rabbit Check-In ..................................................................................................Rabbit Barn
a.m.
Dairy Showmanship Show ..............................................................................................LEC
Dairy Show-All Breeds/Following Showmanship ............................................................LEC
p.m.
Market Rabbit Fryer & Roaster Weigh-In............................................................Rabbit Barn
p.m.
Market Goat Showmanship.............................................................................................LEC
p.m.
Family & Consumer Sciences/General Awards Program Line Up ............Peterson Building
p.m.
Family & Consumer Sciences & General Awards Program.......................Peterson Building
p.m.
Market Lamb Show ................................................................................................Hog Barn
Wednesday, July 15
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
12:00
1:00
5:00
6:30
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Market Goat Show...........................................................................................................LEC
Swine Showmanship ..............................................................................................Hog Barn
Rabbit Show........................................................................................................Rabbit Barn
Cat Cage Decoration (4-H Members Only)................................................Peterson Building
Cat Show, Pet Rabbit & Small Animals Show...........................................Peterson Building
Fancy Birds in Place...........................................................................................Poultry Barn
Cloverbud Event (Open to all youth 5-8 years old).................................Junior Fair Building
Steer, Market Heifer, Feeder Calf & Breeding Show .......................................................LEC
Fancy Poultry Barn Meeting...............................................................................Poultry Barn
Thursday, July 16
8:30 a.m.
9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
Market Swine Show ................................................................................................Hog Barn
Dog Agility .......................................................................................................................LEC
Dairy Judging Contest Registration ................................................................................LEC
Dairy Judging Contest .....................................................................................................LEC
Dog Costume Class...................................................................................Peterson Building
Dog Grooming ...........................................................................................Peterson Building
Butter Shaking Contest ...................................................................................................LEC
Tony Grapevine Memorial Showmanship Sweepstakes .................................................LEC
Friday, July 17 9:00
9:00
10:00
10:00
1:00
2:00
5:00
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
You & Your Dog and Rally..........................................................................Peterson Building
Fancy Poultry Show & Breeding Showmanship ................................................Poultry Barn
Livestock Judging Contest (Registration 8:30 a.m.) .......................................................LEC
Rabbit Judging Contest ......................................................................................Rabbit Barn
Dog PetPALS & Freestyle ..........................................................................Peterson Building
Cloverbud Event......................................................................................Junior Fair Building
Goat, Lamb, Steer, Market Heifer & Feeder Calf Sale............................................Hog Barn
Release Non-Sale Livestock See Species Rules For Times..........................Livestock Barn
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Saturday, July 18
9:00 a.m.
Dog Obedience/Showmanship, Brace & Team .........................................Peterson Building
1:00 p.m.
Rabbit, Poultry, Butter, & Swine Sale......................................................................Hog Barn
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Release Junior Fair Building Projects .....................................................Junior Fair Building
*Note Livestock Checks will be mailed directly to exhibitors ..........................................Producers Livestock
*Junior Fair Exhibitors don’t forget to write thank you notes to award donors
and junior fair sale supporters.*
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THANK YOU TO THE 2014 CLINTON COUNTY
JUNIOR FAIR BOOSTER SUPPORTERS
Achor Club Lambs, Bruce Achor
Ackerman Amsoil Products
David Ackerman
David Ackerman Family
Adam's Chiefs 4-H Club
Rona Kay Sams
Adventures In Advertising/Designer
Set, Annette Houck
Affordable Accounting and Tax Service
Agrigold Hybrid, Kyle Wilson
American Buckeye Club, Joe Shumaker
American Equipment Service
Teresa Mallard
Amy’s Pet Grooming, Amy Tumbleson
Anderson Family, Jack & Cindy Anderson
Animal Hospita, Doug Peters DVM
Ann's Specialties, Ann Foxworthy
Armstrong Trucking, Dave Armstrong
Robert C Barbour
Rob & Emily Barton
Teri & Gregg Batten
Bean Farm Drainage
Belle Meade Farm, Doug & Terri Barton
Roger & Bev Bentley
Beta Master of Beta Sigma Phi
Charlotte Gasaway
Beta Sigma Phi - City Council
Laura Hobart
Bickel Family, Donald Bickel
Blue Ribbon Kids, Martin Woodruff
Vickie, Kevin & Rebekah Bogan
Ed & Bunny Bradshaw
Greg Bronner
Brown Valley Enterprises, Tim Brown
Bruce Grapevine Family
c/o Pat Grapevine
Buckley Brothers., Inc., Mindy Pinkerton
Buckley Family, Jennifer Buckley
Buckley Farms, Mark Buckley
Buckley, Miller and Wright
Bush Auto Place Inc, Mark Bush
C.C. Fur & Feather 4-H Club
Vicky Bogan
Caplinger Sales & Service
Teresa Caplinger
Dr Robert Carey & Family
Barb & Dennis Carlson
Cherrybend Pheasant Farm, Beth Ellis
Chester Herdsman, David Hackney
Clint - High Farms
Clinton County 4-H Committee
Clinton County Beef Committee
Clinton County Canine Crew and
Critters, Cyndi Wallace
Clinton County Dairy Committee
Clinton County Dog Committee
Clinton County Ext Homemakers
Connie Damronn
Clinton County Farm Bureau
Clinton County Farmers and
Sportsman Association
Dann Sternsher
Clinton County FCS Committee
Clinton County Freedom Riders
Nev Brown
Clinton County Goat Committee
Clinton County Horse Committee
Bev Bentley
Clinton County Junior Lamb and
Fleece, Steve McKibben
Clinton County Lamb & Fleece
Rochelle Schmid
Clinton County Pork Council Women
Ruth Earley
Clinton County Pork Producers
Tim Alexander
Clinton County Poultry Committee
Clinton County Quilt Association
Clinton County Rabbit Committee
Clinton County Sheep Committee
Debbie Pratt
Clinton County Shooting Sports
Committee
Clinton County Swine Committee
Clinton County Township
Association, Karen Gibson
Clinton Land and Livestock
Monica Wood
CMH Regional Health System
Dana Dunn
Phyllis Cocklin
Rusty Coe
Steve Coe
Cole Taylor Mortgage, Kathy Johnson
Collett Farms/Pioneer Seed
Chris Gregg & Allen Collettt
Collett Propane, Jane Newton
Construction Technologies LLC
In memory of G. Don Allen
Cordy Family, Brandalon Cordy
Country View Pet Hospital
Jill Thompson, DVM
Country View Vet Hospital
Carrie Belles
Mike & Judy Cowman
Cox Printing
James Crosley
Joel Crosley
Culberson Family, Cindy Culbersonn
Gail Curtis
D & D Miniatures, Ruth Earley
D & E Equipment
Andrew & Lauren Davis
Chad & Alison Davis
Bill Davis Family
Rob and Karla Dean
John W Dean Family
John and Lynn Deatherage
Diana's Shelties, Diana Henderson
DnA Farms, Alex Anderson
Ralph Doak Family
Dr David G Chesnut, Dr. Chesnut
Dr. Anthony Ryan Smith Emergency
Medicine
Gary and Cathy Earley
Ellis Fencing, Kevin Ellis
Family Tradition Boer Goats
Carrie & David Dillion
Faris Implement
Donna, Don & Rebecca Farquhar
Fashion Nutrition Board
Susan Morris
Fayette Veterinary Hospital LLC
Lynchburg Veterinary Clinic
Bill & Tina Figgins
First National Bank, Blanchester
Gary & June Fisher
Flint Concession,
Chuck and Patti Flint
Bill Flint Family
Fox Creek Farm & Stable, Abby Fox
Gano Law Offices, Judy Gano
Brian, Mary Ann Georges
Get Fit Wilmington Personal and
Group Training, Kali Pierson
Bob & Kay Ginter
Claey Green
Groves Tire and Service LLC
Bob Groves
Jody Gundler DDS
Terry Habermehl
David Hackney Family
Dennis & Jo Etta Haines
Heeg Family, Ron Heeg
Gregory & Cynthia Hefner
Pete and Janice Hess
Hightop Show Stock: The Roehm
Family, Beth Roehm
Justin & Leslie Holbrook
Chad Hollon
In Memory of Bear, Ann Reno
In Memory of Karole Surfac
Cindy Culberson
In Memory of Sheila Sites
Jeff Sites Family
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J & K Rental, John Rolfe
Jamie Florea Family, Larry Florea
Joe Wagner Builder & Remodeler
Joe & Vicky Wagner
Johnson Boer Goats, Zach Johnson
Joey Johnson
Van & Nancy Jones
K-9 & Co. 4-H Dog Club
Diana Henderson
Kal-Jen Farm, Pierson Family
Eric Keltner Family
Susanne Kenney
Kile Landscaping
The Klingensmith Family
Kramer-Myers Insurance, Len Dickerson
Kreative Kids Childcare
Michael, Anne, Bella & Connor Cook
Lana Larrick
Lawrence Dean Memorial Fund
Judy Cowman
Lerch's Barn Lot, Mark Lerch
Lerches
Liberty Livestock 4-H Club
Mindy Fugate
Bryan Liming
Lind Outdoor Advertising
Don Lindsey Family
Martinsville Lions Club, Karen Gibson
Master Feed Mill, Mark Dome
Mayer Agri Equipment, John Mayer
McCarren Family
McDonalds, c/o Jane Keys
Memoriy of Austin Johannes
Benny and Donna Johannes
Miller-Mason Paving CO
Milner Family
Modern Homemakers
Jean Singleton, Treasure
Moonlight Machining, David Dillion
Moore's Garden Center, Teresa Moore
Morgan Insurance Agency, Bob Morgan
Chuck & Susan Morris
Mulch America
John & Kay Murphy
Murphy Advertisin
Jeff and Paula Murphy
Murphy Sisters
Steve & Sylvia Myers
National Bank and Trust
Marketing Department
Nationwide Insurance
Wendell Compton
NCB, Mike Flanigan, Mike Flanigan
Oakview Farms, Mike Bartram Family
Ohio Asphaltic Limestone Corp
Diana Jones
Ohio Game Fowl Breeders Association,
Inc., Elizabeth Turner
OHVA/K12 Online School, Angelica Reis
Orchard Veterinary Care, Inc.
Robert Gano, Matthew Carey,
and Katy Lowe
Outhouse Paper Etc.
Parks Livestock
Terry Pell Family
Virgene Peterson
Pilot Knob Enterprises
Tim & Melissa Alexander
Josh Pinkerton
The Pinkerton Family
Pork Pride 4-H Club, Randy Pinkerton
Porter Hybrids, Inc
Stan & Debbie Pratt Family
Preceptor Psi Chapter of Beta Signma
Phi Janell Smart
Preimer Feeds LLC
Prenger's Dairy, Inc.
Prewitt Plumbing and Heating
Brett and Cassy Prickett
Brian & Tammy Prickett Family
Gary Quallen Family
R & L Transfer
R & R Trucking, Ruth Earley
David & Mary Ann Raizk
Red's Dog Grooming
Steve & Kristie Miller
Reveal Family Farm, Stephanie Reveal
Rick's Hometown TV and Applicance
Center, Rick
Donna Roberts
Ronald Earley Family, c/o Ruth Earley
Rowe Rabbit Feed, John Surber
S.L.M. Concrete Construction
Steve L. Morris
S.O.R.B.A., David Kirk
Ed & Rochelle Schmid
Jason Schneder Family
SCMCO Property Services
The Prickett Family
Seaman Construction
Chad & Steph Seaman
Dave Seaman Family
Settlemyre Seed Co., Pat Settlemyre
Sew Grate 4-H Club, Alice Stewart
Shumaker Farm, Joe Shumaker
Simmons Dairy
Blake & Noel Singer
Karen Smith
Smith Farms Trucking, Sherman D. Smith
Smith-Feike-Minton, Inc
Brady & Donna Snyder & Family
Snyder Sales, Brady & Donna Snyder
Southern Hills Community Bank
Southern State Community College
Elizabeth Burkard
Southern Wind Farms, Celesa Fyffe
Spooky Hollow Farm, Jim Keeton
Alex Anderson, Stacey Reinsmith
JB Stamper
Stephens Plumbing, Terry/Pam Stephens
Dann & Judi Sternsher
Steve McKibben Family, Steve McKibben
SW Ohio Corn Growers Assn.
Kirby Tolliver
Swallow Hill Jersey Dairy
L. Todd Fliehman
Swindler & Sons Florist, Pat Swindler
Terra Excavating, Jack & Pam Ficke
Thad Hollon Trucking
Thatcher Farms, Tom Thatcher
The Brown Family, Tim Brown
The Clinton County Cookie Cutters
Lynn Deatherage
The Cotton Junky, Carol Earhart
The Equipment Superstore, Kevin Leach
The Joy of Grooming, Joy McIntosh
The Leary Family, David & Tina Leary
The Rhodes Family
Brian & Michelle Rhodes
Thompson Farms
Troubled Acres Farm, Lisa Begley
Uhl's IGA, Raymond Roberts
Vandervort Farm
Milton & Reggi Vandervort
Ventura Feed and Country Store
Becky Ventura
WA Hodson Trucking, Mike Hodson
Cyndi Wallace
West End Pharmacy
John and Colleen Wiget & Family
Wilmington Garden Club, Helen Starkey
Wilmington Iron & Metal
Wilmington Kiwanis Club
Ron Johnson, Treasurer
Wilmington Oral Surgery
Scott Puckett, D.D.S.
Wilson Family Pygmy Goats, Jim Wilson
Jim & Ruth Wolary
Wood Club Lambs
David & Monica Wood
Wood-n-Animals, Scot Gerber
Angela and Brad Woodruff
Martin & Debbie Woodruff
Young's Water Hauling
Steve & Candi Young
Zurface Brothers, c/o Ruth Earley
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THANK YOU TO THE 2014 CLINTON COUNTY
JUNIOR FAIR BUYERS
3-C Horsemanship, Pam Cornett
3G Custom Smokeing, Kevin Garen
A Dispatch Service, LLC, Brad Tobin
A-1 Roofing
Absolutely Heating & Air, LLC
Jeremy Lewis
Ralph & Carol Abt
Kevin Abt
ABX Air, Barry Allen
Accurate Soils, Jenny/Billy Stewart
Achor Club Lambs/Lamb Power Sale
Bruce Achor
Achtermann Farm Show Pigs
Bryan Achtermann
Achtermann Farms, David Achtermann
Adams Gravel And Excavating
Mick Gordley
Charles & Pamela Adkins
Administrative Resouce Services
Jeff & Christy Cocklin
AG& EX Construction, Steve Kenney
Agro Chem East, Paul Harris
Airborne Maint. & Eng. Service
Barry Allen
Saville & Maretta Alde, Scott
Alexander Farms, Stewart Alexander
All Pro Appliance Repair, Kristina Wilson
Alma's Amish Cheese Barn, Jodi Black
Alma's Amish Cheese Barn
Alma Plummer
Always Pure Water Service
Jerry Runk Jr.
American Equipment Service
Ted & Teresa Mallard
American Legion Post 49, Jim Cook
American Showa, Phyliss Cocklin
Jody Ames D.D.S.
Anderson Equipment
Doug & Roxanne Anerderson
Arehart Auction Group, Billy Arehart
Jeff & Wanda Armstrong
Jim and Dianne Armstrong
Brian & Lorrie Arnold Family
Sherry Asch
ATSG (Air Transport Services Group)
Barry Allen
Autumn Years Nursing Center, Tim Ross
B&B Sales, Josh Newkirk
Cindy Bailey, Clerk of Courts
Cindy Bailey
Steve Barton
John Bass & Family
Baughman Farm Excavating
Bob Baughman
Baxla Tractor Sales, Jared Hoop
Nicole Bayless
BDK Feed & Supply, Dan Kingsland
Larry Beach
Bean Farm Drainage, Kevin Bean
Bean Vault Co., Noel Bean
Beauty Bar Salon & Spa, Crystal Carter
Beck's Hybrids, Jason Gentry
Bee Wild Honey Farm, Rich Stewart
Kyle Belcher, Kyle Belcher
Bell Vault & Monument
Holly Baxter-Bridgers
Jerry Bennett
Bennett Realty, Larry Britain
Bennett Realty, LLC
Jeff & Marsha Bennett
Bentley Pig Sale, Roger Bentley
Best One Tire Service, Todd Wilkin
Beth's Fair Kitchen, Vicki Wagner
BFG Construction, Doc Ferguson
Bickel Family Farm, Howard Bickel
Big Jon's Pizza, Jon Wilkins
Bill Kocher Family
BMR Farm, Brad Woodruff
Boeckmann Excavating Co.
Jason Boeckmann
Boitnott Farm, Larry Boitnott
Bollinger Plumbing, Frank Bollinger
Bradshaw Farms
Steve & Scott Bradshaw
Branham Brothers Plumbing
Chris Branham
Branham By Design, Tim Branham
Bronson Door Co., Bryan Bronson
Brown Plumbing, Steve Brown
Jarrod Brown
Jerrod Brown & Marcus W Paeltz
Browns Distributing, Nina Brown
Bryant Farms, Don Bryant
Buckley Bros, Inc., Mark Buckley
Buckley Farms, Mark Buckley
Bush Auto Place, Mark Bush
Bushwacker Builders, Dana W. Smith
Deana Byrd
Lori Byrom
Caesars Creek Boarding Kennel
Susan Petene
Butch Caldwell
Caldwell Banker - West Shell
Rick Grant
Caplinger Sales and Service
Lyle & Merl Caplinger
Car Star, John Lawrence
Judge Chad Carey
Cargill Inc., Bill Tom
Carpenters Clearview Acres
Keith M. Carpenter
Michaelle Carson
Tim Carter
CDB Trucking, Richard Keech
CDK Transport, Christian Kimball
Central Crop Insurance Agency
John Tebbs
Champion Bridge Co., Gale Gerard
Shannon Chapman
Cherrybend Pheasant Farm, Ellis Farms
Matt Ellis
Chris Collett Trucking, LLC
Circle S Farms, Scott Simpson
Clarksville Ag Service, Jim Parker
ClintHigh Club Pigs, Don Geer
Clinton Animal Care Center
Daphne Reeves
Clinton Cnty Heavy Duty, Larry Roberts
Clinton Cnty Republican Party
Jeff Linkous
Clinton Co. Board Of Realtors
Bob Germann
Clinton Co. Farm Bureau, Vicki Brown
Clinton County Democrats
Richard Sutton
Clinton County Farmers Union
Steve McKibben
Clinton County Motorsports, Inc.
Jason Adkins
Clinton East LLC, Wendell Compton
Clinton Electrcial and Plumbing Supply
Kevin Stricker
COBA/Select Sires, Inc., Dan Pyles
Brad Cochran (Honnerlaw Real Estate)
Donald & Doris Cochran
Donald Cochran
Cochran Farms, Les Cochran
Cockerills Concrete, LLC, Jay Cockerill
Phyllis Cocklin
Collett Family, Allen Collett
Collett Farms/Pioneer Seeds
Allen Collett
Collett Propane, Jane Newton
Combs Interior Specialties, Inc.
Carrie Combs
Compton Nationwide Ins.
Wendell Compton
Coopers Dustbusters
Anita & John Cooper
Brad Corcoran
Cornerstone Carpentry
Chuck Schneider
Cornwell Electric, Tom Cornwell
Cottage Lane Farms, Ron Kendall
Country View Hospital Dr., Jill Thompson
Country View Mobile Veteraniary Service
Dr. Carrie Belles
Mike & Judy Cowman
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Croghan Family Farm, Tom Rayburn
Memorial Steve Croghan
Crop Production Services, Ryan Scott
Crosley Show Pigs, James Crosley
Crow Precision, Mark Crow
Culberson Family, Cindy Culberson
Curless Printing, Mike Homan
Mike Curry County Commissioner
Michael Curtis Family
D and E Equipment Co., Mike Ewing
Dailey's Outfitters, Larry Dailey
Mark & Shelly Dallas
Dash Logistics, Joe Curtin
Mike Daugherty Law Office
Richard & Anna Daugherty
Dave Campbell Insurance
Dave Campbell
William (Bill) Davis
Davis Seed Sales, Jason Davis
Deep Creek Photography
Aimee & Libbey Gray
Delta Electric, Dennis Holland
Denny-Realtor & Auctioneer
John Denny
DHL Electric, Doug Holland
Dickey Group Realtors
Jeff and Karen Dickey
Diversified Services, Div. Of CGB
Brad Sharp
Divine Image Salon, Barbie Andrews
David Drake
Drayer Physical Therapy, Greg Harris
D'Shealy Design, Milton Murphy
Earl Schneder Equine Dentistry
Earley Angus Farms, Roger Earley
Earth & Pipe, Darren Dodge
Edge Ateletic Center, Jenny Snow
Edgington Funeral Home
Craig Edgington
Ellis Fencing, Kevin Ellis
Larry Eltzroth, Wendell Compton
Lee & Rhonda Eltzroth
Energize Clinton County, Taylor Stuckert
Equipment Superstore, Kevin Leach
Equipment Superstore, Ryan Frommling
Evans Beef Cattle, Dick Evans
Scott Evans Family
Evans RV Center, Jamie Evans
Chris Evanshine
Faris Implement Co., Ben Faris
Farm Credit Services, Jeffrey Hoak
Fayette Veterinary Hospital, Gary Junk
Paul Fear, Wilmington City Treasurer
Rich Federle Attorney at Law
Feltz Home Inspections, Rodney Feltz
Kathryn Fenton
Fire and Explosion Consultants, LLC
Jim Hunter
First National Bank of Blanchester
Erin Whitaker
Firth Third Bank, John Quallen
Fisher- Edgington Funeral Home
Gary & June Fisher
Five Points Implements Co., Jeff Perry
Bill Flint Family
Flint Concessions, Chuck Flint
Fossil Creek Farm, Pamela Groen
Fox Towing & Truck Service, Paul Fox
Foxworthy Enterprises, Barry Foxworthy
Foxworthy Farms, Barry Foxworthy
Rosemary Fugett
Gaddis Trucking ,Donnie Gaddis
Judy Gano
Don & Cherie Geer
Ron & Sheila Geer
Gerber Crop Insurance
Ken Gerber & M. Alexander
Randy & Regina Gerber Family
Get Fit Wilmington, Kali Pierson
Gibson Brothers Farm, Gene Gibson
Karen Gibson Tax Service
George & Regina Gogol
Gold Star Chili, Doug Certain
Grabber Construction Products
Lou Groen
Gradeco Paving, Cathy Woods
Grant Trucking, Doug Grant
Justin Gray Attorney
Greene County Insurance, Tina Yates
Greystone Ridge Club Lambs
Dolores Cease
Greythorn Farms, Karen Smith
Groves Tire & Service, Bob Groves
Jody Gundler, DDS and
Beth Strange DDS
Terry Habermehl, Clinton County Auditor
Hackney Family, James Hackney
Haines Family, Todd Haines
David Harmon
Grandma Harner, Jennie Harner
Harner Farms, Samuel Harner
Beth & Bobby Harris
Harris Farms, Mark Harris
Hartley Oil Co., Mike Flynn
Heeg Farms, Ronald Heeg
Henry-Auctioneer, Nial
Hester Sealcoating, Warren Hester
Hillcrest Farms, Dave & Teresa Reynolds
Kim Holland
Jerimiah Hollon
Hollon Trucking Inc., Thad Chad Hollon
Holmes Family, Holmes Steven
Hoot Owl Mesh Creations
Barb Bowman
Hopp's Haven Quarter Horses
Bill & Jennifer Hopper
Rick & Janelle Hosler
Roger D. Houck
Houston HV/AC, Mike Houston
Brenda Huff, Recorder
Anna Huffman
Sherry Hughes
Zach & Clista Hughes
Hurst Farms, John Hurst
Hydaker - Wheatlake Co., Todd Kessler
Imagine That Tool Rental, Bob Fisher
J & D 's Market, Richard Burton
J & L Farms, Jack Coates
J and E Hatfield Farms, Terry Hatfield
J & M Truck And Tire, James Garner
J.K. Preccast, Brian Larrick
Rob Jaehing, Wilmington City
Councilman
James E. Wiederhold, Inc.
Carolyn Wiederhold
Jamie Florea Memorial, Janet Florea
JC Excavating, Jimmy Curtis
JD Equipment Inc., Kent Beam
Jean's Home Cooking
Harold/Jean Wright
Jeff Cockerill Concrete
Jerry Haag Motors Inc., Steve Haag
Jim & Diane Ewing
Jim Clark & Sons Excavating, Jim Clark
Joe Wagner Builders, Joe Wagner
Johnson Durocs - Joey, Melanie, Luke
Johnson Farms, Walt Johnson
Jones Nationwide Insurance
Kelly Jones
Justin Holbrook Nationwide Ins.
Kalmbach Feeds, Jeff Neil
Kelch's Mowing, Nathan Kelch
Ron & Vicki Kendall
Kenney Excavating, Steve Kenney
Susanne Kenney
Kenny Sister Show Pigs, Blair Kenney
Kessler Family, Todd Kessler
Kidwell Trucking, Derek Kidwell
Kile Landscaping, Sherri Kile
BJ & Velana King
Richard & Linda King
KMZ Farms, Matthew Zimmerman
Knauff & Sons Auto Sales
Charlie Knauff
Kratzers Hometown Pharmacy
Mark Kratzer
Kreative Kids Childcare Center
Michael Cook
Kreusch Chiropractic, Tom Kreusch
Kroger of Clinton Co.
Brent Wilson & Eric Deel
Kwest Communications, Kim West
Levi Lamb & Family
Bob Lambcke LLC.
Mike Lanham
Renee Lapine
Larrick Farm In Memory of Jim
Lana Larrick
LCNB National Bank, Teresa Jenkins
Lesia Langston-McKenna DMD
LGSTX Services Inc., Jack Anderson
Kent Libecap
Liberty Farms, Michael Ellis
Brian Liming
Don Lindsey Family
Jeff Linkous, County Engineer
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Linndale Equipment, Don Speaight
Doug Little
Littleton Funeral Home, Barth Littleton
Longs Pharmacy, Jim & Bobbi Schlaegal
Louderback Hay Farm
Shane Louderback
Lowe's, Ron Neiling
LT Land Development, Larry Roberts
Luttrell Trucking, Paul Luttrell
Lynchburg Veterinary Clinic, Kris Waits
M & L Trucking, Mike Polston
M & W Puller, Mark Wiederhold
M.E.L.S. Services Ground Maintenance
Jeff Swearingen
Tim & Chelle Mahanes
Main Street Pharmacy, Kris Gundler
Gail Maloney
Mapleview Farm & Garden Center
Denny Williams
Marci and Mitchell Scott Ellis
Bill Marine Ford Chrysler
Andy Maher
Mark's Welding, Mark Conner
Martinsville I00F Lodge, Eddie Smart
Martinsville Lions Club, Karen Gibson
Marvin Dailey Dairy
Mason Family, Chad & Tara Mason
Mason Farms, Gary Mason
Tammy Mason
Master Feed Mill Inc. Wilmington
Mark Dome
Master Feed Mill of Hillsboro, Inc.
Matrka Renovations, Mark Matrka
Thomas Matrka MD
Matthews Internationa,l Travis Neal
May Show Pigs, Jamie May
Mayer Farm Equipment, Nick Cummings
McCarty Gardens, Mike McCarty
Warren & Jonda McCarren
McConahay Roofing, Leslie McConahay
Karen McConnaughey
McCord Produce, Barbara McCord
McDermott Family, Nancy McDermott
McDonald & Sons Elevator
Jim McDonald
McDonalds, Jane Keys
Jonathan C. McKay Realtor
Mark McKay Wilmington City Council
Steve & Roseanne McKay
Wayne & Andrea McKay
McMillan Family, Kirk & Robyn
Bob Mead, Wilmington City Councilman
Melvin Liquid Fertilizer, Paul Harris
Melvin Stone Co., Dennis Garrison
Merchants National Bank, Beth Roehm
Dale & Jill Middleton
Mid-State Electric, Todd Kessler
Mike Brown Auctioneers
Mike Castrucci Ford
Milburn For Wilmington City Council
Randi Milburn
Miller Farms & Trucking, Aric Miller
Marian Miller
Perry and Michele Milner Family
Minerva Health Learning Sys., LLC
Anthony Breen
Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial
Mathew Moore
Jay Molitor Family
Moore's Garden Center, Teresa Moore
Mootz Trucking, Jim Mootz
Morgan Insurance, Robert Morgan
Morris Family Club Lambs
Denny Morris
Nancy Motsinger
Mowers & More, Seth Caldwell
Debbie Mullins
Murphy Farms, Steve Murphy
Steve Myers
National Bank and Trust, Chad Beam
Nationwide Ins.,
Pittser Wendell Compton
Naylor Furniture, (Gregg) Jim Armstrong
NCB,FSB, Michael Flanigan
New Sabina Industries, Sonja Koehler
NP Home Visits, Becky Bryant
Number One China Buffet, Billy Kong
Oak View Farms, Mike Bartram
Lonnmie & Dewana O'Dian
Ohio Federal Property Management
Carl Cragwell
Ohio Tent Rental, Clinton Black
Ole Super K Fishing Lake
Pete Brimelow
Orchard Veterinary Care, Inc.
Robert Gano DVM
Painters Creek Lowlines
Brian & Amy Barber
Panetta Excavating Inc., John Panetta
Paris Lawn Care, Charles Paris
Parks Livestock, Chuck Parks
Peelle Law Offices, Chaley Peelle-Griffith
Cindy Peterson, Wilm Cty Cncl Pres
Bob Peterson State Senator
Phillips Insurance Assoc., Chip Phillips
Pickard Lawn Care, Kenny Pickard
Doug Pinkerton Sr.
Pinkerton Family (Randy,Mindy,Josh)
Roger and Carolyn Pinkerton
Pinkerton Show Pigs, Josh Pinkerton
Pioneer Seed - Neal Bond, Neal Bond
PNC Bank, Tom Popp
Polaris Industries, Nathan Hanson
Port Williams Lions Club
George Boyette
Mark & Stacie Powles
Pratt Family, Stan Pratt
Premier Crop Insuance
Amy Boeckmann
Prengers Inc., Roger Houck
Tony & Sandra Proffit
Pro-Tech Auto Center, Bill Walton
Pro-Trac Solutions, Mike Hacker
Purina Mills- Venturas Country Store
Jackie Bickel
Quail Glen Farm, Jacob Barber
Quality Renovations, Barb Tindle
David Quallen/Pioneer Seed
Quallen Family Farms
Gary & Georgeann Quallen
Greg & JoAnn Quallen
R and L Carriers - Roberts Center
Judy Croghan
R.A. Bradshaw Insurance
Scott Bradshaw
Mickey Rannells
Red Dot Trophies, Kenny Lerch
Red Zone Grill
Residential Community Care
Tony Mitchell
Reynolds Smith Funeral Home
Shane Smith
Rhodes Family, Brian Rhodes
Randy Riley, Mayor
Harold S. Roark
Roberts Excavating, John Roberts
Rob's Equipment, Robert Collins
Rock Grinders Jean Co., Carla Wren
Larry & Mary Roddy
Roehm Farms, Jeff & Beth Roehm
John & Anita Rolfe
Ron Trusty Insurance, Ron Trusty
Dr. Jeffrey Ropar Optometrist
Rose Excavating Inc., Mike Rose
Melinda D. Rose, Melinda D. Rose
Cliff Rosenberger, State Rep.
Route 73 Homes, Brian Lieurance
Roxanna Storage, Teresa Dodge
Buck Rudduck
Ryan Seaman Building & Contracting
S.S Show Pigs, Tim Smithson
Sabina Auto Parts, Inc., Scott Saville
Sabins Whole Sale, Jim Burnett
Sam's Meats, Sherri Collett
Gerald & Terri Sandoval
Shirley Saunders
Schneder Channel Seeds
Shae Schneder
Jason Schneder & Family
Schneider Electric, Mark Lewis
Scioto Co-op Milk Producers Assn.,
Ron Fenton
Hannah & Jacob Scott, Ryan Scott
Seaman Construction, Chad Seaman
Shell Farm, Dan Shell
Sherwood Auto and Camper Sales
Norman Ludwick
Shoelaces Catering, Natalie Geer
Bryan Shull
Skyline Chili, Wilmington
Doug Slocum
Jo Slocum
Bob & Carol Smart
Eddie Smart
Smart Financials.net, Jamie Kingsland
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Craig Smith
Smith Farms Trucking, Sherman Smith
Smith J&A Smith D&M McDannell D
Justin Smith
Laura Smith,CNP
Wayne Smith
Ashley Smithson
Smithson Family, Ray Smithson
Phil and Vicki Snow
Brady and Donna Snyder
Snyder Sisters, Kim Snyder
Song and a Story, Paul & Cindy Shivers
Southern Hills Community Bank
Jeff Cloud
Stephanies Restraurant
Stephanie Evans
Stephens Plumbing, Terry Stephens
Steve Stivers, Congressman
Strebers Market, Greg Streber
Loren Stuckert, Loren Stuckert
Sue-Terres Food Affair, Terry Weck
Superior Commercial Cleaning
Jean Popp
TDS Lawn Maintanence, Todd Sams
Terra Excavating, Jack Ficke
Thatcher Family Farm, Tom Thatcher
The Cutting Room, Amanda George
Thompson Farms, Richard Thompson
Thompson Home Improvement
Michael Thompson
Gary & Kathy Tilton
Timbertech, Toni Buhrts
Tom Fulton Used Cars, Todd Kessler
Tom Tapp Family
Total Health Chiropractic
Dr. John Albino
Town & Country Salon & Day Spa
Teresa Earley
Transparency Windows, Cory Sword
Travis Hibbs Excavating
Triple E Farms, Ruth Earley
Triple J Farm
Trupointe Cooperative, Steve Haines
Tricia Turner
Twin Creek Transport, Mike Wiederhold
Umbarger Feeds
Tim & Melissa Alexander
Vandervort Farms, Milton Vandervort
Roger and Priscilla Vaughan
Vaughn's Auto Service, D. Vaughn
Vinup Homes Rich and Angie Vinup
Vital Fitness, Amy Zimmerman
Fred Vonderhaar
Wagner Concession, Joe Wagner
Wagner Farm, Joe Wagner
Walker Farms, Kirk Walker
F. J. Wall & Family
Wal-mart, Josh Nungesser
Jason F Walt, CPA
Nate Warner
Washington Title Agency
Brent Marshall
Wayne Osborn Trucking LLC
Webbland Farm Excavating
Grant Webb
Whalen Electric LLC, Dale Whalen
Ronald Whitacre
Ken Whittenburg
Willey & Son Trucking, LLC
Shawn Willey
Cody Williams
Williams Family Show Stock
Ricky Williams
Williams Landscaping, David Williams
Mary Williams
Mary J. Williams
Shawn Williams
Wilmington Animal Clinic, Edwin Dye
Wilmington Auto Center, David Adkins
Wilmington Dental Arts
Brooke & Levi Hamilton
Wilmington Inn, Atool Patel
Wilmington Iron & Metal Co, Inc.
Cheryl Mustin
Wilmington Lions Club, Jim Brubaker
Wilmington Oral Surgery
Dr. Scott Puckett
Wilmington Savings Bank, Tom Burns
Wilson Family Pygmy Goats
Jim Wilson
Woodchuck Chainsaw Carving
Chuck Georges
Brad & Angela Woodruff
Woodruff Diesel, Matt Thompson
Mark Woodruff
Wright Family Farms, Nolan Wright III
Matt Wyatt
Candie Young
Young's Water Hauling, Steve Young
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DEPARTMENT 1
GRANDSTAND ATTRACTIONS AND ENTERTAINMENT
Members: Todd Sams (Chair), Josh Nickels, Scott Milner
Grandstand Activities for the Week
Saturday, July 11
Sunday, July 12
Monday, July 13
Tuesday, July 14
Wednesday, July 15
Wednesday, July 15
Thursday, July 16
Friday, July 17
Saturday, July 18
Saturday, July 18
Saturday, July 18
Demolition Derby
Harness Racing
4-H / FFA Olympics
Cheerleading Competition
Clinton County Fair Honoree Presentation
Tractor Pull
Truck Pull 4WD
Truck and Tractor Pull
Antique Tractor Pull / Garden Tractor Pull
Kiddie Tractor Pull
NTPA National Regional Truck and Tractor Pull
7:00
4:00
7:30
6:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
7:00
9:00
11:30
7:00
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Entertainment Schedule
Saturday, July 11
Sunday, July 12
Sunday, July 12
Sunday, July 12
Monday, July 13
Tuesday, July 14
Wednesday, July 15
Thursday, July 16
Thursday, July 16
Friday, July 17
Saturday, July 18
Saturday, July 18
Saturday, July 18
KEY:
CDB-SS
GS
LEC
PC
Richard Lynch Band
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
Antique Power Club of Clinton Co. Big Engine Demonstration
3:00 PM
PC
Antique Power Club of Clinton Co. Big Engine Demonstration
5:00 PM
PC
Mr. Chris and the Cruisers
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
Alyssa Oeder
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
Oak
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
Evan Lanier and the Bluegrass Express
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
The Midwest VOICE Talent Search
6:00 PM
CDB-SS
Ohio Dept of Agriculture Bicentennial Farm Presentation
6:00 PM
LEC
Rock N Country
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
Antique Power Club of Clinton Co. Big Engine Demonstration
3:00 PM
PC
Antique Power Club of Clinton Co. Big Engine Demonstration
5:00 PM
PC
The Kate Hasting Band
8:00 PM
CDB-SS
Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings
PC
**Carving weekdays at 6:00 PM, except Tuesday. Weekends starting at 1:00 PM.
County Dealership Building-Sound Stage
Grandstand
Livestock Exposition Center
Power Club Area
ADAMS GRAVEL & EXCAVATING, INC.
FREE ESTIMATES
SERVICING CLINTON COUNTY FOR 30 YEARS
Commercial - Residential
• Excavating
• Grading, Drainage
• Demolition
382-0436
• Site Preparation/Clearing
• Sewer & Water Mains
• Septic Systems
Fax - 937-383-0183
1479 State Rte 730 Wilmington OH 45177
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
The Kate Hasting Band
About The Kate Hasting Band
It's that rare combination of soul-stirring lyrics
with unforgettable melodies that has propelled The
Kate Hasting Band forward. Their remarkable music
and spirited performances have grown a hometown
following into an ever increasing regional fan base.
From the moment they stepped onto the stage at a
county fair in Ohio, The Kate Hasting Band made an
indelible impression...
• Extensive Midwestern tour performances (Ohio,
Michigan, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Missouri).
• Opening Act for multiple National Acts including
Kellie Pickler, Randy Houser, Love & Theft, Craig
Morgan, Colt Ford, Parmalee and more.
• Airplay on Music Road Radio, Best Country Radio,
and support of local radio in Ohio, Wisconsin, and
Missouri.
• Impressive Industry Recognition: SESAC Artists of
the Month, Vietti Vinyl New Artists.
• Invited to sing the National Anthem for Vanderbilt
University.
Kate Hasting, Josh Beale, Cameron Smith
• Two appearances on Nashville's famed Billy Block
Show broadcast world wide.
• Hosts and performers on regional Cable Televison program.
• Members of the Country Music Association (CMA), and chosen for Emerging Artist row at the 2015 CMA Fan Fest
• Just Friends video picked up by ZUUS Media and airing Nationally.
The Kate Hasting Band continues to make a name for themselves in Country Music. Writing and recording with
some of the best in the industry, the band brings their music to stages throughout the Midwest as well as venues
and Writer's Rounds in Music City.
2014 was a ground-breaking year for The Kate Hasting Band, and 2015 will prove to be the same. The band
recently signed with PCG Nashville, has redesigned their website and just released their first full-length music
video. Most importantly, the band has been busy recording new music. “We’ve poured out heart and soul into these
new songs. They represent exactly the kind of music The Kate Hasting Band wants to make. Finding your own
sound is long process–so we are excited to release these songs and for our fans to hear and see how far we’ve come!”
Considered Country Music "up and comers" it's looking as though The Kate Hasting Band is going to be a tough
secret to keep...come along on The Kate Hasting Band journey!
For more on Kate, Josh, and Cam, visit www.KateHasting.com
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Lynch Band
About Richard Lynch Band
Living the life he sings about is what gives Richard Lynch the edge as a singer/songwriter. Richard is a
hardworking, blue collar man. He is a designer and builder of amazing country barns, and as should be expected,
he is an American farmer. His daily life and paying his musical dues by performing at over 300 events a year all
across the country, is that which shaped him into a one-of a kind performer. Richard’s style is true to his roots
and it carries over into his live shows. Much like his music, watching Richard’s live performance is something you
feel. A feeling you carry with you as you walk away. Country music is a gift that sustains in our lives wherever we
go and Richard is the messenger.
Richard has graced the stage with country’s best...John Conlee, John Anderson, The Bellamy Brothers, Eddie
Rabbit, Keith Whitley, Confederate Railroad, David Allen Coe, Johnny Paycheck, Shenandoah, Shelby Lynn, Hank
III, T.G. Sheppard, Helen Cornelius, Lulu Roman, Michael Twitty, T. Graham Brown, David Ball, Jimmy Fortune,
David Frizzell, Jett Williams, and Ken Mellons to name a few.
Richard’s amazing country career has placed him on stage at: The Ohio Hayride…broadcast live from Richard’s
very own Keepin’ It Country Farm, Midwest Country and The Shotgun Red Show on RFD-TV, The Wheeling
Jamboree, The World Famous Nashville Palace, The Grinder’s Switch Hour, along with 100’s of fairs, festivals, and
renouned venues around the country.
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
Alyssa Oeder
About Alyssa Oeder
Alyssa Oeder is an up and coming musician from the Morrow/Lebanon area. She participated in a karaoke
contest and then taught herself to play the guitar at the age of 14. She has been singing ever since. She has had
the privilege of singing at various fairs, festivals and country music venues in Ohio, at Renfro Valley, and even at
some restaurants and bars in Nashville Tennessee. Music has been her passion from a young age and she enjoys
singing at any opportunity that presents itself. She was a 4-H member for eight years at the Warren County fair,
so singing at places like the Clinton County Fair feels like home to her. She is a high school graduate from Little
Miami High School and is currently a junior at Miami University. She is pursuing a career in education and wants
to be either a junior high or high school biology teacher.
She wouldn’t have been able to pursue her dream of being a musician if it weren’t for the support of her family
and friends. They never miss a gig she sings at and are always there in the front row to cheer her on. Music will
always be a priority in her life and she is excited to see what the future holds.
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
Rock N Country
About Rock N Country
The members of Rock N Country have entertained audiences throughout southern Ohio for many
years. Playing classic rock from the 60's to 80's and traditional and modern country, "Rock N Country"
has become known as the band that plays material you won't hear other bands performing. Stacey Wilt,
Dick Doyle, and Jim Petitt take turns singing lead and their diverse song list covers The Beatles to
Journey and Conway Twitty to Lady Antebellum. Jeff Hudson and Colin Kelley keep the toes tapping with
their steady rhythm and Kurt Ziemke tickles the keys to provide some of the tightest music around. Their
harmonies and seasoned musianship make this a show you will not want to miss.
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
4-H and FFA Olympics
7TH ANNUAL
4-H AND FFA TEAMS
CLINTON COUNTY FAIR SUMMER OLYMPICS
MONDAY, JULY 13, 2015
7:30 P.M. IN FRONT OF THE GRANDSTAND
SIGN UP IN FAIR OFFICE LIMITED TO FIRST 12 TEAMS
1 TEAM PER CLUB/CHAPTER
FASTEST TIME WINS
PAY-OUT
1ST PLACE.........................................................$400
2ND PLACE ........................................................$300
3RD PLACE ........................................................$200
4TH PLACE.........................................................$100
ONLY 12 TEAMS
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
Oak
About Oak
Oak began five years ago as a three piece rock band based out of Wilmington, Ohio - Tony Thompson, of Buckley
Bros, on vocals and guitar, Allen Willoughby, of Sugartree Ministries, on bass, and Nate Thirey, of Thirey Cabinet
Makers on drums.
With two albums of original music recorded, Chase Collins, a nurse at Clinton Memorial Hospital, was added
on keys for the recording of the third album.
The third album was a live recording at Joe's Java in Wilmington.
Oak's sound is a blend of various forms of Americana music with a kick of rock and roll.
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
Evan Lanier
and the Bluegrass Express
About Evan Lanier and The Bluegrass Express
We are an Ohio based Bluegrass/Gospel band.
Our origin was a 7 year old boy who wanted to
play the guitar.
Noel Bolen (Grandpa) taught him a few songs
on the guitar and said “He’s a natural born
picker!”
Evan has an ear for music. Just hearing a song
a time or two and he can play it, like it should be
played.
Over the next few years Evan went on to learn
to play the Banjo, Mandolin, Bass, Fiddle, and
Dobro. Now at age Eighteen, Evan has mastered
all of these instruments.
Left to Right – Bob Hamblin, Larry “Bubba” Griffith, Noel Bolen, Evan Lanier
There are three men in his band that make great role models for him.
Noel Bolen (Grandpa), Who has played Bluegrass most of his life plays Rhythm Guitar and sings lead.
Bob Hamblin, A founding member of The Dixie Ryders with nearly a 50 year history, Plays mandolin and sings lead and tenor.
Larry “Bubba” Griffith, who has several decades of experience is playing bass singing baritone, tenor, and the occasional lead.
We traveled to Nashville Tn. In the spring of 2013 to perform on the Shotgun Red Variety Show which has aired several
times on the RFD-TV channel since then. This was a great experience for us all. There Professionalism, Showmanship, and
Experience was quite apparent when it only took one take to do our segment of the TV show.
Each summer we play numerous festivals and other venues, such as, The Brown County Bluegrass Fest. In Georgetown
Ohio, Round Eyes Park in Painters Creek Ohio, Bluegrass on the Mountain, Miami Valley Brewgrass Festival, Am Vets
Bluegrass festival in Hillsboro Ohio, Central Ohio Bluegrass Festival, The Ohio State Fair, Ohio Valley Bluegrass in Mt. Orab
Ohio, Connersville Indiana, and many other festivals and venues we get along the way.
Evan has had the honor to share the stage with many big bluegrass bands including, Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers,
Audie Blaylock and Redline, Kody Norris and the Watauga Mt. Boys, James King Band, Ralph Stanley, Ralph Stanley II,
Goldwing Express, Larry Sparks and The Lonesome Ramblers, Vince Combs and Shadetree Grass, Larry Efaw and The
Bluegrass Mountaineers, Melvin Goins and Windy Mountain, Sammy Adkins and the Sandy Hook Mt. Boys, Junior
Blankenship, Bill Yates and The Country Gentlemen Tribute Band, Big Country Bluegrass, Danny Davis Band, The Patrick
Family, and a few others. He truly appreciates these fine bands welcoming him on stage to pick.
The Included DVD contains a 14 minute montage of a dozen or so selections to show off the bands range of talent and
music we bring to the stage.
Please consider booking our band for you Festival, Events, Inside/Outside shows, Parties, ect.
Visit our website at www.EvanLanier.com for additional info.
Any other information needed, call Barbra Bolen at 937-748-0397
Thank You for your consideration,
Noel Bolen 91914 Clearcreek Road, Springboro, Ohio 45066
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
Chuck Georges
Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings
About Chuck Georges - Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings
Woodchuck Chainsaw Carvings provide quality chainsaw art that is unique and special in its own way.
Each carving begins with careful log selection to maximize the character of the finished product. A lot
of pride is put into each carving, knowing that the end result is a reflection of my ability to satisfy you,
the customer.
Thank you for stopping by and visiting.
We are located in Southwestern Ohio. If you have any question or comments, please feel free to drop
us a line.
Website: myplace.frontier.com/~cag_tlg/id2.html
Our Email Address: [email protected]
Our Phone Number: (937)-987-0404
Please Make All Calls Between 5:00 and 9:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time)
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT
1924 Fairbanks-Morse Engine
Demonstrations during the 2015 Clinton County Fair in the Power Club Area
Courtesy of the Antique Power Club of Clinton County
Sunday, July 12th at 3:00pm and 5:00pm
Saturday, July 18th at 3:00pm and 5:00pm
On February 29, 1924, this BIG ENGINE was purchased new for the amount of $10,839 by C.C. Beam for use at the
current day Melvin Stone in Clinton County.
This engine is a 1924 Fairbanks-Morse with 200 Horse Power. It is a “Y” Vertical 4 Cylinder Semi-Diesel 2 Cycle Engine.
The weight of this engine is 39,650 lbs.
Additional specifications of the BIG ENGINE:
Serial Number 575378
Runs at 257 RPMS
17” Stoke
14” Bore
Main Bearings 7” x 25”
Flywheel 78” tall weighing 5200 lbs.
Craig and Cathy Beam are the current owners of the engine. On September 18, 1984, it was given on loan to the Antique
Power Club of Clinton County and has been on display at the Clinton County Fairgrounds since August 1985. The building
where the engine is housed was built around the engine in the summer of 1986, and the engine was run the first time on
the fairgrounds in 1987.
The Antique Power Club of Clinton County welcomes you to the 2015 Corn Festival held from Friday, September 11th
through Sunday, September 13th here at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. Antique tractors and equipment, demonstrations,
competitions, entertainment, vendor displays and GREAT food just a mention a few reasons to attend!
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1st ANNUAL CLINTON COUNTY FAIR CHEERLEADING COMPETITION
Tuesday, July 14th at 6:00 PM
GRANDSTAND
Noreen Gibson (937) 205-0280
Todd Sams, Entertainment Chair, (937) 728-6570
ELIGIBILITY. Any student who is a member of the 2015-2016 cheer or dance squad may participate. Entry forms must be signed
by the coach OR principal.
CLASSIFICATIONS. Squads will be divided into the following classifications:
VARSITY MOUNT– Squads must consist of members grades 9-12 (2015-2016 school year) and may also be combined
school sport squads.
VARSITY NON-MOUNT – Squads must consist of members grades 9-12 (2015-2016 school year) and may also be
combined school sport squads.
MIDDLE SCHOOL/JR HIGH – Squads must consist of members grades 6-8 (2015-2016 school year).
PEE WEE – Squads must consist of members grades 6 and below (2015-2016 school year).
ALL STAR CHEER - Squads may consist of members of any age combination.
OPEN DANCE - Squads may consist of members of any age combination.
There will be Dance and Cheer divisions. Squads may enter both the dance and cheer divisions or more than one class. Schools may
enter more than one squad in a class. A member on a competition squad may also perform with a school squad.
SAFETY. The overall safety of each squad will be evaluated by the judges at all times. The use of mini tramps, knee drops, slam
splits, drop splits are NOT permitted. PYRAMIDS AND MOUNTS ARE PERMITTED IN ALL DIVISIONS EXCEPT
VARSITY NON-MOUNT. Pyramids and mounts are permitted only with the use of spotters who shall be cheerleaders and in
uniform.
PERFORMANCE AREA. The performance area will be a 42 ft. x 42 ft. floor set on dirt. Facing the performance area, you will
enter from the left and exit to the right. Tumblers may begin off the floor if they need to, otherwise cheerleaders must stay on the 42
ft. x 42 ft. area.
ROUTINE AND TIME. Dance division must consist of all music and no cheers. Cheer division may consist of entrance, chants,
cheers, dance and exit. Routines have a maximum (no minimum) limit of 5 minutes. Timing starts when the first contestant enters the
performance area, or first motion or word is spoken by the squad after their name has been called to perform. Props may be placed on
the stage before the squad is announced. Entrance and exit will be included in the 5 minutes. This means timing will stop when the
last piece of equipment has been removed or the last contestant has left the staging area. There will be a penalty of 1 point for each
second past the time limit (from 1 judge only). Poms, signs, and other appropriate props are encouraged. You will be judged on
pyramids and mounts in the VARSITY MOUNT and ALL STAR CHEER divisions. Pyramids and mounts ARE NOT permitted in
the VARSITY NON-MOUNT division.
JUDGING AND SCORING. There will be at least 3 qualified judges for this competition. The total score of all judges added
together will determine the final places. The total possible points from each judge will be 100. The basis for judging will be as shown
on the score sheet in this brochure. All divisions will be judged separately and the decision of the judges is final.
WINNERS AND AWARDS. Placing of the top three squads in each division will be announced as soon as the contest scoring can
be tabulated. All awards will be presented at this time. Your score sheets will be available.
First place will receive a trophy and $100.
Second place will receive a trophy and $50
Third place will receive a trophy and $25
FAIR ADMISSION. Cheerleaders and Advisors must pay regular gate admission.
MUSIC. ALL MUSIC MUST BE ON CD. Please have your CD labeled with your group name, category and song number.
All music should be taken to the music table when the squad arrives at the competition and checks in. PLEASE BRING A
BACKUP CD.
GENERAL. Squads will be advised of their appearance order and time with the final instruction email. Order will be determined by
random draw. A representative from each squad must register one half hour prior to their performance time. Appearance order may
be advanced and squads must be ready to perform if called early. Squads not appearing when called upon will be moved to the end of
the division and assessed a 25 point penalty.
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CLINTON COUNTY FAIR CHEERLEADING COMPETITION OFFICIAL JUDGING SHEET
SCHOOL OR SQUAD_________________________________________________DANCE____________CHEER___________
VARSITY_____VARSITY NON MOUNT______MS/JR HIGH________PEE WEE_____ALL STAR
____OPEN__________
OVERALL EXECUTUION
PRECISION OF MOTIONS/TIMING/FORMATION SPACING/USE OF AREA/PERFECTION OF ROUTINE
30 POINTS
PROJECTION
VOICE/EXPRESSION/SHOWMANSHIP/SPIRIT
20 POINTS
FUNDAMENTALS
MOTION TECHNIQUE/JUMPS/TUMBLING
20 POINTS
OVERALL APPEAL
CHOREOGRAPHY/CREATIVITY/DEGREE OF DIFFICULTY
20 POINTS
APPEARANCE
NEATNESS/UNIFORMITY/POSTURE
10 POINTS
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2015 CLINTON COUNTY FAIR CHEERLEADING COMPETITION ENTRY FORM
NAME OF SCHOOL_______________________________________________________________
STREET ADDRESS________________________________________________________________
CITY___________________________STATE________ZIP___________COUNTY____________
NAME OF CHEER SQUAD_________________________________________________________
NAME OF ADVISOR____________________________________PHONE(_____)_____________
HOME ADDRESS_________________________________________________________________
CITY_________________________________________STATE__________ZIP_______________
NUMBER IN SQUAD____________
EMAIL ______________________________________
CIRCLE WHICH CLASS YOU ARE ENTERING:
VARSITY MOUNT
VARSITY NON MOUNT
MS/JR HIGH CHEER
PEE WEE CHEER
ALL STAR CHEER
VARSITY DANCE
MS/JR HIGH DANCE
OPEN DANCE
ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN JULY 03, 2015.
MAIL ENTRY FORM, MEDICAL RELEASE FORMS, AND FEES TO:
CHEERLEADING/DANCE COMPETITION
CLINTON COUNTY FAIR
ATTN: NOREEN GIBSON
4360 Custer Rd.
HILLSBORO, OH 45133
Make checks payable to: Clinton County Agricultural Society
Fee is $15 per squad per class.
I have read and agree to adhere to the rules and regulations of this competition. I verify that our entrants are members of the
designated cheer/dance squad. I also understand my entry will not be accepted unless the entry fee and medical release forms for all
squad members are enclosed with signatures.
____________________________________OR_______________________________________
Principal’s Signature
Advisor’s Signature
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MEDICAL TREATMENT AND LIABILITY FORM
I, THE UNDERSIGNED PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN, DO HEREBY GRANT MY PERMISSION FOR MY
DAUGHTER/SON______________________________TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLINTON COUNTY FAIR
CHEERLEADING COMPETITION. IN ORDER THAT MY DAUGHTER/SON MAY RECEIVE THE NECESSARY
MEDICAL TREATMENT IN THE EVENT OF ANY INJURY OR ILLNESS, I HEREBY AUTHORIZE THE
PERSONNEL OF THE COMPETITION TO OBTAIN MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR MY DAUGHTER/SON FOR
SUCH INJURY OR ILLNESS DURING THIS COMPETITION AND HEREBY HOLD THE PERSONNEL AND
REPRESENTATIVE HARMLESS IN THE EXERCISE OF THIS AUTHORITY. I ALSO UNDERSTAND THE
DECISION OF THE JUDGES DURING THE COMPETITION IS LEFT TO THEIR DISCRETION AND WILL NOT
FURTHER QUESTION SUCH JUDGES.
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DEPARTMENT 2
TICKETS AND GATES
Members: Scot Gerber (Chair), Kevin Bogan, Mike Hacker, Sherri Keller
ADMiSSioN CHARGE STARTS AT 8:00 AM, JULY 11, 2015
Admission charged daily from 8:00 AM till 10:00 PM
No Refunds on Gate Admission for any reason
Fairgrounds Closes at 11 P.M. Nightly
2015 Membership Ticket (will be sold in fair office only)
Will be sold in the office during the fair
$30.00
2016 Membership Ticket (will be sold in fair office only)
$30.00
Season Ticket (Available in fair office and will be available at all
gates on July 11th through July 13th)
$25.00
Gate Ticket (daily)
Children 8 years and under free
$07.00
Lunch Pass (11:00 AM – 2:00 PM)
Admission reimbursed when admission ticket
presented at leaving before 2:00 PM same day
$07.00
Workers Pass
Good for one day only
$06.00
Daily Ride Tickets
Tickets can be purchased at the Amusement Ticket Office
$08.00
Kid’s Day – Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Ride Tickets purchased between 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM
16 years old and under
$05.00
Senior Citizen’s Day – Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Veteran’s Day – Tuesday, July 14, 2015
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Phone: (937) 783-3276
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DEPARTMENT 3
OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
CLiNToN CoUNTY AGRiCULTURAL SoCiETY
Po BoX 29
WiLMiNGToN, oH 45177
Website: clintoncountyfair.org/
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: facebook.com/clintoncountyfairground
Fairgrounds located at 958 W Main St., Wilmington, OH.
Scot Gerber
Tom Thatcher
Mike Hacker
Angie Stanton
2015 officers
President
Vice President
Secretary
Appointed Treasurer
Fair offices
Fairboard office
937-382-4443
Fairboard office Fax
937-382-4844
Jr. Fair office
937-382-4691
Race office
937-382-5855
2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dave Armstrong
Kevin Bogan
John Fankhauser
Scot Gerber
Greta Gray
Claey Green
Mike Hacker
Jeff Hartman
Sherri Keller
Scott Milner
Josh Nickell
Todd Sams
Tom Thatcher
Vickie Wagner
1212 Berlin Road, Wilmington, OH 45177
55 Black Rd., Sabina, OH 45169
192 Hiatt Rd., Clarksville, OH 45113
6288 Sabina Rd., Sabina, OH 45169
227 Martinsville Rd., Blanchester, OH 45107
2671 US 22 W. Lot 22, Wilmington, OH 45177
227 Martinville Road, Blanchester, OH 45107
4810 Prairie Rd., Wilmington, OH 45177
2671 US 22 W. Lot 22, Wilmington, OH 45177
1251 Berlin Road, Wilmington, OH 45177
4680 St Rt 350, Clarksville, OH 45113
9408 S.R. 730, Clarksville, OH 45113
330 W. Walker Rd., Wilmington,OH 45177
1659 Westboro Rd., Blanchester, OH 45107
STANDING COMMITTEES
DEPARTMENT 1
ENTERTAiNMENT
Todd Sams, Josh Nickell, Scott Milner
DEPARTMENT 2
TiCKETS & GATES
Scot Gerber, Kevin Bogan, Mike Hacker, Sherri Keller
DEPARTMENT 3
oFFiCERS & DiRECToRS
Scot Gerber, Tom Thatcher, Mike Hacker, Angie Stanton
DEPARTMENT 4
CAMPiNG
Tom Thatcher, Todd Sams, Josh Nickell
DEPARTMENT 5
PRiViLEGES & ATTRACTioNS
Greta Gray, Scot Gerber, John Fankhauser
937-302-0647
937-584-4332
513-403-7155
937-302-0100
937-763-6265
937-725-3875
937-673-0496
937-302-0090
740-606-2231
419-296-1496
937-218-2400
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937-302-0323
937-783-3210
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OFFICERS
President
Scot
Gerber
Vice-President
Tom
Thatcher
Secretary
Mike
Hacker
MEMBERS
Dave
Armstrong
Kevin
Bogan
John
Fankhauser
Greta
Gray
Claey
Green
Jeff
Hartman
Sherri
Keller
Scott
Milner
Josh
Nickell
Todd
Sams
Vickie
Wagner
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DEPARTMENT 6
PRoDUCE
Vickie Wagner, Todd Sams, Kevin Bogan
DEPARTMENT 7
BAKED GooDS, CANNED GooDS, HANDCRAFTS, NEEDLECRAFTS
Kevin Bogan, Sherri Keller, Greta Gray
DEPARTMENT 8
PHoToGRAPHY
Mike Hacker, Jeff Hartman, Claey Green
DEPARTMENT 9
FiNE ARTS
Mike Hacker, Claey Green, Jeff Hartman
DEPARTMENT 10
FLoWERS
Vickie Wagner, Kevin Bogan, John Fankhauser
DEPARTMENT 11
JUNioR FAiR
Jeff Hartman, Greta Gray, Scot Gerber
DEPARTMENT 12
HARNESS RACiNG & JUNioR FAiR HoRSE SHoW
Tom Thatcher, Todd Sams, Dave Armstrong
DEPARTMENT 13
CATTLE
Scot Gerber, Josh Nickell, Mike Hacker
DEPARTMENT 14
SWiNE
Jeff Hartman, Dave Armstrong, Todd Sams
DEPARTMENT 15
SHEEP & GoATS
Mike Hacker, Sherri Keller, Greta Gray
DEPARTMENT 16
RABBiTS
Kevin Bogan, Scott Milner, Vickie Wagner
DEPARTMENT 17
TRACToR & TRUCK PULLS
John Fankhauser, Scott Milner, Josh Nickell
DEPARTMENT 18
PoULTRY
Josh Nickell, Tom Thatcher, Jeff Hartman
DEPARTMENT 19
BUiLDiNGS & GRoUNDS
Scot Gerber, Dave Armstrong, Todd Sams, Josh Nickell
DEPARTMENT 20
PREMiUM BooK
Mike Hacker, John Fankhauser, Vickie Wagner
DEPARTMENT 21
ADVERTiSiNG
Greta Gray, Dave Armstrong, Todd Sams
DEPARTMENT 22
SAFETY
Kevin Bogan, Claey Green, Sherri Keller
DEPARTMENT 23
AUDiT & PoLiCY
Tom Thatcher, Greta Gray, Mike Hacker
DEPARTMENT 24
FiNANCE
Dave Armstrong, Tom Thatcher, Mike Hacker, Scot Gerber, Angie Stanton
DEPARTMENT 25
PARKiNG
Claey Green, Kevin Bogan, Scott Milner
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CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS
OF THE
CLINTON COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
ADOPTED DECEMBER 1,1956
ARTiCLE i - TiTLE
Section 1.
The Society shall be known as the Clinton County
Agricultural Society.
ARTiCLE ii - oBJECT
Section 1.
The object of this Society shall be to promote and
encourage agriculture, industry, science, art and other
interests of Clinton County, which the Board deems
proper, and in the best interests of the community.
ARTiCLE iii - MEMBERSHiP
Section 1.
Any legal resident (age 18 or over) of Clinton County
may become a member of this Society by paying
annually the membership fee fixed by the Board of
Directors.
Section 2.
No person shall pay for or secure more than one such
membership, and that membership shall be for
himself. No membership shall be issued to
corporations, organizations, partnerships, or firms.
Section 3.
The new membership will be on sale from Thursday of
the Fair until the Thursday of the next Fair.
The membership is in effect from December 1 until
November 30.
ARTiCLE iV - BoARD oF DiRECToRS Section 1.
The management shall consist of a board of 15 members, who shall be elected for a term three years and
the terms so arranged that the terms of one-third of
the members shall expire annually. The Board can
appoint up to 6 new members for 1 year term for a total
of 21 members, when they deem necessary, which has
to be voted on by the present Board, until election,
which then they will have to run for re-election.
Section 2.
Any vacancy caused by death, resignation, removal
from office, or other pauses, may be filled by the
Board until the next annual election when a director
shall be elected for the unexpired term.
Section 3.
The Board of Directors of the Society shall serve a
maximum of 3 consecutive 3 year terms and then
must set out for 1 year before seeking another term.
ARTiCLE V - ELECTioN
Section 1.
The annual election of the Board of Directors shall be
held in the office of the board at the Fairgrounds on the
third Tuesday in October of each year from 4:00 PM.
to 8:00 PM.
Section 2.
The said election shall be by ballot. Ballots must be
clearly marked opposite the name of each candidate
voted for; otherwise the name will not be counted.
Section 3.
Only legal residents of Clinton County holding
membership certificates in the said society at the
close of the annual fair can vote.
Section 4.
Members of the Society must declare their candidacy
for the office of Director of the Society by filing with the
Secretary of the Society, a petition signed by 10 or
more members of the Society who are residents of
Clinton County, at least seven days before the annual
election of Directors is held. Only regularly nominated
candidates who have met the filing requirements will
be eligible for election as a director.
Section 5.
Shall be amended to read as follows: The term of office
of the retiring directors shall expire and that of the
directors-elect shall begin on January 1 of each year, or
until their successors are elected and qualified.
ARTiCLE Vi - ANNUAL MEETiNG
oF THE MEMBERSHiP
Section 1.
The annual meeting of the members of the Society
shall be held on the first Monday in November of each
year at 7:00 PM.
Section 2.
At this meeting, the officers and directors of the
Society shall make reports to the membership of the
Society concerning the past Fair and make
recommendations for the betterment of future Fairs.
The members shall be given opportunity to make
suggestions and rec ommendations for the
improvement of the Society and its Fair. Such other
business may be presented as may be prescribed by
this constitution or as may be deemed proper by the
Board of Directors.
ARTiCLE Vii oRGANiZATioN AND MEETiNGS
Section 1.
The Board of Directors shall meet annually on the first
Monday in November of each year, except when the
said date is a legal holiday, then they shall meet the
first Tuesday, and elect the President, Vice President,
Secretary and Treasurer. The President, Vice President
and the Treasurer shall serve one year and the
Secretary as the Board may determine, and until their
successors are elected and qualified.
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Section 2.
The President and Vice President shall be directors.
The Secretary and the Treasurer may be directors.
Must be on board for 1 year.
Section 3.
(Optional Provision) The Secretary may be
compensated in an amount not to exceed $500.00 per
year as may be fixed by the Board of Directors.
Section 3.
Before election of officers the newly elected directors
shall qualify by taking the following oath (or
affirmation) before a competent authority (designated
by law): “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will
support the Constitution of the United States, the
Constitution of Ohio, Laws of Ohio and rules and
regulations of the Department of Agriculture of Ohio
pertaining to agricultural societies and to the best of
my ability perform the duties of Director of the Clinton
County Agricultural Society, so help me God.”
Section 4.
(Optional Provision) The Treasurer may be
compensated in an amount to not exceed $500.00 per
year as may be fixed by the Board of Directors.
Section 5.
(Optional Provision) The Fair Manager may be
compensated in an amount to not exceed $500.00 per
year as may be fixed by the Board of Directors.
ARTiCLE Viii - AMENDMENTS
Section 1.
Amendments to the constitution or by-laws may be
proposed by:
A. A majority of the Board of Directors at a
scheduled meeting in favor of placing an
amendment on the ballot: or
B. Filing a petition with the Secretary of the
Society at least 14 days prior to the annual
election of the Board of Directors or annual
meeting of the membership of the society. Said
petition must set forth the proposed
amendment and be signed by not less than 25
members.
Section 2.
If an amendment is proposed, it shall be submitted to
the membership of the Society at the annual election
of the Board of Directors or annual meeting of the
membership of the Society.
Section 3.
When more than one amendment shall be submitted
at the same time, they shall be so submitted as to
enable the members to vote on each amendment,
separately.
Section 4.
If the majority of the membership voting on the
proposed amendment shall adopt such amendment, it
shall become a part of the constitution or bylaws.
ARTiCLE iX - CoMPENSATioN
Section 1.
The compensation of the Board members shall be
fixed by the Board in accordance with rules of the
Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Section 2.
(Optional Provision) The President may be
compensated in an amount not to exceed $250.00 per
year as may be fixed by the Board of Directors.
ARTiCLE X - BoNDS
Section 1.
The Secretary shall post surety bond in the amount of
$1,000.00 payable to the Society conditioned upon
the faithful performance of the duties of his office.
Section 2.
The Treasurer shall post a surety bond double the
amount received from the county to the Society,
conditioned upon the faithful performance of the
duties of his office.
Section 3.
The Recording Secretary shall post a surety bond
double the amount received from the county to the
Society, conditioned upon the faithful performance of
the duties of his office.
ARTiCLE Xi - FAiR DATES
Section 1.
The Board of Directors shall fix the date of the annual
exposition of the Society, subject to the approval of
the Ohio Director of Agriculture.
BY-LAWS
ARTiCLE i - QUoRUM
Section 1.
Six members of the Board of Directors shall constitute
a quorum for the transaction of business of the Society.
ARTiCLE ii - MEETiNGS
Section 1.
The regular meeting of the Board of Directors shall be
the first Monday of each month at 7:00 P.M. in the
fairgrounds office.
Section 2.
Special meetings may be held when necessary, at the
call of the President or at the call of the Secretary,
upon the written request to the Secretary by not less
than three members of the Board of Directors.
Section 3.
Written notice of special meetings of the Board of
Directors shall be delivered personally to each director
or sent to each director by phone, e-mail or text at
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least two days before the meeting. Such notice,
however, may be waived by any director either before
or after the meeting. The notice need not specify the
purposes of the meeting.
ARTiCLE iii- oRDER oF BUSiNESS
Section 1.
1. Roll Call.
2. Reading and approval or adoption of minutes
3. Bills and accounts.
4. Report of Committees.
5. Report of Officers.
6. Unfinished Business.
7. New Business.
8. Appointments.
9. Adjournment.
Section 2.
The order of business may be temporarily suspended
at any meeting upon a majority vote of a quorum
present.
ARTiCLE iV - DUTiES oF oFFiCERS
Section 1.
It shall be the duty of the Presidents to preside at
all meetings of the Board, to appoint committees,
countersign all orders for the disbursement of funds,
and to perform such other duties as are determined by
the Board.
Section 2.
It shall be the duty of the Vice President to assume all
the duties of the President in the event of his absence
or vacancy of office and to perform such other duties
as are determined by the Board.
Section 3.
It shall be the duty of the Secretary to:
(1) Keep a list of all members of the Society;
(2) Keep accurately a record of all proceedings of
the Society and the Board;
(3) Notify all members of the Board of the time and
place of all special meetings;
(4) Give the members of the Society notice of the
time and place of the annual election of the
Board of Directors and the Annual Meeting of
the Membership;
(5) Keep strict account of all monies that may
come into his hands and pay the same over to
the Treasurer to take his receipts therefore;
(6) Keep a correct Itemized account of all receipts
and expenditures of money;
(7) Make out the annual report to the Ohio
Department of Agriculture;
(8) Perform such other duties as are determined
by the Board;
Section 4.
It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to:
(1) Receive all monies and give a receipt for same
as to amounts and sources from which it came:
(2) Keep an accurate account of all receipts and
disbursements;
(3) Perform such other duties as are determined
by the Board.
ARTiCLE V -RULES
The Board of Directors may enact Rules and
Regulations for conducting the business of the
Society, which do not conflict with constitution or bylaws, Regulations of the Ohio Department of
Agriculture, or laws of the State of Ohio.
ARTiCLE Vi
The Clinton County Agricultural Society shall have the
right to have an annual dinner meeting at their
expense.
ARTiCLE Vii
The Board of Directors may receive only their actual
expense in attending the meeting of the board and the
business of the Society.
ARTiCLE Viii
Section 1.
The purpose of this conflict of interest policy is to
protect the Clinton County Agricultural Society’s
interest as a tax exempt organization when it is
contemplating entering into a transaction or
arrangement that might benefit the private interest of
an officer or director of the Clinton County Agricultural
Society or might result in a possible excess benefit
transaction. This policy is intended to supplement but
not replace any applicable state and federal laws
governing conflict of interest to nonprofit and
charitable organizations.
Section 2.
Definitions
1. Interested Person – Any director, officer, or
member of a committee with governing board
delegated powers, who has a direct or indirect
financial interest, as defined below is an
interested person
2. Financial Interest – A person has a financial
interest if the person has, directly or indirectly,
through business, investment, or family:
A) An ownership or investment interest in any
entity which the Clinton County Agricultural
Society has a transaction or arrangement with.
B) A compensation arrangement with the Clinton
County Agricultural or any entity or individual
with which the Clinton County Agricultural has
a transaction or arrangement, or
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C) A potential ownership or investment in, or
compensation arrangement with, any entity
or individual with which the Clinton County
Agricultural Society is negotiating a
transaction or arrangement.
Compensation includes direct and indirect
remuneration as well as gifts or favors that are not
insubstantial.
A financial interest is not necessarily a conflict of
interest. Under Section III, a person who has a
financial interest may have a conflict of interest only if
the appropriate governing board or committee
decides that a conflict of interest exists.
Section 3.
Procedures
1. Duty to Disclose – In connection with any actual
or possible conflict of interest, an interested
person must disclose the existence of the
financial interest and be given the opportunity to
disclose all material facts to the directors and
members of committees with the governing board
delegated powers considering the proposed
transaction or arrangement.
2. Determining Whether a Conflict of Interest Exists
After disclosure of the financial interest and all
material facts, and after any discussion with the
interested person he/she shall leave the governing
board or committee meeting while the
determination of a conflict of interest is discussed
and voted upon. The remaining board or
committee members shall decide if that conflict of
interest exists.
3. Procedures for Addressing he Conflict of Interest
A) An interested person may make a presentation
at the governing board or committee meeting,
but after the presentation, he/she shall leave
the the meeting during discussion of, and the
vote on, the transaction or arrangement
involving the possible conflict of interest.
B) The Chairperson of the governing board or
committee shall, if appropriate appoint a
disinterested person or committee to
investigate alternatives to the proposed
transaction or arrangement.
C) After exercising due diligence, the governing
board or committee shall determine whether
the Clinton County Agricultural Society can
obtain with reasonable efforts a more
advantageous transaction or arrangement
from a person or entity that would not give rise
to a conflict of interest.
D) If a more advantageous transaction or
arrangement is not reasonably possible under
the circumstances not producing a conflict of
interest, the governing board or committee shall
determine by a majority vote of the disinterested
directors whether the transaction or arrangement
is in the Clinton County Agricultural Society’s best
interest, for its own benefit and whether to enter
into the transaction or arrangement. In conformity
with the above determination it shall make its
decision as to whether to enter into the
transaction or arrangement.
4. Violation of the Conflict of Interest Policy
A) If the governing body or committee has
reasonable cause to believe a member had
failed to disclose actual or possible conflicts of
interest, it shall inform of the basis for such a
belief and afford the member an opportunity to
explain the alleged failure to disclose.
B) If, after the hearing the member’s response
and after making further investigation as
warranted by the circumstances, if the
governing board or committee determines the
member has failed to disclose an actual or
possible conflict of interest, it shall take
appropriate can corrective action.
Article iX
The Board of Directors of the Society may authorize
the sale of intoxicating beverages at the fairgrounds
and events and receive revenue from the sales.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
NO STRAW FURNISHED BY FAIR BOARD
Exhibitors should examine the following rules in order
to understand the manner in which the fair is conducted and to prevent mistakes, which might
otherwise occur:
1. our fair will operate under the provisions of
ohio’s Livestock Show Reform Act and under
all applicable ohio Department of Agricultural
Administrative Code Rules. This law and the
amended rules may be viewed and/or secured
at the Secretary’s office.
2. Competition open to all unless specified.
3. All animals and articles for competition must be
placed in their proper position (except cut flowers
and tender, delicate fruits, bread, cakes, etc.) by
the stated time, otherwise they will be positively
excluded from competition. The Board will strictly
adhere to the above rule, left to the superintendent
of each department.
4. No animal to be entered in the name of any other
than the bona fide owner. Should any be found
otherwise entered they will forfeit to the County
Board any premium awarded by the judges.
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5. Any person attempting to exhibit an animal in any
class other than that to which it belongs shall
forfeit the entrance fee.
6. No person other than the judge will be permitted to
go into the ring where the stock is exhibited,
except the officers of the Board and the
Superintendents.
7. Cattle can enter the ring only under halter and in
charge of a groom, sheep and swine only in charge
of an attendant.
8. Cattle and sheep will be exhibited in rings prepared for the purpose, and the premium ribbons or
cards shall be attached by the judge before the
animal leaves the enclosure. First premium, Blue;
second premium, Red.
9. No animal or article shall be removed before the
close of the exhibition, via, 4 P.M., the last day,
without consent of member in charge and must
take part in livestock parade. Failing to do so
forfeits premiums.
10. The County Board will take every precaution in its
power for that safe preservation of stock and
articles on exhibition after their arrival and
arrangement upon the grounds, but will not be
responsible for any loss or damage that may
occur. Exhibitors are desired to give attention to
their articles and at the close of the Fair to attend
promptly to their removal.
11. Should any premium be found to have been
obtained by false evidence or misrepresentation or
a violation of the above rules, the money will be
withheld by the Board.
12. Persons occupying stalls acquire no right thereto,
but may be removed at any time by order of the
Superintendent of that Department.
13. Superintendents are appointed whose duty is to
take charge of animals or articles on exhibition in
their respective classes.
14. All premiums will be paid as soon as possible after
the close of the fair. All checks void after 90 days
and will be forfeited to the Society.
15. Horses and cattle entered on the Society’s books
must be exhibited at the proper time and in proper
form or be required to pay one dollar for each day
for use of stalls.
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16. Entries can be made by letters addressed to the
Secretary, stating full particulars as to the animal
or article to be exhibited; but in all cases the
money must accompany the entry.
17. Application for space for exhibit or articles not
competing for premiums should be made as soon
as practicable to the Secretary.
18. Exhibitors of stock will be required to keep their
stalls open and in good order, and their stock
accessible to visitors at all reasonable hours
during the Fair.
19. No person except the officers of the Society shall
see or be informed of the number or kind of entries
made.
20. If there are not funds sufficient to pay all premiums
allowed after payment of other expenses,
including rent and purses in the speed ring, they
shall be paid pro rate.
21. No gambling, games of chance, immoral exhibitions or intoxicated persons will be allowed on the
grounds. No persons will be allowed to sell
intoxicating drinks on the grounds.
22. There will be no admittance to the grounds inside the
driving track except through the grandstand, and to
persons having grandstand tickets. All persons
entering inside grounds are not allowed to use loud,
profane or vulgar language, and are forbidden to
crowd about or enter the judge’s stand, or in any way
interfere with persons charged with any duty
pertaining to the track, grounds or race.
23. No advertising will be allowed on the grounds that
will in any way interfere with the privileges sold by
the Board.
24. Premium Cards have no value as to the payment
of the premiums as premiums are paid only by
records of the Judge’s books and from which there
shall be no appeal.
25. $50.00 of the Secretary’s salary is not to be paid
until the Secretary makes his report to the Ohio
Fair Managers Association and it is approved by
our local Board.
26. The Secretary and Treasurer are to give bond
approved by local Fair Board, $1,000.00 each.
27. NO DOGS will be allowed on the Fair Grounds
during the Fair, except Seeing Eye Dogs and 4-H
Dog Projects that may be showing for competition.
28. NO BICYCLES, SKATEBOARDS, ROLLER
SKATES, OR ROLLER BLADES will be allowed on
the Fair Grounds during the Fair.
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 2015
CLOSING OF ENTRIES
All non livestock exhibits (except cut flowers and
perishable goods) must be on the grounds by
Saturday, July 11, 2015 opening of the fair, with entry
cards attached and will be under the control of the
respective department superintendents in charge until
the close of the fair.
Special attention is called to persons
contemplating making exhibits that the Secretary,
starting June 22, 2015, be at the office (8:00 A.M. 4:00 PM.) so as to enable those desirous of making
entries to have plenty of time to prepare same and get
their entries made and tags for same before the rush
which is bound to come the last days prior to the
opening. Help the Secretary and the Board and
yourself by making entries as early as possible.
This year remember: PoSiTiVELY No ENTRiES
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2015, preceding the Fair.
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SPECIAL NOTE
In the event that the receipts for the Fair, 2015,
from all sources are not sufficient to pay all expenses
and premiums, the Board of Directors finds it
necessary to pay all premiums pro-rate. All premium
checks will be mailed out as soon as possible after the
Fair. Livestock exhibits must remain in position
according to Junior Fair Guidelines.
The exhibition will begin at 9:00 AM. each day and
continue until the program of the day is completed.
Until the awards are made, marks of identification of
the owner will not be allowed.
The Clinton County Agricultural Society will take
every precaution to avoid accidents, but in no case will
the said Society be responsible for any injury to any
visitor or exhibitor or any person while on the grounds
of the Wilmington Fair Company, during the Fair, or in
any building or in the grandstand, or be responsible for
any injury or damage or loss of property to any
exhibitor while on the grounds.
Protest must be made in writing signed by
parties making protest and filed within one hour
following judge’s final decision, accompanied by a
fee of $100.00 which will be retained by the
C.C.A.S., if protest is not sustained.
The protest and monies will be given to the
department chairman. At this time the protest and
money becomes the property of the C.C.A.S. Every
effort will be made to resolve the protest within
24 hours.
Any premiums, trophies, awards and/or sale
money earned by the protester and protestee will
be held by the C.C.A.S. until the protest is resolved.
if the protest is upheld, all premiums, trophies,
awards and/or sale money of the guilty party will
become property of C.C.A.S.
in the decision of a case being brought before
the C.C.A.S. all parties involved will be notified of a
hearing date with all parties having the right to
present their case when satisfactory evidence has
been obtained by the C.C.A.S. that any department
rules and regulations have been violated by the
exhibitors and/or their families may be barred from
exhibiting at the Clinton County Fair for a minimum
of 3 years.
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Failures by the parties involved to comply with
any request by the C.C.A.S. and/or Fair
veterinarian in references to drug testing and/or
protest investigation shall constitute grounds for
immediate disqualification for the current year and
barred from showing the next year. All premiums,
trophies and awards will be forfeited and become
the property of the C.C.A.S.
No return checks given during Fair.
Exhibitors are required to have their animals and
articles entered on the books at Secretary’s office. On
the entry of the same, cards will be furnished with the
number and the class as entered at the office which
are to be placed on the animals or articles exhibited.
The secretary shall not allow anyone to examine
his books, nor shall he give information as to the
number of entries in any class.
No person shall be allowed to show outside the
fairgrounds within the distance prescribed by law, any
curiosity for pay or set up for profit, any swing, gambling or refreshment stand, without permit, under
penalty of law.
Premiums paid only on order of the Secretary.
The members in charge of each department will
give proper notice of time and place where each class
will be exhibited for the awarding of premiums, all
livestock not present at time and place designated
shall forfeit all rights.
A blue ribbon or card denotes first premium; red,
second premium; white, third premium; yellow, fourth
premium; green, fifth premium; royal purple, sweepstakes. Exhibitors must see to the delivery of their
articles to the member In charge of the appropriate
department, and to the placing of them in position
under his direction, and must claim them promptly at
the appointed time at the close of the Fair.
Entry blanks, properly ruled for entries, will be
found in the last part of this premium list. Additional
blanks will be furnished on application. Send for
blanks and make your entries early.
In case of the General Rules conflicting with Rules
and Regulations of any Department under which an
animal or article Is exhibited, the said Department
Rules will take precedence as regards said exhibit.
Should any point be covered in the General Rules and
not by the Department Rules, or vice versa, the same
shall be considered as appearing in both.
No Fair has given more attention to the
development of agriculture and stock raising. The
premiums to the boys and girls for club work have
been increased to a marked degree. The Board is not
satisfied with merely sitting still and allowing the Fair
to get into a rut. They want it to be the biggest fair in
Southern Ohio in time, and they want it at the same
time, to be an exposition of greatest usefulness to the
people of Clinton County.
Not only have liberal premiums been awarded in
each department but also the Fair has had the best
and most earnest cooperation of all people of the
county. Everything possible has been done to interest
the young folks on the farm in Clinton County and as
a result it is felt that the Fairs already given have given
valuable aid to the agricultural interests of the
county and agriculture is the basis of all wealth
and prosperity.
In the conduct of the Fair and policy of the board
and the various officials have been to be liberal and
fair with the exhibitors and the horse race people -to
send them away glad that they came to Wilmington
Fair, and with a feeling that they can boost the fair with
honesty and cheerfulness.
In the conduct of the Speed Ring it has been the
fixed purpose to make it possible to earn a good profit
by furnishing entertainment for the big crowds who
attend the Clinton County Fair. This fair was the first in
his section of the State to make a very light entrance
fee and return it all to the purse and at the same time
no deduction being made for money winners. The
gratitude of horsemen has been outspoken.
No person shall be permitted to make solicitations
of any nature on the fairgrounds except in contracted
concession or commercial rented spaces.
SANITARY REQUIREMENTS
I.
Concessions handling, preparing, or serving
foods, drinks, or confectionery items on the
fairgrounds shall comply with all rules and
regulations 3732.01- 3732.09 Ohio Revised Code
and/or rules and regulations of the Food
Establishment program of the Clinton County
General Health District.
a. Garbage and other waste matter shall be kept
in tight containers securely covered and
removed daily, or more often if necessary.
b. All food, drinks, or confectionery shall be
securely protected from flies, dust, dirt and
other contamination while being prepared,
served or stored.
c. Milk, chocolate milk, bottled soft drinks shall
be served in the original container. Drinks in
milk bottles with paper caps shall not be stored
in water. If stored in an icebox, racks shall be
provided so as to keep the bottles entirely out
of any water from melting ice.
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STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY
8995 E. Main Street Reynoldsburg, Ohio 43068
NEW 1991 oHio EXHiBiTioN RULES
901:1-18-01 Chapters Application
(A) Animals listed in this chapter when moved or
imported into Ohio for exhibition purposes only
shall comply with the requirements of this chapter
and when in compliance with the provisions of this
chapter shall, with the exception of rules governing
movement and importation of quarantined animals,
be exempt from any other rules governing
movement within or importation into Ohio.
(B) Animals moved within or imported into Ohio for any
purpose in addition to exhibition shall meet all
movement and import requirements of Chapter
901:1-17 of the Administrative Code.
901:1-18-02 Definitions as Used in this chapter:
(A) “Exhibition” means any public show of animals
which is sponsored by or under the control of an
Ohio county or independent agricultural society
organized under Chapter 1711 of the Revised
Code; or the Ohio State Fair.
(B) “Certificate of Veterinary Inspection” means a form
from the state of origin, which has been Issued and
completed by a licensed accredited veterinarian
attesting to the health status and identification of
an animal listed thereon.
(C) “Approved Veterinarian” means any licensed
veterinarian approved by the Ohio Department of
Agriculture, or an employee of the Ohio
Department of Agriculture or the United States
Department of Agriculture, animal and plant health
inspection service, veterinary services.
(D) “Licensed and Accredited Veterinarian” means a
person who is licensed by the State of Ohio to
practice veterinary medicine and who is certified
by the United States Department of Agriculture,
Agricultural Research Service, to be an Accredited
Veterinarian.
901:1-18-03 Exhibitions: Sanitation, inspection and
Records
(A) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall have in
attendance an approved veterinarian for the
duration of the exhibit.
(B) Each entity sponsoring an exhibition shall:
(1) Immediately, prior to an exhibition and under
the direction of the approved veterinarian,
thoroughly clean and disinfect each building,
pen, stall, ring or other enclosure in which
animals are to be quartered for exhibition.
(2) Have the approved veterinarian:
(a) Examine the certificate of veterinary
inspection of each animal brought to the
exhibition.
(b) Inspect within a reasonable time of arrival
each animal brought to the exhibit for
symptoms of any contagious or
infectious disease.
(c) Daily inspect each animal present at the
exhibition for symptoms of contagious or
infectious disease.
(3) Maintain a record for one year from the date of
the exhibition of each animal present at the
exhibit. The record shall contain the name and
address of the owner of each animal and the
species and breed of the animal.
(4) May order the immediate removal of any
animal, which in the opinion of the approved
veterinarian places other animals at
unacceptable risk of disease.
(C) An exemption from the requirements of paragraph
(8)(l) of this rule may be requested from the
department and will be granted when, in the
judgment of the department, cleaning and
disinfection will serve no purpose. By way of
example only, cleaning and disinfection will
generally serve no purpose in a newly constructed
building that has never been occupied.
901:1-18-04 Exhibitors
(A) No person shall present for exhibition or exhibit an
animal, which he knows, or has reason to suspect
is affected with or has been exposed to a
dangerously contagious or infectious disease.
(B) The owner or bailee of an animal with symptoms of
an infectious or contagious disease shall, when
directed by an exhibition official, the approved
veterinarian, or an employee of the Ohio
Department of Agriculture, immediately remove the
animal from the exhibition premises.
(C) Upon request, each person who presents for
exhibition or exhibits an animal shall make
available any certificate of veterinary inspection,
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registration certificates, vaccination certificate, and
other documents to exhibition officials, the
approved veterinarian or an employee of the Ohio
Department of Agriculture.
(D) Each person who presents or exhibits an animal for
which a certificate of veterinary inspection is required
by rules 901:1-18-01 to 901:1-18-11 of the
Administrative Code shall forward a copy of the
certificate of veterinary inspection to the Ohio
Department of Agriculture’s division of animal industry.
901:1-18-05 Poultry and Fowl
(A) All turkeys, chickens, and gamebirds moved within or imported into Ohio for exhibition must:
(1) Originate directly from a flock or hatchery
which is a participant in the national poultry
involvement plan for the eradication of disease
and be accompanied by documentary
evidence that they meet the requirement of this
paragraph; or
(2) Originate directly from a flock which has had
negative test for pullorum/fowl typhoid
disease within twelve months proceeding the
opening date of exhibition and be accompanied by documentary evidence that they meet
the requirement of this paragraph; or
(3) Have had a negative test for pullorum/fowl
typhoid disease within ninety days preceding
the opening date of the exhibition and be
accompanied by documentary evidence that
they meet the requirement of this paragraph; or
(4) Be tested for pullorum/fowl typhoid disease
upon arrival at the exhibition by a tester
approved by the Ohio Department of
Agriculture and found negative.
(B) The rapid whole blood test shall not be used to
test turkeys for compliance with the requirements
of paragraph (A)(2). (A)(3) and (A)(4) of this rule.
(C) Waterfowl, doves and pigeons are exempt from
this rule.
901:1-18-08 Cattle
(A) All the cattle moved within Ohio for exhibition
must be accompanied by a certificate of
veterinary inspection issued within ninety days
proceeding the opening date of the exhibition
except steers in a market fat cattle class which
are exempt from the requirements of this
paragraph.
(B) All cattle imported into Ohio for exhibition must:
(1) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary
inspection issued within ninety days preceding
the opening date of the exhibition; and
(2)
Unless from a tuberculosis-accredited herd, a
tuberculosis free state or under six months of
age, be negative to a caudal fold tuberculosis
test administered by a licensed accredited
veterinarian within ninety days preceding the
opening date of the exhibition; and
(3) If from a brucellosis class A state or area
must be negative to an official brucellosis
test within thirty days of the opening date of
the exhibition unless: they are under six
months of age, steers or official vaccinates
under twenty months of age (dairy) or
twenty-four months of age (beef); and
(4) If from a brucellosis class B or C state or area
must meet all requirements for pre-entry
testing as specified in 9 CFR 78.9 and obtain
an Ohio permit to movement.
(C) Cattle from brucellosis certified free herd or class
free state are not required to be brucellosis tested.
901:1-18-07 Goats
(A) Goats moved within Ohio for exhibition: the
animal presented for exhibition must show no
evidence of caseous lymphadenitis (superficial
abscesses), contagious ecthyma (sore mouth), or
foot rot.
(B) Goats imported into Ohio for exhibition:
(1) Must have a certificate of veterinary
inspection issued within ninety days
preceding the exhibition opening date; and
(2) The animal presented for exhibition must
show no evidence of caseous lymphadenitis
(superficial abscesses), contagious ecthyma
(sore mouth), or foot rot.
901:1-18-06 Horses, Mules and Ponies
(A) Horses, mules and ponies moved within Ohio for
exhibition:
(1) If not under quarantine and if they are free of
any signs of a contagious or infectious
disease; and
(2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older,
the exhibition manager may require that the
animal have been tested and classed
negative to an official test for equine
infectious anemia within twelve months of
the closing date of the exhibition.
(B) Horses, mules and ponies imported into Ohio for
exhibition:
(1) Shall be accompanied by an official certificate
of veterinary inspection issued within thirty
days of the opening date of the exhibition; and
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(2) If the animal is twelve months of age or older, it
shall be accompanied by evidence the animal
was negative to an official test for equine
infectious anemia within six months of the
opening date of the exhibition; and
(3) Upon request by an authorized representative of the Ohio Department of Agriculture,
the person responsible for each animal must
make available a chronological list of dates,
places and events attended by this animal
within thirty days prior to entry into Ohio.
901:1-18-09 Sheep
(A) Sheep moved within Ohio for exhibition: the
animal presented for exhibition must show no
evidence of contagious ecthyma (sore mouth),
foot rot, or scabies.
(B) Sheep imported into Ohio for exhibition:
(1) Must have a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within ninety days preceding the
exhibition opening date; and
(2) The animal presented for exhibition must
show no evidence of contagious ecthyma
(sore mouth), foot rot, or scabies.
901: 1-18-10 Swine
(A) Swine moved within Ohio for Exhibition:
(1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of
veterinary inspection issued within forty-five
days preceding
(2) Must be negative to an official pseudorabies
test within forty-five days of the exhibition
opening date unless:
(a) They originate immediately and directly
from a pseudorabies qualified herd; or
(b) Are suckling pigs accompanying a
negative dam; or
(c) They originate from a county which sixty
days prior to the exhibition opening date
had no pseudorabies quarantined herds
and are entered in a terminal show
exhibition where there are no breeding
swine present and all swine removed are
delivered for immediate slaughter; or
(d) Are exempted by a written permit issued
by the department.
(e) Notwithstanding any other provisions of
these rules, the manager or sponsor of
the exhibition may, prior to permitting
the exhibition of any porcine animal,
ascertain that the animal has been
tested and classed “negative” to an
official test for pseudorabies within
forty-five days immediately preceding
the closing date of the exhibition.
(B) Swine imported into Ohio for exhibition:
(1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary inspection issued within thirty days
preceding the opening date of the exhibition; and
(2) Be negative to an official pseudorabies test
with in thirty days of the exhibition opening
date unless:
(a) They originate immediately and directly
from a pseudorabies qualified herd and
have not been previously exhibited this
show season; or
(b) Are exempted by a written permit issued
by the department.
(C) Swine moved within or imported into Ohio for
racing shall:
(1) Be separated at all times from any other
swine on the exhibition grounds by the
greatest distance reasonably possible; and
(2) Be accompanied by a certificate of veterinary
inspection issued within thirty days preceding
the opening date of the exhibition; and
(3) Be negative to an official pseudorables test
within thirty days of the exhibition opening
date unless:
(a) They originate immediately and directly
from a pseudorabies qualified herd and
have not been previously exhibited this
show season;
(b) Are exempt by written permit issued by
the department.
(4) Be exempt from the immediate slaughter
requirement of paragraph (A)(2)(c) of this rule.
901:1-18-11 Llama
(A) Llama moved within Ohio for exhibition when
presented for exhibition must show no evidence
of contagious or infectious disease.
(B) Llama imported into Ohio for exhibition:
(1) Must be accompanied by a certificate of
veterinary inspection issued within ninety
days preceding the exhibition opening date.
(2) When presented for exhibition must show no
evidence of contagious or infectious disease.
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RULES REGARDING LIVESTOCK
TAMPERING AT COUNTY FAIRS
Chapter: 901-19 (Ohio Livestock Tampering Exhibition
Rules) Rules will be made available to a livestock
exhibitor or adult advisor upon request from the State
of Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Robert Gano, DVM
Wilmington, ohio
Each county and Independent agricultural society shall
have at their annual fair or at any other exhibition
sponsored by or under the control of the agricultural
society, an official veterinarian who has been approved
by the Division of Animal Industry of the Department of
Agriculture of Ohio. Before appointing an official
veterinarian, the agricultural society shall submit to the
Director of Agriculture, for his approval, the name and
address of the veterinarian recommended for
appointment. When the appointment has been
approved by the State Director of Agriculture, the
agriculture society shall certify his appointment to the
Director of Agriculture not less than ten days before the
opening day of the Fair. It shall be the responsibility of
the agricultural society, through the official veterinarian
appointed by them, to enforce the laws of Ohio and the
regulations and rules of the Division of Animal Industry of
the Department of Agriculture of Ohio which pertains to
livestock exhibited at the county and Independent fairs.
The official veterinarian shall enforce those laws, rules
and regulations according to the recommendations of
the Division of Animal Industry and the Department of
Agriculture of Ohio. He shall inspect the livestock entries
and necessary health certificates for evidence of
infectious disease and shall carry out the recommendations of Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture
of Ohio to protect the health of the livestock exhibited at
the fair. He shall report to the Chief of the Division of
Animal Industry of the Department of Agriculture of Ohio
any refusal or failure on the part of an exhibitor or fair
management to observe or comply with the laws, rules,
and regulations governing the official report as may be
required by the Chief of the Division of Animal Industry
of the Department of Agriculture of Ohio.
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DEPARTMENT 4 - CAMPING
FEES AND RULES
Members: Tom Thatcher (Chair), Todd Sams, Josh Nickell
*A running list is available for camp sites at the fair
office
8. No sewage or wastewater may be discharged on
the lot in the trailer parking area.
Each campsite will include one reserved carparking permit in a designated area. Car parking
will be assigned as requests are received.
9. Lot size is approximately 18 ft. by 30 ft. Any
campers over 31 ft. needs written permission. No
vehicle parking allowed with camper.
CAMPER FEES:
Electric and water (one reserved car permit included)
$ 175.00
10. Any alcohol outside of camper or minors found
using drugs or alcohol may result in loss of
camping privilages.
Lot (no electric or water) in designated area (one car
permit included) $ 100.00
11. The Campground Management of the Fair Board
will rule on any question not specifically covered
in the rules. The Clinton County Agricultural
Society reserves the right to cancel a lot contract
at any time or reserves the right to reject any
application for camping, and will not be held
responsible for accidents of any sort.
1. To reserve last year’s space, fill out a camping
permit application and return with a check by
March 10, 2016. THE LOT WILL BE SOLD IF NO
RESPONSE IS RECEIVED BY March 10, 2016. A
self-addressed, stamped envelope must
accompany the above two items. Please remit to:
Camping Permit Application
Clinton County Agricultural Society
P.O. Box 29
Wilmington, Ohio 45177
2. All occupants of campers must have a season pass,
membership pass, 4-H pass, or exhibitor’s pass.
3. Campers may not park until 12:00 P.M. on Friday,
July 3, 2015. Electric will be turned on Thursday,
July 9, 2015 and turned off at noon, Sunday, July
19, 2015. Lot # stake will be located in the center
of your lot. Anyone using electric prior to
Thursday, July 9th will pay $25 per day. No
campers can leave until Sunday July 19, 2015.
4. You, as a camper, are liable for any damage to
electrical or water outlets at your campsite.
5. A 30 amp (camper plug) service will be provided
for each hookup. Use 10 gauge grounded wire for
hook up.
6. All campsites must be occupied by at least one
adult and quiet time will begin at 12:00 A.M. till
6:00 A.M.
7. All camping permits must be visibly displayed in a
window of the camper adjacent to the door.
12. Only one camper or sleeping arrangement is
allowed per campsite.
Any questions maybe directed to:
937-382-4443.
RUDDUCK LAW OFFICE
Brett Rudduck
Attorney at Law
PO BOX 806
Wilmington, OH 45177
(937) 725-1262
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DEPARTMENT 5
PRIVILEGES & ATTRACTIONS
Members: Greta Gray (Chair), Scot Gerber, John Fankhauser
TUESDAY July 14, 2015
TUESDAY July 14, 2015
Ride tickets are $5.00 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Purchased at Amusement Ticket Office
All games – 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Win a prize every time you play.
Kids Day (16 and under)
Game Day
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DEPARTMENT 6
FARM PRODUCE
Members: Vickie Wagner (Chair), Todd Sams, Kevin Bogan
Judging will be 1:00 PM,
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
All exhibits must be in place by 12:00 noon Tuesday,
July 14, 2015 and remain in place until 4:00 PM
Saturday, July 18, 2015, or forfeit premiums.
Entries close Friday, July 3, 2015
at 4:00 PM.
All exhibitors must purchase a season pass or
membership ticket. A fee of $.25 per entry will also be
charged.
No more than 2 entries will be permitted by any one
exhibitor in any one class except where otherwise
stated.
Class 14
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
Long seasons, Logan, Rular, Titan
$3.00
Baled hay, clover, 2 slices
$1.00
Baled hay, alfalfa, 2 slices
$1.00
Regular season soybeans, Quart in glass $1.00
Long season soybeans, Quart in glass $1.00
Any other named new seed soybeans, $1.00
Quart
Class 21 Rye, Quart in glass
$1.00
Class 22 Oats, Quart in glass
$1.00
Class 23 Barley, Quart in glass
$1.00
Class 24 Timothy seed, Quart in glass
$1.00
Class 25 Red clover seed, Quart in glass
$1.00
Class 26 Display of at least three of the above
classes as a separate display. 50%
display – 50% quality (If you enter this
class and another class, you will need
2 samples.)
$6.00
Champion display, 10 ears of corn to be determined
from all 10 ear entries in above class.
Classes with large numbers of entries will be broken
into smaller classes to provide more premiums.
Exhibit will be closed to exhibitors and spectators
during judging.
DIVISION 1: GRAIN
FARM GRAIN & CROPS SWEEPSTAKES
Classes 01 – 26 inclusive: Trophy
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Best 3 stalks of new corn
Tallest one stalk of new corn
Early hybrid corn, 10 ears, old
Medium hybrid corn, 10 ears, old
Late hybrid corn, 10 ears, old
Open pollinated corn, 10 ears, old
Any variety corn, 20 ears, old
Any variety corn, 40 ears, old
Any variety corn, 10 ears, new
Best one ear, old corn
Longest ear, old corn
Longest ear, new corn
Regular season wheat, Quart in glass
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$5.00
$5.00
$3.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.00
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$2.50
$2.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$2.00
$2.00
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$4.00
$3.00
Rosette
DIVISION 2: VEGETABLES
VEGETABLE SWEEPSTAKES
Classes 01 – 47 inclusive: Trophy
The exhibitor should plan to provide all display plates
and materials.
All grain and seeds to be grown in 2015 except those
which mature and are harvested before the Fair in
2015.
$2.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
Class 21
Class 22
Class 23
Class 24
Beans, green bunch, in pod
Beans, yellow bunch, in pod
Beans, lima, in pod
Beans, pole, in pod
Beets, table, plate of 6
Broccoli, 2 heads
Swiss Chard, best bunch
Cabbage, 2 heads
Cabbage, largest one head in diameter
Carrots, plate of 6
Cauliflower, 2 heads
Sweet Corn, yellow, 6 ears, partly husked
Sweet Corn, white, 6 ears, partly husked
Sweet Corn, yellow/white, 6 ears,
partly husked
Cucumber, plate of 6, burpless
Cucumber, any other variety, plate of 6
Muskmelon, largest in diameter
Onion, yellow or red, plate of 6
Red onion, plate of 6
Onion, white, plate of 6
Parsnips, plate of 6
Mangoes, plate of 6
Pepper, hot, plate of 6
Peppers, pimentos, plate of 6
$1.00
$1.00
$3.00
$1.00
$3.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$0.75
$0.75
$2.50
$0.75
$2.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.50
$0.50
$2.00
$0.50
$2.00
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$1.00
$3.00
$3.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$3.00
$1.00
$1.00
$0.75
$2.50
$2.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$2.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.50
$2.00
$2.00
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$2.00
$0.50
$0.50
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Class 25 Popcorn, 6 ears
$1.00
Class 26 Potatoes, any variety, red, plate of 6
$3.00
Class 27 Potatoes, any named variety, white,
plate of 6
$3.00
Class 28 Potatoes, sweet, plate of 6
$1.00
Class 29 Pumpkins, 3 specimens
$1.00
Class 30 Pumpkin, largest in diameter
$1.00
Class 31 Radish, plate of 6
$1.00
Class 32 Rhubarb, 6 stalks
$1.00
$1.00
Class 33 Kohlrabi, plate of 6
Class 34 Squash, 3 specimens
$1.00
Class 35 Crooked Neck Cushaw, 3 specimens
$1.00
Class 36 Sunflower, one head, largest diameter $1.00
Class 37 Sunflower, tallest plant
$1.00
Class 38 Tomatoes, marglobes or hunts variety,
plate of 6
$3.00
Class 39 Tomatoes, cherry, plate of 6
$3.00
Class 40 Tomatoes, any other named variety,
plate of 6
$3.00
Class 41 Tomatoes, yellow variety, plate of 6
$3.00
Class 42 Tomato, largest diameter
$1.00
Class 43 Turnips, plate of 6
$1.00
Class 44 Zucchini, plate of 6
$1.00
Class 45 Watermelon, heaviest
$1.00
Class 46 General Garden Display, To be set on
your own card table. Display may
include flowers, vegetables, and
fruits. Will be judged 1/3 on
number of different items, 1/3
on quality of items, 1/3 on artistic
arrangement
$10.00
Class 47 Mixed Vegetable Display, Must contain
at least 10 different vegetables
displayed in a decorated basket.
Each exhibitor will need to furnish
their own basket. Judging will be
based 1/3 on artistic arrangement,
1/3 on quality of vegetables, and
1/3 on number of different
vegetables.
$5.00
$0.75
$2.50
$0.50
$2.00
$2.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$.075
$0.75
$2.00
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$0.75
$2.00
$2.00
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
$0.50
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Best plate of peaches
Best plate of grapes
Best plate of pears
Best plate of plums
Best plate of quinces
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$1.00
$1.00
$0.75
$0.75
$0.50
$0.50
$3.00
$2.00
$1.00
DIVISION 4: GOURDS
Class 01 Longest gourd grown in 2004
Class 02 Heaviest gourd by weight, new
Class 03 Best Display, 6 or more different
varieties arranged in tray, bowl,
or basket
DIVISION 5: HONEY
1.
2.
3.
4.
All apiary products must be produced by the
exhibitor in his/her own apiary.
Honey must be displayed in 1-lb. glass jars with
no labels.
Honey to be judged on quality, cleanliness, and
aroma.
Exhibitor is limited to 2 entries in each class.
Section 1: Extracted Honey
$8.00
$6.00
Class 01 Light, includes white and light amber
Class 02 Amber
Class 03 Dark
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
Section 2: Cut Comb Honey (in clear plastic containers)
Class 01 Two Cakes, approximately 4” x 4”
$4.00
$3.00
$2.00
$1.00
$3.00
DIVISION 3: FRUIT
FRUIT SWEEPSTAKES
Classes 01 - 06 inclusive: Rosette
Award will be based on highest score per exhibitor
with 3 points given for all first place premiums, 2
points for second premiums, and one point for third
premiums.
A display may consist of as many varieties as the
exhibitor may desire to show with limit of one plate of
each variety, and limit of two awards per class per
exhibitor. Each variety must be properly labeled.
Number of specimens per exhibit should be
determined by variety and size.
Class 01 Best plate of apples
$3.00
$2.50
$2.00
Good Luck at the Fair!
Wilmington Office
1243 Rombach Avenue U Wilmington, OH 45177
(937) 383-4500
www.LCNB.com
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DEPARTMENT 7
BAKED GOODS, CANNED GOODS,
HANDCRAFTS, NEEDLECRAFTS
Members: Kevin Bogan (Chair), Sherri Keller, Greta Gray
Committee Members: Barbara Davis, Ruth Curtis, Debbie Pratt, and Thelma Ledford
Please Read Before Making Entries
Entries Close on Friday, July 3, 2015 at 4:00 PM
Youth Divisions! Please follow all Department 7 Adult
Divisions and Sections guidelines. Also, follow the Adult
Division and Sections for accepted items.
All first and second placed Baked Good Entries are
required to be donated to the Baked Goods Auction.
Needlecraft, Handcraft, and Canned Good entries will
be accepted starting at 8:00 AM on Saturday morning,
July 11, 2015, and must be in place by Saturday, July
11, 2015 at 12:00 PM Noon.
Judging for Needlecrafts and Handcrafts will be Monday,
July 13, 2015 at 10:00 AM. Judging will be open, but all
questions should be asked at the end of the judging basis
judges availability.
Baked Good entries will be accepted starting at 8:00am
on Tuesday morning, July 14, 2015, and must be in place
by Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 9:30 AM.
Judging for Baked Goods and Canned Goods will be
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 10:00 AM. Judging will be open,
but all questions should be asked at the end of the
judging basis judges availability.
The Baked Goods Auction is on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at
5:00 PM. Bakers including youth division exhibitors who
donate their baked goods to be auctioned will receive
50% of the sale proceeds of their baked good. Baked
Goods are defined as items in the Cake, Cookies, Yeast
Bread, Quick Bread, Sugar Free, and Pie Sections.
For the Baked Goods Auction, Cupcakes, Whoopies,
Cake Pops, Cookies and Brownies require a minimum of
12 on a disposable plate covered, and for Rolls a
minimum of 6 on a disposable plate covered.
All judging is not final until one hour after all items have
been judged.
All exhibitors must purchase a season pass or
membership ticket. Youth exhibitors must purchase a
season pass unless they possess a Junior Fair wristband.
An entry fee of $0.25 will also be charged per entry for
both Adult and Youth entries.
1.
You may enter as many classes as you would
like, but only ONE entry per exhibitor per class.
2. Don’t bring two things unless it says pair class.
3. No soiled or damaged articles will be
considered. Judge shall withhold premium of
entry if not worthy of an award.
4. It is best to show new items.
5. Enter an afghan in the class you do the most
work on.
6. An article shown for a total of 3 years,
consecutive or not, is no longer eligible to be
entered or shown at the Clinton County fair.
7. Sweepstakes winners cannot win more than two
years in a row. If so, second place winner will get
the award. Winners picked by point system. Two
points for first place premiums and one point for
second place premium.
8. Best of show winners cannot win more than two
years in a row. If so, second place winner will get
the award. It is the judge’s decision who wins a
trophy and ribbon.
9. Due to earlier fair dates, many fruits and
vegetables are not ready in time for canning to
be entered in this year’s fair. Therefore, items
canned during the 2014 season will be eligible to
be entered in the 2015 fair.
10. The Fair Committee is not responsible for lost or
damaged items, or picking up items late.
11. PiCK UP TiME iS 4:00 PM, Saturday July 18,
2015. No EXCEPTioNS oR EARLY RELEASES.
12. All items must be claimed by 5:30 PM. It helps
on PICK UP day to write the item name on the
back of the claim ticket.
DIVISION 1: NEEDLECRAFT – ADULT
SECTION 1 – SEWING – Adult
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
child sports, boy or girl up to 6 years old
child formal, boy or girl up to 6 years old
ladies dress
ladies suit, jacket, dress, or skirt
ladies jumper, homemade
vest, appliqué
vest, miscellaneous, no appliqué
stuffed animal or toy, 10" and under
stuffed animal or toy, 10" and over
hot pad or pot holders
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.25
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.25
$2.50
$2.00
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Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
Class 21
Class 22
Class 23
Class 24
angel, made from scratch
snowman, made from scratch
Santa Claus, made from scratch
holiday item under 12", not listed before
holiday item over 12", not listed before
tree skirt
table runner or place mats
Denim jacket
purse
Christmas stocking, appliqué
item made from yo-yo
aprons
tote bag
miscellaneous
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.25
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 2 – PILLOWS – ADULT
Class 01 crochet pillow
Class 02 patchwork pillow
Class 03 preprinted pattern design, with raised design,
animal, flower, etc.
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
SECTION 3 – CROCHET – ADULT
Enter afghan in the class you do most work on
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
Class 21
Class 22
Class 23
Class 24
front and/or back post design afghan
granny square afghan
mile-a-minute afghan
ripple afghan
shell design
rib design afghan
baby afghan, no youth size, size 44L x 36W
youth size afghan, no baby afghan
animal or toy specimen
homemade crochet hat under 6"
homemade crochet hat over 6"
crochet rag rug
holiday item, no Christmas
Christmas tree ornament
Christmas stocking
angel
doilies
neck scarf
hot pad or pot holder
tablecloth or bedspread
purse
miscellaneous afghan, not listed before
miscellaneous item not listed before
dish cloth
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
pattern afghan
child afghan
sweater
miscellaneous or other item not listed
scarf
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.25
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 4 – KNITTING – ADULT
$4.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
SECTION 5 – SWEATSHIRT – ADULT
Class 01 any sweatshirt design, any size, cross stitich,
tole painting, applique, etc.
$3.00
$2.50
SECTION 6 – MISCELLANEOUS – ADULT
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
Class 21
Class 22
pair pillowcases, no machine
crewel picture, hanger or wire on back
appliqué quilt
patchwork quilt
knotted quilt
infant or child quilt
dressed doll, using material
rag doll, made from scratch
album book cover
embroidery specimen, machine
embroidery specimen, handmade
appliqué shirt
patriotic item (under 10")
patriotic item (over 10")
Swedish Weave
miscellaneous quilt
fleece item
punch embroidery
appliqued vest
appliqued jacket
tatting
latch hook
$3.00
$3.50
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.50
$3.50
$4.00
$4.00
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.5o
$2.50
SECTION 7 – COUNTED CROSS STITCH – ADULT
Frame doesn’t count on size
All pictures must have wire, bracket, etc.,
No stand up frame, No plastic canvas.
Class 01 verse or poem, 10" or under
Class 02 verse or poem, 10" and over
Class 03 outdoor scene, building or animals, picture 12"
or under
Class 04 outdoor scene, building or animals, picture 12"
or over
Class 05 editorial picture, any word or language
Class 06 picture with beadery
Class 07 mini cross stitch
Class 08 frame, 6" or under
Class 09 holiday (framed)
Class 10 Christmas tree ornament
Class 11 pot pourri, no dish
Class 12 bookmark
Class 13 tea or hand towel
Class 14 miscellaneous
Class 15 still life
Class 16 holiday item (unframed)
Class 17 miscellaneous (unframed)
$3.50
$3.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.50
$2.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$2.50
$3.50
$2.25
$2.50
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
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DIVISION 3: BAKED GOODS – ADULT
SECTION 8 – PLASTIC CANVAS – ADULT
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Christmas item, 8" or under
Christmas item, 8" or over
holiday, no Christmas
refrigerator magnet, 6" or under
Christmas tree ornament
tissue box
item not listed before, under 10"
item not listed before, over 10"
$2.25
$2.50
$2.50
$2.25
$2.25
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
All decorated cakes must use dummy, including
decorated cakes and cupcakes. All others not for auction
may be picked up after sample piece has been judged.
No commercial mix. Pan size doesn’t count.
We prefer no glassware. If you bring glassware the
Fair Committee is not responsible for breakage or loss.
Container doesn’t count on judging, tea towel, napkin,
or breadbasket not required.
DIVISION 2: HANDCRAFTS – ADULT
SECTION 1 – HANDCRAFT – ADULT
No pedestal or plastic canvas
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
Class 21
Class 22
Class 23
Class 24
Class 25
Class 26
Class 27
magnetic novelty
handmade basket, using reed
handmade basket, miscellaneous fabric
swag, wire or hanger on back
cloth wreath, quilt pieces, wire or hanger on back
vine wreath, 8" or under, no wicker
vine wreath, 8" or over, no wicker
wicker wreath, no vine
miscellaneous wreath, not listed
crystal or beaded ornament
homemade necklace
homemade barrette
homemade dress pin
homemade bracelet
decorated foam ball, 6" or under
decorated gift wrap, baby or holiday (gift box)
decorated gift wrap, wedding or birthday (gift box)
ceramic stain
ceramic glazed
stationery (cards, etc.)
wood item - no furniture
wood item - (miscellaneous)
bird house (wood)
bird house (miscellaneous)
holiday item not listed before
Christmas item not listed before
scrap booking
$2.25
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.50
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.00
SECTION 1 – CAKE – ADULT
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
Class 18
Class 19
Class 20
decorated cake, not to be cut
chocolate cake
angel food cake
berry cake
cake using pumpkin or zucchini
bundt cake
carrot cake
coffee cake
cake not listed before, list name of it
upside down cake
pound cake
german chocolate
cake roll, pumpkin etc.
nut cake
spice cake
decorated cupcakes, plate of three, not to be cut
iced cupcakes, plate of three
filled cupcakes, plate of three
whoopie pies, plate of threet
cake pops, plate of three
$3.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 2 – COOKIES – ADULT
3 cookies on a 6" plate, using foam, paper or plastic.
No glassware, baskets, or containers.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
brownies, chocolate
cut out pressed cookies
chocolate chip cookies
peanut butter cookies
bar cookie, raisin etc.
macaroon cookies
snickerdoodle cookies
sugar cookies
cookies not listed before
brownie not listed before
lemon bars
oatmeal cookies
chocolate cookies
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
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DIVISION 4: CANNED GOODS – ADULT
SECTION 3 – YEAST BREAD – ADULT
Plate only, no basket or container.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
dinner or pan roll, 2 on a 6" plate
sweet roll, 2 on a 6" plate
whole wheat bread, just bring loaf
white bread, just bring loaf
bread machine, just bring loaf
pretzel, any type, follow quantities basis
other yeast breads
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
SECTION 4 – QUICK BREAD – ADULT
On paper or foam plate only.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
biscuits, 2 on a 6" plate
zucchini bread, just bring loaf
banana bread, just bring loaf
bread not listed before, list name of it, just
bring loaf
Class 05 muffins
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
SECTION 5 – SUGAR FREE – ADULT
You can use any type of substitute sweetener,
but you must name type of sweetener used in recipe.
List name on ticket.
Class 01 cookies, 3 on a 6" plate
Class 02 candy, 3 on a 6" plate
Class 03 cake
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 6 – PIES – ADULT
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
open face
two crust, cherry
two crust, apple
two crust, not listed before, list name of it
two crust, peach
lattice top
SECTION 7 – CANDY – ADULT
3 pieces on a foam or paper plate.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
chocolate fudge candy
peanut butter fudge candy
buckeyes
candy specimen, not listed before, list name of it
mini-treats / individual petite sweets
candy show works (decorated candy)
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
$2.25
SECTION 1 – ADULT
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
Class 17
peaches
applesauce
pears
green beans
carrots
beets
tomatoes
tomato juice
grape juice
jelly specimen
jam specimen
butter specimen, apple, tomato, etc
pickles
relish
salsa sauce
display of 4 pints of vegetables
display 4 pints of jelly glass mixture of jelly,
preserves, jam or butter
Class 18 preserve specimen
Class 19 vegetable soup
Class 20 kraut
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
DIVISION 5: NEEDLECRAFT – YOUTH
SECTION 1 – SEWING – YOUTH
Class 01 any sewing item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any sewing item, youth division, 9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 2 – PILLOWS – YOUTH
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
SECTION 8 – MISCELLANEOUS – ADULT
Use plastic bag.
Class 01 party mix
Class 02 dry noodles
Class 03 popcorn
Pint or Quart size. No freezer items, NO commercial.
Specimen class, please mark what it is. Due to earlier
fair date, items canned during the 2014 season will be
eligible to be entered in the 2015 Fair.
Class 01 any pillow item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any pillow item, youth division, 9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 3 – CROCHET – YOUTH
Class 01 any crochet item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any crochet item, youth division, 9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 4 – KNITTING – YOUTH
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
Class 01 any knitting item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any knitting item, youth division, 9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 5 – SWEATSHIRT – YOUTH
Class 01 any sweatshirt item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any sweatshirt item, youth division, 9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
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DIVISION 7: BAKED GOODS - YOUTH
SECTION 6 – MISCELLANEOUS – YOUTH
Class 01 any miscellaneous needlecraft item, youth division,
8 & under
$3.00
Class 02 any miscellaneous needlecraft item, youth division,
9 & older
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 7 – COUNTED CROSS STITCH – YOUTH
Class 01 any counted cross stitch item, youth division,
8 & under
Class 02 any counted cross stitch item, youth division,
9 & older
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
All decorated cakes must use dummy, including
decorated cakes and cupcakes. All others not for auction
may be picked up after sample piece has been judged.
No commercial mix. Pan size does not count. We prefer
no glassware. If you bring glassware, the Fair
Committee is not responsible for breakage or loss.
Container doesn't count on judging, tea towel, napkin,
or breadbasket not required.
SECTION 1 – CAKE – YOUTH
SECTION 8 – PLASTIC CANVAS – YOUTH
Class 01 any plastic canvas item, youth division,
8 & under
Class 02 any plastic canvas item, youth division,
9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
DIVISION 6: HANDCRAFTS – YOUTH
SECTION 1 – HANDCRAFT – YOUTH
Class 01 any handcraft item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any handcraft item, youth division, 9 & older
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
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Class 01 decorated cake, not to be cut, youth division,
8 & under
Class 02 decorated cake, not to be cut, youth division,
9 & over
Class 03 any cake, youth division, 8 & under
Class 04 any cake, youth division, 9 & over
Class 05 decorated cupcakes, plate of three, not to be
cut, youth division, 8 & under
Class 06 decorated cupcakes, plate of three, not to be
cut, youth division, 9 & over
Class 07 iced cupcakes, plate of three, youth division,
8 & under
Class 08 iced cupcakes, plate of three, youth division,
9 & over
Class 09 filled cupcakes, plate of three, youth division,
8 & under
Class 10 filled cupcakes, plate of three, youth division,
9 & over
Class 11 whoopie pies, plate of three, youth division,
8 & under
Class 12 whoopie pies, plate of three, youth division,
9 & over
Class 13 cake pops, plate of three, youth division,
8 & under
Class 14 cake pops, plate of three, youth division,
9 & over
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
$3.00
$2.50
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SECTION 2 – COOKIES – YOUTH
3 cookies on a 6" plate, using foam, paper or plastic.
No glassware, baskets, or containers.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
brownies, chocolate, youth division, 8 & under
brownies, chocolate, youth division, 9 & over
any cookies, youth division, 8 & under
any cookies, youth division, 9 & over
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.50
$2.O0
$2.O0
$2.O0
$2.O0
$2.50
$2.50
$2.O0
$2.O0
SECTION 4 – QUICK BREAD – YOUTH
On paper or foam plate only.
Class 01 any quick bread item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any quick bread item, youth division, 9 & over
$2.50
$2.50
Pint or Quart size. No freezer items, NO commercial.
Specimen class, please mark what it is. Due to earlier
fair date, items canned during the 2014 season will be
eligible to be entered in the 2015 Fair.
SECTION 1 – CANNED GOODS – YOUTH
Class 01 any canned item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any canned item, youth division, 9 & over
SECTION 3 – YEAST BREAD – YOUTH
Plate only, no basket or container.
Class 01 any yeast bread item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any yeast bread item, youth division, 9 & over
DIVISION 8: CANNED GOODS – YOUTH
$2.O0
$2.O0
$2.50
$2.50
Thank-you to the 2014 Department 7 Donors:
Needlecraft trophy by Steven's Art Design & Signs
Handcraft trophy by Shoppes at the Old Mill
Baking trophy by McCoy Catering
Canned Goods trophy by Ace Hardware
SECTION 5 – SUGAR FREE – YOUTH
You can use any type of substitute sweetener, but you
must name the type of sweetener used in the recipe.
List name on ticket.
Class 01 any sugar free item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any sugar item, youth division, 9 & over
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$3.00
$2.50
$2.50
SECTION 6 – PIES – YOUTH
Class 01 any pie item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any pie item, youth division, 9 & over
SECTION 7 – CANDY – YOUTH
3 pieces on a foam or paper plate.
Class 01 any candy item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any candy item, youth division, 9 & over
$2.25
$2.25
$2.O0
$2.O0
SECTION 8 – MISCELLANEOUS – YOUTH
Use Plastic Bag.
Class 01 any misc item, youth division, 8 & under
Class 02 any misc item, youth division, 9 & over
“Service Coast to Coast”
$2.25
$2.25
$2.O0
$2.O0
Providing Quality
Service and Repair
to Medical Markets
Nationwide.
Equipment Management Service and Repair, Inc.
270 Davids Drive Wilmington, OH 45177
Phone: 937.383.1052 Email: [email protected]
www.emsar.com
$2.00
$2.00
Shoppes at the Old Mill
316 E. Sugartree Street
Wilmington, OH 45177
937-655-8181
The Old Mill Antique Mall
Over 30 Dealers - Antiques - Collectibles
Home Again II
Country Gifts & Crafts - Wind Chimes
Candles - Greeting Cards - Home Decor
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DEPARTMENT 8
PHOTOGRAPHY
Members: Mike Hacker (Chair), Jeff Hartman, Claey Green
Committee Members:
David & Patti Shaw
937-987-9746
Earl & Jackie Schneder
937-987-2300
Shelly McGrew
937-393-9620
Rodney Hall
937-543-9992
*PHoToGRAPHY MoVED To EXPo HALL*
Entries close Friday, July 3, 2015 at 4:00 PM.
Division 3:
All exhibitors must purchase a season pass or
membership ticket with the exception of 4-H members
who are exhibiting 4-H project pictures. A fee of $0.25
per entry will also be charged.
Judging will be 1:30 PM, Sunday, July 12, 2015
beginning with color prints.
Entries must be delivered to Expo Hall on the fair
grounds on Thursday July 9, 2015 between 1:00 PM
and 6:00 PM. Exhibitor’s tag should include exhibitor’s
name. Photographs will be released at 4:00 PM,
Saturday, July 18, 2015. The committee will not be
responsible for pictures left after 6:00 PM.
1.
2.
3.
4.
The Committee will have the option of dividing
classes with over 15 entries into two sections with
equal awards.
All entries will be limited to two per exhibitor in
each class. The exception being in Divisions 1
which will be limited to one picture per exhibitor.
The exhibitor must expose all pictures. Pictures
are not eligible to be entered unless copied onto
photographic print paper.
Pictures may be entered in the following division:
Division 1:
Color prints. Images must be a
minimum 8"x9", maximum size is
11"x14", and be flat mounted on 16"x20"
white matte board to be hung vertically.
(20" the vertical side) No cut outs in
matte board. New: One image per class.
Division 2: Black and white prints. Images must
be a minimum of 8"x9", maximum size is
11"x14", and be flat mounted on
16"x20" white matte board to be hung
vertically. (20” the vertical side) No cut
outs in matte board.
Division
Division
Division
Division
Division
Division
Pictures framed, matted, and wired
ready to hang. The frame may not
exceed 24” on the long side and there
are no print size restrictions. It is open to
both color and black and white prints.
No PiCTURES WiLL BE HUNG THAT
ARE NoT WiRED AND READY To HANG.
4: Digitally Altered Prints. Color or B&W
Images must be a minimum of 8”x9”,
maximum size is 11"x14", and exhibited
the same as Division 1. The original print
must be displayed with the entry. All
pictures will be entered in class 07,
miscellaneous, and if entries warrant the
class will be divided.
5: Special category for 2015. One year
only, color or B&W. The subject will be
“Selfies” and be exhibited the same as
Division 1.
6: Color pictures of the 2014 Clinton
County Fair. Color or B&W prints. Any
subject matter and are to be exhibited
the same as Division 1. All entries to be
entered in class 07, miscellaneous. This
will be an ongoing class with current
year fair pictures being exhibited the
following year.
7: Clinton County Waterways. Color or
B&W photos of Clinton County’s water
resources. For example: streams, rivers,
lakes and ponds. The subject will be
exhibited the same Division 1.
8: Youth Division. Images must be a
minimum 8"x9" maximum size is 11"x14",
Color or B&W prints to be exhibited the
same as Division 1.
9: Clinton County Agriculture. Images
must be a minimum 8"x9" maximum size
is 11"x14", Color or B&W prints to be
exhibited the same as Division 1.
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5. Photographs that have placed 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or
4th in previous years are not eligible to compete in
the same division. i.e. You may enter a mounted
print from the framed divisions, or a framed
picture from the print divisions.
6. The judge at his discretion may award additional
honorable mention ribbons.
7. The Photography Department will not be
responsible for any damaged or lost pictures.
8. Pictures entered in the miscellaneous classes in
color and black and white prints or framed
pictures that will not fit in any other class. The
committee will have the option to move pictures
and to their appropriate class. If you already have
pictures in the class, the moved picture will be
marked ineligible for judging. If you have any
questions, contact a committee member.
9. Contrast and saturation, burning, dodging, color
balance, sharpening and small distraction
removal (power lines, signs etc…) in a photo will
be allowed in the divisions 1,2,3,5,6,7 and need
not be entered in division 4 Digitally Altered.
Best of black and white will receive $50 from the
Department 8 Photography Committee and
Department 8 Photography Committee. Reserve best
will receive $25 from Charles and Wanda Everman,
Sabina, OH.
DIVISION 1: COLOR PRINTS
DIVISION 4: DIGITALLY ALTERED
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
People, adults
People, children
Landscapes/Waterscape
Domestic animals
Wildlife
Still Life, encountered
Flowers
Structures
Miscellaneous
Night pictures w/existing light
Sunrises and Sunsets
Sports
Still Life, arranged
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
The best of color prints will receive $50 from Ed & Ann
Kuehn, Sabina, OH and Department 8 Photography
Committee Reserve best will receive $25 from Craig
and Cathy Beam, Sabina, OH.
DIVISION 3: FRAMED AND MATTED
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
People
Landscapes/Waterscapes
Animals, all species
Still Life, encountered or arranged
Flowers
Structures
Miscellaneous
Night pictures with existing light
Sunrises and Sunsets
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Best-framed and matted picture will receive $50 from
Department 8 Photography Committee and the
reserve best $25 from Department 8 Photography
Committee.
Class 01 Special Effects
(Filters, Digital Effects
Class 02 Computer Painted
Class 03 Multiple Images
(Collages)
Class 07 Miscellaneous (HDR)
$7.00
$7.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$7.00
$7.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
Best of digitally enhanced will receive $25 from The
Sabina Farmers Exchange, Sabina, OH.
DIVISION 5: SELFIES
Class 07 Miscellaneous
$7.00
$5.00
$4.00
$3.00
Best of class will receive $25 from Joe and Ruth
Saville.
DIVISION 2: BLACK AND WHITE
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
People
Outdoor scenes
Animals, all species
Still Life, encountered or arranged
Sport scenes
Structures
Miscellaneous
Night pictures with existing light
Flowers
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$7.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Good Luck
To All The
4-H Participants!
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DIVISION 6: 2014
CLINTON COUNTY FAIR
Class 07 Miscellaneous
$7.00
$5.00
$4.00
DIVISION 9:
CLINTON COUNTY AGRICULTURE
$3.00
Class 07 Miscellaneous
$7.00
$5.00
$4.00
$3.00
Best of Division 6 will receive $25 from Department 8
Photography Committee.
Best of Division will receive $50. Reserve best will
receive $25 from the Clinton County Farmers Union.
DIVISION 7:
CLINTON COUNTY WATERWAYS
$3.00
The overall best of all prints and framed pictures will
receive $50, from the Wilmington News Journal, as well
as $50 from Chip Donaldson Photography.
Best of Division 7 will receive $25 from Clinton Stream
Keepers.
The reserve best overall will receive $50 from the
Department 8 Photography Committee.
Class 07 Miscellaneous
$7.00
$5.00
$4.00
DIVISION 8:
YOUTH DIVISION
Class 01 Ages 12 and under
Class 02 Ages 13-18
Best of Division 8 will receive $50 from Earl Schneder
Equine Dentistry. Reserve Best will receive $25 from
Superior Flooring Wilmington, OH.
3353 Gallimore Rd.
Sabina, OH 45169
937-486-3101
2291415
Proud Sponsor of the Clinton County Fair
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DEPARTMENT 9
FINE ARTS
Members: Mike Hacker (Chair), Claey Green, Jeff Hartman
Committee Members: John Schum (728-8864)
*FiNE ARTS MoVED To EXPo HALL*
SECTION 2 – GRADES 3-5
Entries close Friday, July 3, 2015 at 4:00 PM.
Pictures must be brought in to Expo Hall ready to hang,
from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Wednesday, July 8, 2015.
New for 2015, judging will be closed. Placings will be
posted by 2:00 PM on Monday, July 13, 2015.
All fine arts articles will be released on Saturday, July
18, 2015 at 4:00 PM. NO exceptions or early releases.
Not responsible for articles left after 6:00 PM on
Saturday July 18, 2015.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Each adult and student exhibitors, except 4-H
members, must purchase a season pass or
membership ticket. An fee of $0.50 will also be
charged for each entry.
All exhibitors must have their ticket stub to claim
articles.
Pictures will not be accepted unless FRAMED
AND SECURELY WIRED, ready to hang.
All work must be the original work of the
exhibitor.
Any work not deemed suitable for hanging will
be eliminated by the committee.
Entries will be limited to two only in each class.
Previous entries for the Fine Art Division of the
Clinton County Fair are prohibited.
Pictures may not show in both County and Open
classes.
No nudes.
No prints accepted.
All monies and ribbons will be awarded.
Entries in the Division 1: Student, will be limited
to 3 entries in each class.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Oil Paints
Water Colors
Pastels
Drawing – pen, pencil, and charcoal
Acrylics
Miscellaneous – Open
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
SECTION 3 – GRADES 6-8
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Oil Paints
Water Colors
Pastels
Drawing – pen, pencil, and charcoal
Acrylics
Miscellaneous – Open
Anime
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
DIVISION 2: STUDENT
GRADES 9 through 12
SECTION 1 – OIL PAINTS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Floral
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
SECTION 2 – WATER COLORS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Floral
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
SECTION 3 – PASTELS
DIVISION 1: STUDENT
SECTION 1 – GRADES K-2
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Oil Paints
Water Colors
Pastels
Drawing – pen, pencil, and charcoal
Acrylics
Miscellaneous – Open
Anime
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Floral
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
SECTION 4 – DRAWING – PEN, PENCIL, CHARCOAL
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Floral
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
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SECTION 5 – MISCELLANEOUS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Mixed Media
3-Dimensional Work
Miscellaneous
Anime
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
SECTION 7 – ANY MEDIA
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Class 01 Tole Painting
Class 02 Folk Art
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
DIVISION 4: PROFESSIONAL
DIVISION 3: ADULT
SECTION 1 – OIL PAINTS
SECTION 1 – OIL PAINTS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
SECTION 2 – WATER COLORS
SECTION 2 – WATER COLORS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
SECTION 3 – PASTELS
SECTION 3 – PASTELS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
SECTION 4 – ACRYLICS
SECTION 4 – ACRYLICS
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
SECTION 5 – DRAWING - PEN, PENCIL, CHARCOAL
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Portraits
Landscape
Still Life
Animals
Seascape
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
$4.00
$4.00
$4.00
$3.00
$3.00
$3.00
SECTION 6 – ANY MEDIA
Class 01 Abstract
Class 02 3-Dimensional Work
Class 03 Miscellaneous
$5.00
$5.00
$5.00
Leading The Others
Since 1904
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DEPARTMENT 10
FLOWER SHOW
Members: Vickie Wagner (Chair), Kevin Bogan, John Fankhauser
Show Chairperson: Susan Hunt 937-987-1002
*FLoWER SHoW MoVED To EXPo HALL*
Show conducted by the Wilmington Garden Club,
President Kathy Kral
Member of the ohio Association of Garden Clubs
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GENERAL RULES
Entries open to any amateur flower grower
residing in Clinton County. (Exception-Daylily
Show)
Exhibitors may enter as many classes as
desired. More than one entry is permitted in
each class of the Horticulture Show, provided
each is a different named cultivar (variety).
Classes may be withdrawn or combined if the
number of entries warrants.
All entries are to be made with the Fair secretary
at the Fairgrounds before 4:00 P.M. Friday, July
3, 2015.
Purchase of a season pass or membership ticket
is required to enter. All exhibitors pay a $0.25
entry fee for each entry with the exception of the
Daylily Show (See Division 3).
4-H members entering only Junior Divisions will
not be required to purchase exhibitor’s tickets.
Juniors will be required to pay $0.10 for each entry.
Exhibitors will be responsible for entering their
exhibits in the correct class.
A Classification Committee will check all entries
before the time of judging. All exhibitors should
check with a member of this committee before
leaving their entries.
The Fair committee cannot assume responsibility
for loss or breakage of any entries.
All classes will be judged according to the Ohio
Association of Garden Club rules, by the
standard system of judging, one first, one
second, one third. More than one honorable
mention may be given for a worthy entry. In the
event no entry merits first prize, none will be
given. If there is only one entry in a class, it will
receive the award it merits. (Only two places will
be given in the Daylily Show on Friday).
The decision of the judge is final.
Any questions concerning entries call:
Susan Hunt – 937-987-1002.
Exhibitor’s name and plant variety must be
written on back of entry tag.
AWARDS
The Fair Board will furnish: Blue, Red, White and
Yellow ribbons for first, second, third and honorable
mention in each class. Best of Show Rosette Ribbon
in Horticulture and Best of Show Rosette Ribbon in
Container Grown Plants and Best of Show Rosette
Ribbon in Artistic Design will be awarded. A
Sweepstakes Rosette will be awarded to the exhibitor
having the most points in Horticulture, Container
Grown Plants and Artistic Design, counting Blue as 4,
Red as 3, and White as 1 and Honorable Mention to
count only in case of a tie. A Rosette Ribbon will also
be given in the Artistic Design specal Class. Best of
Showcounts as 5 points. A Green ribbon will be
awarded for outstanding educational exhibit.
The Fair Board will furnish Best of Show Rosettes
for Junior Horticulture and Junior Artistic Design.
Awards will be given for Best of Show in
Horticulture, Container Grown Plants, Artistic Design,
Special Class in Artistic Design, Daylily Horticulture
and Daylily Artistic Design. Sweepstakes awards will
be given in Horticulture, Container Grown Plants,
Artistic Design and Daylilies. All awards are being
furnished by the Wilmington Garden Club.
EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS
Wilmington Garden Club and
Blanchester Garden Club
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DIVISION 1: HORTICULTURE SHOW
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RULES
Horticulture specimens, container grown plants and
other entries must be in place at the fairgrounds
Saturday, July 11, 2015, between 9:00 AM and 12:00
noon. NO entries will be accepted after this time.
Judging will be 1:00 P.M. Saturday July 11, 2015 in
Expo Hall.
Entries must be left in place until 8:00 P.M., Monday
July 13, 2015. Sponsoring clubs will clear the show
tables and will not be responsible for any entries not
removed by the exhibitor.
All flowers and plants entered in the Horticulture
classes must be grown by the exhibitor and
container plants in the possession of the exhibitor at
least three (3) months.
Horticulture specimens are to be shown in clear
glass bottles or containers furnished by the exhibitor.
The term “specimen” shall mean bloom, spike, stalk,
or cluster; disbudded unless otherwise stated, and
the stem in proportion to the bloom.
The name and cultivar (variety) should be written on
the front of the entry tag and the exhibitor’s name
and cultivar on the back. In case of a tie, a named
cultivar will be given preference.
SECTION 1 – Roses
1st place - $2.00; 2nd place - $1.50; 3rd place - $1.00
SECTION 2 – Bulbs, Tubers, Corms
1st place - $2.00; 2nd place - $1.50; 3rd place - $1.00
Gladiolus, large or giant, 3” or over, named, one spike.
Remove all side shoots, conspicuous marking permitted.
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
white or near white
yellow or orange
pink or rose
red
lavender or purple
any other color not mentioned above
small or miniature, under 3", named, one spike, any color
Lilies, not disbudded, any variety
Dahlias, any size or color
Non-blooming ornamental leaf
Hosta leaf, small – 2" or under (measured across leaf at widest)
Hosta leaf, over 2" under 5"
Hosta leaf, 5" to under 7"
Hosta leaf, 7" and over
Any bulb, tuber or corm, not listed above
SECTION 3 – Annuals
1st place - $1.50; 2nd place - $1.25; 3rd place - $.75
Sunflower, foliage attached
Class 01 one bloom, disbudded
Class 02 collection of three blooms
Marigolds, foilage attached.
Hybrid Tea Roses, named, one bloom, disbudded with
all foliage attached.
Class 03 large flowered type, any color, any variety, 1 stem
Class 04 small type, any color, any variety, 1 stem
Class 05 small to medium-sized spray forms, not disbudded, with foliage
attached
Class 01 pale colors; white or near white, yellow, pink or blends of the same
Class 02 deep colors; red, orange or other darker colors
Class 03 full blown, any color or blend (stamens in center must be shown)
Zinnias, one stem, named, disbudded with all foliage
attached.
Floribunda or Polyantha Roses, named, one stem, not
disbudded with foliage attached.
Class 04 any variety, any color
Grandiflora Roses, named, with foliage attached,
naturally grown.
Class 05 one stem with one bloom
Class 06 one stem with bloom and side buds
Shrub Roses
Class 07 1 spray any color, single or double, (includes Knockout roses)
Miniature Roses, named, with foliage attached,
naturally grown.
Class 08 any variety, one bloom per stem
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
large cactus type, any color, any type
large dahlia or California type, any color, any variety
medium flowered, 2-3”, any color, any variety
small flowered, under 2”, three blooms, any color, same variety
collection of three (3) blooms, one each of different varieties
collection of three (3) blooms, same variety
Other Annuals
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
spikes
spray
single bloom, round form
annual vine-1 stem, blooming or non-blooming
SECTION 4 – Perennials
1st place - $2.00; 2nd place - $1.50; 3rd place - $1.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
gaillardia, one stem, foliage attached
echinacea (cone flower), any variety
liatris, one spike
coreopsis, any variety
white daisies, any variety
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DIVISION 2: ARTISTIC DESIGN
Hemerocallis, (daylily), not disbudded
Class 06 one scape, without leaves, pale colors - yellows, pale pinks,
lavenders, whites
Class 07 one scape, without leaves, oranges, golds
Class 08 one scape, without leaves, reds, deep pinks, purples
Class 09 one scape, without leaves, eye zone or halo, any color
Class 10 one scape, without leaves, spider
Class 11 one scape, without leaves, any color under 3"
Class 12 gloriosa daisy or rudbeckia, any variety, 1 bloom
Class 13 ferns-1 frond
Class 14 vines-1stem, blooming or non-blooming
Class 15 Flowering shrub-1 branch
Class 16 spikes
Class 17 sprays
Class 18 single bloom, round form
Class 19 Any other perennial not listed
SECTION 5 – Everlastings
1st place - $2.00; 2nd place - $1.50; 3rd place - $1.00
(plants that self-dry)
Class 01 yarrow, yellow
Class 02 yarrow, any other color
Class 03 any other type of everlasting
SECTION 6 – Container Grown Plants
1st place - $2.00; 2nd place - $1.50; 3rd place - $1.00
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Class 11
Class 12
Class 13
Class 14
Class 15
Class 16
cactus, may be multiple-stemmed
succulent, may be multiple-stemmed
foliage plant, one plant per pot, any variety, may be multiple-stemmed
live topiary
flowering plant, any variety, one or more plants with bloom in a
single container
container garden with foliage and/or bloom
begonia, any variety, one plant
vine, any variety, one or more plants per pot
African violet, any variety
Fairy Garden - in any appropriate container
collection of two or more foliage plants in one container
fern, any variety, except asparagus (sprengeri) fern
any other house plant
container garden, including one or more cactus and/or succulent
herbs, any variety, one or more plants per pot
hanging plant, flowers or foliage
SECTION 7 – Junior Division
1st place - $1.50; 2nd place - $1.25; 3rd place - $0.75
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
marigold, large yellow or orange, 1 bloom
zinnia, large type (dahlia, cactus or shaggy flowerhead)1 bloom
zinnia, button, lilliput or pompom, 1 bloom
collection of flowers, excluding marigolds and zinnias, 3 blooms,
1 each of different varieties
Class 05 cactus or succulent, 1 plant
Class 06 foliage plant, any variety, 1 plant
Class 07 container garden, including one or more cactus and/or succulent
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RULES
Entries must be in place Tuesday, July 14, 2015
between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM. Entries will not
be accepted after this time. Judging will begin at
2:00 PM, Tuesday, July 14, 2015.
Entries must be left in place until 8:00 PM
Thursday, July 16, 2015. The sponsoring club will
clear the tables and will not be responsible for any
entries not removed by the exhibitor.
Plant material may be obtained from any source.
Extra foliage, bases, mats, natural dried materials,
glycerinized plant material, accessories are
permitted in all classes unless the class states
otherwise.
All plant materials MUST be listed on an
accompanying 3x5 card and placed beside the
arrangement.
No artificial plant materials permitted in any class.
No artificially colored fresh plant materials
permitted in any class.
All Artistic Design entries must be the work of the
exhibitor.
All previously stated rules MUST apply.
SECTION 1 – ARTISTIC DESIGN
(All flowers and greenery must be either grown in
Clinton County or purchased in Clinton County.)
1st place - $2.25; 2nd place - $1.75; 3rd place - $1.25
Theme: “NATURE RULES”
SPECIAL CLASS:
Class 01 Satellitic Design – An arrangement with a large and small container
connected by vines or stems. Must use a tri-fold backboard behind
arrangements.
Class 02 Horizontal Design – Using live flowers and manipulated leaves.
Class 03 Creative Design – An arrangement to attract butterflies – designer’s
choice.
Class 04 A Miniature Design – Tiny wildflowers and grasses not to exceed 3"
in any direction.
Class 05 An Edible Design – An arrangement incorporating edible flower
and/or herbs, designer’s choice, accessories acceptable.
Class 06 Vertical Design – A design using dried materials at least 30” high.
Class 07 Gift from the Sea – A creative design incorporation water…may
include shells, etc., Designer’s choice.
Class 08 A Loose Mass Design – Using any flower but only evergreens for the
foliage.
Class 09 Designer’s Choice – Incorporating both flowers and vegetables.
Class 10 Wreath or Swag – Using fresh and/or dried materials.
Class 11 Jr. Class – Designer’s choice denoting natural things.
Class 12 Unjudged Arrangement – Designer’s choice, no entry free or judging.
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DIVISION 3: DAYLILY SHOW
Friday, July 17, 2015
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RULES
Open to all, but must be their own daylilies.
A season pass (exhibitor’s ticket) is not
necessary for this show. Exhibitor may buy a one
day gate pass.
Exhibits must be in place between 10:00 AM and
12:00 noon on Friday, July 17, 2015 and classes
entered in Expo Hall with the Flower Show
Committee.
Each specimen in horticultural show and each
exhibit in design classes must have an entry fee
paid at time of entering of $0.50.
There will be an open judging at 1:00 PM by a
daylily judge.
First and second places only will be given in
each class. Rosettes and trophies will be given
for best of show in horticulture, sweepstakes in
horticulture (4 points for 1st place and 3 points
for 2nd place), and best of show in design
classes.
Exhibits will be released at 5:00 PM Friday, July
17, 2015.
HORTICULTURE - Single Scapes
1st place - $2.00; 2nd place - $1.50
SECTION 1
Named large flowers, 4 1/2” or more
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
white, near white
yellow
gold
orange
red, maroon
lavender
pink
purple
SECTION 2
Named small flowers, 3” to 4 1/2”
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
white, near white
yellow
gold
orange
red, maroon
lavender
pink
purple
SECTION 3
Named miniature flowers, under 3”
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
white, near white
yellow
gold
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
orange
red, maroon
lavender
pink
purple
SECTION 4
Named bicolor, eyezone, halo, any size
Class 01
Class 02
any bicolor
any eyezone or halo
SECTION 5
Named spider or spider variant, any size
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
pale colors
deep colors
bicolors
SECTION 6
Named doubles and UFO’s - any size
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
pale colors
deep colors
UFO - unclassified form
SECTION 7
Unnamed Daylilies
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
Class 05
Class 06
Class 07
Class 08
Class 09
Class 10
Large 41⁄2" or more, light color
Large 41⁄2" or more, dark color
Small, 3" to under 41⁄2", light color
Small, 3" to under 41⁄2", dark color
Miniature, under 3", any color
Spider, any size, any color
Double, any size, any color
Bicolor or halo - any size, any color
Eyezone or halo- anysize, any color
UFO - unclassified form
DIVISION 4: DESIGN CLASSES
“NATURE RULES”
1st place - $2.25; 2nd place - $1.75
SECTION 1
Class 01
Class 02
Class 03
Class 04
“Earth” – Designer’s Choice.
“Wind” – Designer’s Choice.
“Fire” – Designer’s Choice.
Any arrangement or single daylily for display only, no entry required,
no judging.
For questions, call:
Susanne Kenney
937-584-2802
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DEPARTMENT 11
JUNIOR FAIR
Members: Jeff Hartman (Chair), Scot Gerber, Greta Gray
4-H Membership Requirements
4-H membership is open to all boys and girls 8
years of age and in the 3rd grade as of Jan. 1 of the
current year. Eligibility ends Dec. 31 of the year in
which the individual turns 19. 4-H Cloverbud
membership is open to all boys and girls age 5 and in
kindergarten until the child is age 8 and in the 3rd
grade as of Jan. 1 of the current year. 4-H Cloverbud
members are eligible for all 4-H Cloverbud activities.
They are not eligible for out of county activities,
competitive events, residential camps and projects
designed for older 4-H members. The minimum age
for 4-H shooting sport club members is 9 years old.
Members and advisors must attend a minimum of
six 4-H meetings per club to be counted as
complete. Members have the option to show/exhibit
at the county fair. The 4-H club enrollment deadline is
April 1 of current year. All enrollment forms,
signatures, and the County $10 fee must be
submitted to the oSU Extension office by April 1
(this includes Cloverbud members) to be a member for
the 2015 season and participate in the Jr. Fair. There
will be no exceptions.
4-H members can enroll in any number of projects
regardless of the number of years they have been a
member. Advisor and parent input on the number of
projects chosen by the member is suggested. Use the
“Clinton County 4-H and Junior Fair Requirements”
and the "Family Guide to 4-H" for a description of the
learning experiences expected and suggested age for
taking the project.
Ohio State University Extension Personnel
Tracie Montague............................Extension Educator
4-H Youth Development
Tony Nye........................................Extension Educator
Agriculture/Natural Resources & County Director
Teresa Webb ......................Extension Office Associate
Ann Foxworthy.........................Junior Fair Coordinator
Clinton County 4-H Committee
Bev Bentley
Judy Cowman
Ann Foxworthy
Randy Gerber
Scot Gerber
Aimee Gray
David Hackney
Pam Hurtt
Jeff Hartman
Diana Henderson
Cheri Dixon
Mike Cook
April Jones
Randy Pinkerton
Debbie Pratt
Gary Quallen
Daniel Sternsher
Sonia Thompson
Jim Wilson
Monica Wood
Martin Woodruff
Mike Bartram
FFA instructors
Eric Heeg
Matt Griffith
Dan Shell
Doug Rinehart
Junior Fair Board Members
Rachel Billups
Chloe Caplinger
Alexa Cochran
Kelly Deatherage
Ethan Dickey
Terra Ficke
Thomas Florea
Elizabeth Forsyth
Mary Kathryn Forsyth
Emma Glass
Katie Glass
Tanner Green
Taylor Hodge
Katie Hughes
Heather Hurtt
Lauren Krause
Drew Moyer
Anne Thompson
Bridgette Thompson
Jay Schneder
Carson Smith
Kennedy Smith
Alex Vaughan
Nicole Walt
Cameron West
Brady Wilson
Junior Fair Board Advisors
Greta Gray
Scot Gerber
Chelsea Sites
Jim Wilson
For more information call your 4-H club advisor,
FFA advisor or:
Clinton County OSU Extension office
937-382-0901 or http://clinton.osu.edu
Clinton County Junior Fair office, 937-382-4691
Clinton County Senior Fair office, 937-382-4443
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CLINTON COUNTY
JUNIOR FAIR RULES
Protests - For protests claiming unethical
practices, a person or persons who are reporting
such claims are to present a written, signed claim
to the appropriate project committee chair or
county 4-H Youth Development Educator along
with a $100 fee; refundable only if such
accusation is found true. All claims and fees must
be filed prior to or within one hour after the
conclusion of show or awards presentation.
Project committee or 4-H Committee members
can report unethical practices without posting
money for the protest up until the conclusion of
said show/awards presentation, after which they
will post the $100 fee.
1.
All Junior Fair Members must follow and abide
by the rules and regulations set forth in this
book. Violations of these rules will be brought to
the attention of the 4-H Committee where
consequences will be determined.
2.
Youth enrolled in 4-H, FFA, FCCLA, Scouts, Farm
Bureau Youth, Grange, Camp Fire, church,
school and other youth serving agencies during
the past year are eligible to exhibit. Youth
planning to exhibit at the county fair must register
in the OSU Extension office by April 1.
3.
Project Registration & Junior Fair Entries-All
Special Emphasis and Family and Consumer
Sciences projects and market poultry exhibitors
will use the April 1st registration as their fair entry.
Junior Fair livestock and small animal entries for
market and breeding projects are due May 1. Beef
breeding & feeder calves must be tagged
in/checked at the May tag in. Market beef projects
must be tagged in/checked in December of the
previous year. Dairy cattle projects must submit a
registration form with permanent ID to OSU by
May 1. Pygmy goats, breeding poultry, small
animals and dogs must submit an entry form with
a permanent ID by May 1. Horse PAS show and
fair entries are due June 1.
4.
All animals must be fully owned or leased
including all showing rights by the Jr. Fair
member and personally provide daily and
continual care of their animal(s) regardless of
where the animal(s) are housed on and after May
1. All animals must be in your possession by May
1. (Steers acquired by Dec. 1 of the previous
year. See poultry rules for hatch dates. See
departments for homegrown guidelines.)
5.
The member’s exhibition age is that on Jan. 1 of
the current year. Ages listed in this book are as
of Jan. 1, current year.
6.
For a member to achieve the progression of
goals needed for youth development, 4-H
projects and exhibits must be separate and
different from those carried in other
organizations, such as FCCLA, FFA, Scouts,
Camp Fire, church, school, industrial arts class,
science fairs, etc.
7.
Junior Fair exhibitors must pay entry fees when
entering open class but are not required to
purchase Exhibitor tickets. Junior Fair members
will need to make their own open class entries.
The Protest committee shall consist of a
minimum of the 4-H Committee chair, the project
committee chair, the project Senior Fair Board
representative and the Extension 4-H Youth
Development Educator or their designees. In the
event of a protest, the following procedures are to
be followed:
a.
b.
After the project committee chair and 4-H
Educator have reviewed the written claim the
Protest Committee will meet to determine if
an infraction may have occurred.
If the Protest Committee determines an
infraction may have occurred they will
conduct a hearing with the accused and the
accuser(s) to address the matter. After the
hearing the Protest Committee will decide if
further action is required for a penalty.
c.
The Protest Committee’s decision is then
directed to the Senior Fair Board for action.
d.
Any protest directed toward a Clinton County
Junior Fair member at any other exhibition
and reported to a Clinton County project
committee member, 4-H Committee
member, or 4-H Educator is to direct the
accuser(s) to report that claim directly to that
exhibition’s officials for determination of rules
violation.
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10.
Junior Fair participants may stay overnight on
the fairground after receiving permission from
the Senior Fair Board. Members must register in
the Senior Fair office. All vehicles will be parked
in the areas designated by the Senior Fair Board.
All club booths and other youth-serving
agencies exhibiting in the Junior Fair Building
must be set up July 10, 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Non-livestock projects must be on display in
the Junior Fair Building from 8 p.m. July 10, until
3 p.m. on the last day of the fair to be eligible for
awards unless written permission is granted by
the Senior Fair Board. (Please see Pre-Fair
Schedule for dates and times.) Other Junior Fair
exhibits must be in place according to each
department’s regulations.
Junior Fair Building exhibits will be released from
3-4:30 p.m. the final day of the fair. Exhibits not
picked up at this time will be discarded
immediately following the fair.
12.
Placing rosettes will be awarded as warranted by
adequate competition. Awards will be presented
at the Awards Presentations & Shows/Judgings.
13.
All 4-H/junior fair members must be present at
their respective judging(s) and exhibit their projects
at the fair to be eligible for awards. Non-livestock
members must complete a judging interview and
bring their completed project and project books to
judging. Please refer to the clothing guidelines for
additional project requirements.
15.
Any Junior Fair member violating a Junior Fair
rule can be barred from showing in that project
area next year.
17.
Each exhibitor and his/her family and advisors
will abide by the following Standards of Behavior.
All volunteers and members need to pick up a
fair wristband on the designated pick up days
declared by the Ag Society.
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16.
Projects/exhibits must have been completed by
the exhibitor during the current project year.
CoDE oF CoNDUCT. Each exhibitor and
his/her family participating in the Clinton County
Junior Fair is a representative of hundreds of 4H and FFA members. Each exhibitor and his/her
family must accept the responsibility of creating
a positive image that reflects all Junior Fair
members and the program. The show
management reserves the right to send any
junior exhibitor or parent home with his/her
exhibit if he/she is guilty of conduct unbecoming
to the show or failing to follow barn rules. Any
exhibit shown prior to misconduct will not be
eligible for sale.
Volunteer and Member
Standards of Behavior
These Standards of Behavior are accepted by
volunteers who commit to an Ohio State University
Extension (“OSUE” or “Extension”) program as a
condition of their volunteer status. The Standards of
Behavior shall guide volunteer’s behavior during their
involvement in Extension programs. Just as it is a
privilege for Ohio State University to work with
individuals who volunteer their time and energies to
the organization, a volunteer’s involvement with OSUE
is a privilege and a responsibility, not a right.
OSUE provides quality educational programs
accessible to all Ohio citizens. The primary purpose of
this Standard of Behavior is to ensure the safety and
well-being of all Extension program participants (i.e.,
members, their parents and families, professionals,
and volunteers). Volunteers are expected to function
within the guidelines of OSUE and the individual
program area (4-H, Agricultural & Natural Resources,
Family & Consumer Sciences, and Community
Development). Extension volunteers shall act with
personal integrity.
Ohio State University Extension volunteers will:
1)
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6)
7)
Uphold volunteerism as an effective way to meet
the needs of youth and adults.
Uphold an individual’s right to dignity, selfdevelopment and self-direction.
Accept supervision and support from professional
Extension staff while involved in the program.
Accept the responsibility to represent their
individual county Extension program and The
Ohio State University.
Conduct themselves in a courteous and
respectful manner, exhibit good sportsmanship,
and provide positive role models for all youth.
Respect, adhere to, and enforce the rules,
policies, and guidelines established by their
individual county Extension program and OSUE.
Not engage in abusive behaviors that physically
or verbally threaten or harm any Extension
program participant, including youth.
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9)
10)
11)
12)
13)
Not engage in any act prohibited by law..
Comply with all civil rights laws and policies,
including but not limited to OSUE equal
opportunity, anti-discrimination laws, and
program participant policy.
Perform duties in a responsible and timely
manner as outlined in the position description.
Immediately report any threats to the volunteer’s
emotional or physical well-being to the county
Extension professional.
Accept the responsibility to promote and
support Extension programs in order to develop
an effective county, state, and national program.
Handle animals and operate machinery, vehicles,
and other equipment in a responsible manner.
LIVESTOCK RULES
1.
Fair members must file written proof of any lease
agreement with the county OSU Extension office
by May 1 of the current year. Junior Fair
members can show a maximum of 6 livestock
species at the county fair.
Jr. Fair entries are due May 1 for the following
projects: dogs, dairy, all breeding market
livestock, small animals, and cats. Horse PAS
show and fair entries are due June 1.
I understand and agree that as a volunteer:
1)
2)
3)
4)
I will report any child abuse, sexual abuse, or
neglect in accordance with university policy.
I will not intentionally or purposefully place
myself in a position alone with a member of a
vulnerable population in a one-on-one situation,
including, but not limited to sleeping quarters
with participants.
I will not, under any circumstances, physically,
verbally, or emotionally abuse or fail to provide
the basic necessities of care, such as food or
shelter to participants.
I will endeavor to provide a safe and healthy
program/camp experience for all participants.
Volunteer status is subject to immediate suspension or
termination based on any act or omission that
Extension determines to be contrary to any portion of
these standards or otherwise in conflict with the goals
of OSUE.
All animals must be fully owned or leased
including all showing rights by the Jr. Fair
member and personally provide daily and
continual care of their animal(s) regardless of
where the animal(s) are housed on and after May
1. All animals must be in your possession by May
1. (Steers acquired by Dec. 1 of the previous
year. See poultry rules for hatch dates.)
2.
Members must complete a skillathon for each
of the following project areas that they are
enrolled in: beef, dairy, dogs, goats, hogs,
horses, poultry, rabbits and sheep at the
designated time before the fair to be eligible to
show their animals at the fair. A completed
official 4-H/FFA project book or insert, which is
10% of the total skillathon score must be turned
in at the time the test is taken. Members having
valid scheduling conflicts who cannot attend the
scheduled dates must notify the OSU Extension
office in writing by midnight prior to the last
skillathon date. No make-up tests during the fair.
Those not taking the skillathon during the county
dates are ineligible for any skillathon awards.
Members who enter the skillathon test buildings
must sign in and take the skillathon that night.
Only members taking the Skillathon are
permitted in the testing areas. No cell phones
may be used in the testing area.
• Members will be scored on the following areas
for all departments: Interview, project guidelines,
project knowledge and book/insert.
• A member needs to complete a new book or
new insert each season.
• Inserts can be printed out from the county
website or picked up in the OSU Extension
office. (clinton.osu.edu)
• Members are encouraged to purchase books
through the 4-H club.
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Pens must be kept properly bedded and aisles
kept clear. Pens must be clean after the animal is
released or sold.
• Skillathon kits are available for members and
clubs to use at the OSU Extension office. Please
call 382-0901 to reserve a kit.
3.
4.
4-H/FFA members who want to show and/or sell
market steers, market hogs, market lambs,
market goats, market dairy steers, feeder calves,
lactating dairy cattle, market poultry, market
rabbits, and lactating dairy goats must attend a
Quality Assurance Training at a designated time
before the fair.
4-H/FFA members who want to show and/or sell
market steers, market hogs, market lambs,
market goats, market dairy steers, feeder calves,
lactating dairy cattle, market poultry, market
rabbits, and lactating dairy goats at county or
state fairs are required to turn in a Drug Use
Notification Form (DUNF) at the fair weigh in.
5.
One re-weigh will be allowed for over and under
weight animals in each market animal species at
time designated by species committee.
6.
Advisors must keep residency records of all
animal projects.
7.
Report lost ear tags immediately to the OSU
Extension office or species chair.
8.
All livestock exhibitors shall present a certificate
of registration recorded in the member’s name or
in partnership with a parent or legal guardian to
authorized persons at the county fair. Animals
that do not have to be accompanied with a
registration certificate are commercial gilts,
commercial beef heifers, market livestock, dairy
goats, horses, dogs, poultry, rabbits and small
animals.
9.
If market animals do not make sale weight they
can show for grade only and can be used in
showmanship classes.
10.
All Jr. Fair exhibitors must comply with the health
regulations printed in the Sr. Fair book.
Requirements must be met before livestock can
be moved to the fairground.
11.
Misrepresentation by Jr. Fair members as to the
breed or age of their animal(s) will forfeit any
awards won by the exhibitor.
12.
All Jr. Fair exhibitors are responsible for caring
for and feeding their livestock throughout the fair.
13.
All animals must be exhibited and shown by the
owner unless permission is granted by the
committee in charge. If permission is granted,
animals must be shown by another Clinton
County Jr. Fair member.
14.
Placing ribbons will be issued in accordance
with the judges’ decisions. No awards/ribbons
will be presented to the recipients until the judge
has completed the class placings and has
stepped away from the ring.
15.
All project areas post rules in barn or building in
which projects are housed.
16.
All animals must be disbudded or dehorned
unless the animal is registered with a breed
standard that requires horns to be intact. Market
goats are not required to be dehorned.
17.
All goats and sheep must have official scrapie
TAGS by entry deadline. No goats or sheep will
be permitted in the Clinton County Jr. Fair
without scrapie identification. Sheep and goats
with the blue slaughter-only/meat scrapie tags
cannot be used for exhibition, companion/
”lawnmower” or breeding purposes.
18.
All members exhibiting market swine will need to
obtain a Premise I.D. number by June 1. One per
family. This form only needs to be completed
one time.
19.
No equipment or projects are to be moved
during any junior fair livestock sale.
CoDE oF ETHiCS. In order to maintain a high degree
of confidence and integrity of our Clinton County
livestock shows, any animal found to have been fitted,
cared for and shown in an unethical manner shall be
disqualified and the exhibitor shall forfeit all awards
and sale money; and may be barred from participation
in future shows.
Unethical practices shall include, but not be limited to:
 Any injection of air, gas, liquid, solid or any other
foreign material under the hide.
 Surgery of any kind to change the natural
contour or appearance of the animal’s body. Not
including removal of warts, teats, horns, docking
of tails, trimming of hooves, clipping of hair or
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wool, or any medical practice deemed
necessary for health reasons, performed and
verified by the Clinton County Fair veterinarian.
Use of any product, such as but not limited to,
steroids, diuretics, tranquilizers, ice, ice water,
alcohol, aerosol coolant, ether, ice packed
towels, wet towel and other abnormal/artificial
procedure or practice to change the degree of
firmness, muscle tone or mass, and/or weight of
the animal.
Any attempts to disrupt or change normal dental
development. Any dyeing or coloring of animal
which alters its natural coloration. Not included
are the dressings applied to horns or hooves.
Use of illegal substance or procedure that
results in condemnation of the carcass.
If an animal must be drenched, it must be with
the aid of the Clinton County Fair veterinarian.
Any use of false hair/wool to include, but not
limited to, artificial tail heads, polls, switches,
and gluing of natural hair/wool to any part of the
body.
Striking an animal to cause swelling.
Treating or massaging any part of the body
internally or externally with an irritant, or any
substance to temporarily straighten a weak back
or loin to produce any unnatural animation.
The use of muzzles on lambs, steers, or hogs is
prohibited on the Clinton County Fairground.
Should fraud or deception, and proof of wrong
doing as determined by the committee be
discovered after the animal or animals have been
shown and prior to sale, such animal(s) shall not
be permitted to sell. The animals placing next in
line at the show shall move up.
Should violation be discovered after the sale, all
sale money shall be returned to the buyer and
the animal or carcass shall be returned to the
exhibitor.
Any exhibitor or family member barred from any
Junior Fair Show or exhibition will not be
permitted to exhibit a project at any future
Clinton County Fair. This will result in the entire
family being barred from the Clinton County Fair.
An exhibitor who pulls an animal from
competition once he/she enters the show arena
or fails to return for a championship class the
exhibitor is banned from all Junior Fair sales and
receives no points for the outstanding market
exhibitor award the current year and is banned
from exhibiting that project the following year.
Project Grooming Rules
1.
Project groomers at the Clinton County Fair are
limited to the following: Clinton County 4-H and
FFA members, their immediate families and any
Clinton County 4-H and/or FFA advisors. This
grooming rule includes holding, washing, and/or
working with the animal while on exhibition.
We will abide by ohio Department of
Agriculture's definition of family: "Family"
means the immediate family of an exhibitor,
including but not limited to the exhibitor's
parent, step-parent, foster parent, grandparent,
step-grandparent, foster grandparent, brother,
sister, step-brother, step-sister, half-brother,
half-sister, son, daughter, step-son, stepdaughter, or guardian.
2.
All animals must be groomed within the specie
barn area, wash rack area, or area designated by
the show management (ex. beef grooming area).
3.
Anyone breaking this grooming rule will not be
permitted to further exhibit that animal in
competition. The situation will be reviewed by
show management for further discipline.
4.
Exhibitors needing assistance from another adult
at the show must get approval from fair
management.
Note: A legal guardian may be defined as a person
appointed to have the care and management of a
minor.
Showmanship
1.
Showmanship participants must show and
exhibit his/her own designated Junior Fair
project animal.
2.
For all other guidelines refer to each department
for rules.
3.
Jr. Fair members who win their respective
showmanship division are eligible to compete
again in their respective division providing they
satisfy the age requirement.
4.
Members cannot advance to the next
showmanship division until they reach the
division age.
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5.
6.
The Sweepstakes Showmanship contest
involves the current year’s senior division
showmanship winners in beef, dairy, goats,
horses, sheep and swine. Past sweepstakes
contest winners are ineligible to compete.
The Showman of Showmen contest for each
specie is open to Junior Fair livestock members
who have won their respective showmanship
divisions in the past, including the current year's
division winners. Exhibitors must be current Jr.
Fair livestock members. Interpretation and
eligibility will be determined by each livestock
committee.
4.
Feeder calf exhibitors have the option of selling
their animals through the premium sale only or
the premium and stockyard sale.
5.
Exhibitors wanting to sell a market project (including
butter) must turn in a sale card at the announcers
booth during a market show or in the Junior Fair
Office by 6:30 p.m. on Thursday of the fair.
6.
Junior Fair members are limited to selling a
maximum of two market animals unless a Jr. Fair
member exhibits more than two overall grand
champion or reserve grand champion animals.
To comply with Rule 2 all overall grand
champions and overall reserve grand champions
count as a sale.
7.
Animals not sold in the Jr. Fair sales are the
responsibility of the Jr. Fair member. Members can
arrange to sell their animals to Producers at current
market price. These animals will be loaded on
trucks prior to the respective Jr. Fair sale. This is an
option. Members’ animals not going to Producers
will be released according to the fair schedule.
Junior Fair Livestock Sales
Committee Members: Martin Woodruff & Judy
Cowman co-chairs, Mike Bartram, Mike Cook, Ann
Foxworthy, Randy Gerber, Scot Gerber, Jeff Hartman
Justin Holbrook, Jonathan McKay, Geoffrey Phillips,
Randy Pinkerton, Debbie Pratt, Gary Quallen, Chad
Seaman & Jim Wilson
1.
All Junior Fair members must be present to be
eligible to sell in their respective livestock sales.
8.
The county fair veterinarian will determine if an
animal is suitable for sale.
2.
All Grand Champion and Reserve Grand
Champion market animals must sell in the Jr. Fair
Sales. Feeder calf exhibitors may choose to sell
in the premium sale only. The following
champions will be the only mandatory animals to
sale:
9.
All market livestock will be handled by Producers
Livestock Association. All livestock loaded on
Producers’ trucks will be slaughtered during or
immediately after the Clinton County Fair.
10.
Junior Fair members participating in livestock
sales will be assessed check-off, trucking and
processing fees and commission as follows:
3.5% general fund for all species and 3 % barn
fund for dairy, 1 1⁄2 % barn fund for swine, 2 %
barn fund for poultry, sheep, goats and rabbits
and 3% on cattle and feeder calves. The
commission will be assessed on the total
premium and re-sale amount.
11.
Only Overall Grand & Reserve animals and OME
will sell the animal in the sale ring.
Overall Grand & Reserve Champion:
Beef Market Project
Market Hog Project
Market Goat Project
Market Sheep Project
Poultry Meat Pen of 3
Poultry Single Fryer
Poultry Roaster
Meat Turkey
Rabbit Roasters
Rabbit Single Fryer
3.
All Junior Fair members will have the opportunity to
sell up to two market livestock projects from two
different livestock departments. Beef members only
may sell one feeder calf and one steer or market
heifer. (Ex: An Exhibitor could sell one market goat
and one market hog.)
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DEPARTMENT 12
HARNESS RACING
Members: Tom Thatcher (Chair), Todd Sams, Dave Armstrong
Speed Program
For Entries Contact Rick Gleason
(513) 594-7606
Pari-Mutuels
Woebkenberg Starting Gate
Photo Finish
Sunday, July 12, 2015 – 4:00 PM
****NEW POST TIME****
Trot - 2 Year Old Filly - OCRA
Pace - 2 Year Old Filly - OCRA
Trot - 2 Year Old Colt - OCRA
Trot - 3 Year Old Filly - OCRA
Pace - 3 Year Old Filly - OCRA
Pace - 2 Year Old Colt - OCRA
Pace - 3 Year Old Colt - OCRA
Trot - 3 Year Old Colt - OCRA
Pace - Ohio Ladies Pace
Non-Winners $10,000 in 2015
Purse
Purse
Purse
Purse
Purse
Purse
Purse
Purse
Added
Added
Added
Added
Added
Added
Added
Added
- Overnight
$1,023
$1,023
$1,023
$1,023
$1,023
$1,023
$1,023
$1,023
$800
Conditions
OCRA and USTA rules to govern with exceptions.
Entries will be taken from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
three (3) days before the race is scheduled. Entry Fee
for the OCRA Stake races is $75, and the overnight
race is 3% of the advertised purse.
The Ohio Colt Racing Association Stake races will be
raced under the published conditions. Horses
declared in and drawn from the box must pay entry
fee. No refunds.
Money divided: 50%, 25%, 12%, 8%, and 5%. Track
will score 5 wide. No inside rail.
If advertised races do not fill, race clerk will try to
arrange other races for horses on grounds. The right is
reserved to change order of program or to declare off
any race due to unavoidable causes and reject any
entry. Horses are brought on grounds at owner’s risk.
The CCAS assumes no liability for any accident, but
will do everything possible to avoid them. Veterinarian
on grounds, ORC Lasix Rules are in effect. Have proof
of current Test (EIA) within past 12 months available
upon request.
NO STALL SPACE AVAILABLE. Be prepared to race
out of trailer.
Race Secretary and Clerk of Course – Rick Gleason
Starting Gate – Woebkenberg
Presiding Judge – Jon Weist
Track Photographer – Barry Conrad
Charter – Rick Gleason
Associate Judge - Scott Beegle
Associate Judge - Ruth Wisemen
OCRA MEMBERSHIP CARDS HONORED ON RACE
DAYS ONLY. Admission $7.00
FREE GRANDSTAND, CHARTED RACES
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DEPARTMENT 13
CATTLE
Members: Scot Gerber (Chair), Mike Hacker, Josh Nickell
JACKPOT BEEF SHOW
Saturday, July 11, 2015 – 6:30 PM
ENTRIES:
DAY OF SHOW only
1:00 to 4:00 PM.
ENTRIES & FEES TO BE TAKEN AT WEIGH-IN
ALL PUREBRED ANIMALS MUST SHOW REGISTRATION PAPERS AT TIME OF ENTRY TO SHOW IN
PUREBRED CLASS.
ENTRY FEE: $25.00 per head
SHOW ORDER:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Feeder Heifers
Feeder Steers
Breeding Heifers
Market Steers and Heifers
All non Clinton County 4-H/FFA exhibitors must
pay general admission or buy season pass.
Out of state livestock must have health papers,
all others will follow Ohio Dept. of Agriculture
rules on health papers.
Stalls will be assigned.
Bedding will be furnished. NO STRAW.
All trailers must be parked in designated areas.
All grooming chutes will be in designated
grooming area, with no grooming chutes in the
barn unless for inclement weather.
Feeder calves will be shown by weight;
maximum weight 700 lb.
Heifers will be shown by breed unless there are
not three or more, then they will show in AOB
class or crossbreed class.
Heifers will show in alphabetical order then
crossbreeds.
Steers will show by weight except for breed
steers. (Breed steers class must have three in a
class for a class.)
Steers must be born after January 1, 2014 and
heifers born after September 1, 2013.
State of Ohio rules of ethics will apply.
Fairboard decisions are final.
Entries released immediately after show. All non
4-H/FFA exhibits must be removed from grounds
by midnight the day of show.
Violations of any of the above rules will result in
immediate forfeiture of premiums and awards as
well as barred from future competitions.
PAY BACK FEEDER HEiFERS CLASS
1st in each class
2nd in each class
1st overall champ
2nd overall res. champ
$25.00
$15.00
$100.00
$50.00
PAY BACK FEEDER STEERS CLASS
1st in each class
2nd in each class
1st overall champ
2nd overall res. champ
$25.00
$15.00
$100.00
$50.00
PAY BACK BREEDiNG HEiFERS CLASS 75% payback
40% of class entry fees
1st overall
25% of class entry fees
2nd overall
10% of class entry fees
3rd overall
PAY BACK MARKET STEERS CLASS 75% payback
st
40% of class entry fees
1 overall
25% of class entry fees
2nd overall
10% of class entry fees
3rd overall
*Any announcement or changes made day of show
take precedence.
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DEPARTMENT 14
SWINE
Members: Jeff Hartman (Chair), Dave Armstrong, Todd Sams
oPEN CRoSSBREED & PUREBRED
MARKET SHoW
Monday, July 13, 2015 – 8:30 AM
$15.00 per Head — To be taken at Weigh-in
Sunday July 12 only Weigh-in – 5:00 – 7:00 PM
*All hogs must be weighed to show.
All purebred animals must show registration papers at
time of entry to show in purebred class.
MARKET SHoW
PUREBRED DIVISION:
Classes will be divided on entries received.
CROSSBRED DIVISION:
Four weight divisions based on entries received
PREMIUMS
1st place in each class $15.00
2nd place in each class $10.00
Grand Champion $150.00
Reserve Grand Champion $100.00
All non Clinton County 4-H/FFA exhibitors must pay
general admission or buy season pass.
Pre-4-H Showmanship
Adult Showmanship
NO PENS ARE RESERVED BY ANYONE FOR OPEN
SHOW
Classes 4-5 years of age
Classes 6-8 years of age
Classes Adult
• Out of State livestock must have health papers, all
others will follow Ohio Department of Agriculture
rules on health papers.
• Pens, aisles, and adjacent areas are to be cleaned
daily or as needed.
• NO STRAW is to be used for bedding. Wood
shavings are the only acceptable bedding to be
used. No Exceptions.
• NO AUTOMATIC WATER TUBES/FIXTURES ARE
TO BE LEFT IN HOG PENS. Automatic watering
devices will be removed if left unattended.
• Feeders may be used if attached by PLASTIC TIES
ONLY. – NO WIRE.
• *All pens must be cleaned before any checks can
be picked up.*
• *Pens not cleaned will be charged a $50.00
cleaning fee, to be paid by exhibiter.*
• *Livestock waste and shavings are to be dumped
in manure pit, Not outside of pit.*
• Once livestock is unloaded, All trucks & trailers are
to be parked in designated area.
• Entries are released immediately after show.
• VIOLATIONS OF ANY OF THE ABOVE RULES
WILL RESULT IN IMMEDIATE FORFEITURE and/or
PREMIUMS AND AWARDS AS WELL AS BARRED
FROM FUTURE COMPETITIONS. ALL NON
4-H/FFA EXHIBITS MUST BE REMOVED FROM
GROUNDS BY 6 P.M. DAY OF SHOW.
• SENIOR FAIR HOG COMMITTEE DECISIONS ARE
FINAL.
• Entry Fee: $1.00
Sign-up: In Hog barn up to show time.
Time: Immediately after break of open swine show
on Monday, July 12, 2015.
• All exhibitors will receive participation ribbons
*Any announcement or changes made show day take
precedence.
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DEPARTMENT 15
SHEEP & GOATS
Members: Mike Hacker (Chair), Sherri Keller, Greta Gray
JACKPOT MARKET
LAMB SHOW
Monday, July 13, 2015
2.
Out of State Livestock must have
health papers.
3.
Lambs must be shorn, no butt wool.
4.
Must be slick shorn for show.
Immediately
following
the
4-H
Showmanship Approximately 6:00 PM.
5.
State of Ohio Rules of Ethics will
apply.
Entries & Weigh-In: Monday, July 13th
9:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m..
6.
Entries other than 4-H must show
from their trailers. NO PENS
AVAILABLE.
7.
Classes will be made up by
weights without regard to breed.
Number of classes will be based
upon entries received.
Entries & Fees to be taken at Weigh-In.
Show follows Sheep Showmanship
ENTRY FEE: $15.00 per head
Will be taken at Weigh-In
1.
All non Clinton County 4-H/FFA
exhibitors must pay general
admission or buy a season pass.
8.
Class Pay Back
50% of entry per each class
1st
20%
2nd
15%
3rd
10%
4th
5%
Grand Champion Pay Back
30% of each class will to toward
champion pay back
1st
70%
2nd
30%
All sheep must have an official
USDA Scrapie Tag before being
unloaded on the fairgrounds.
For Questions Call:
Mike Hacker 937-673-0496
Sherri Keller 740-606-2231
Greta Gray 937-763-6265
Senior Fair Board decisions are final. Entries released immediately after show.
Violations of any of the above rules will result in immediate forfeiture of premiums and awards as well as barred from future
competitions.
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OPEN GOAT SHOW
Friday, July 17, 2015 8:00 AM LEC
9.
Production Doe Classes. Junior Production Doe
under 1 year of age at time of show. Senior
Production Doe over 1 year of age at time of
show. Does shown in production class are not
eligible to show in market classes.
Entries & Weigh-in 7:00-7:30 AM
on the day of show.
10.
Full bloods and percentages will show together.
No restrictions on breed, or classifications.
All animals must be in place, with in 1 hour of show
starting the day of the show. Registration will be
$15.00 per animal. REGiSTRATioN CLoSES at 8:00
a.m., No EXCEPTioN.
11.
The show premiums will be based on number of
entrants. The scales for the show will be open
from 7:00-7:30 AM. the day of show. The scales
will close promptly when all goats in line have
been weighed NO EXCEPTIONS.
12.
Entrants are responsible for their own bedding.
Entrants MUST clean pen after show.
13.
Senior Fair Board decisions are final.
14.
Violations of any of the above rules will result in
immediate forfeiture of premiums and awards as
well as barred from future competitions.
Entry Fee - $15.00 to be taken at Weigh-in
1.
Clinton County 4-H members showing their 4-H
project may use their weigh-in slip from the 4-H
weigh-in for the open show.
2.
All non Clinton County 4-H/FFA exhibitors must
pay general admission or buy a season pass.
3.
Pen availability will be on first come basis.
4.
All animals must be healthy. No visible signs of
abscesses or other contagious diseases
(pinkeye, sore mouth, ringworm, etc.) will be
allowed. Any unhealthy or questionable animals
checked by the veterinarian will be at the
owner’s expense. The Clinton County Senior Fair
Board reserves the right to excuse any animal of
questionable health.
5.
All out of state animals must have health papers
(including recipient does) and proper tests
needed by the state of Ohio. All out of state
exhibitors must be at the fairgrounds at 8:00
a.m. (on day of show) to have health papers
checked by the veterinarian or they will not be
able to show, and will forfeit all entry fees. No
health papers are required for Ohio goats.
6.
All goats must comply with Ohio scrapie rules.
Questions: contact the Ohio State Veterinarian at
1-866-873-2824 or visit the following website:
www.aphis.usda.gov/animalhealth/animal
disease/scrapies.
7.
Goats must have proper scrapie ID as per Ohio
Rules.
8.
Does are eligible to show as a market animal.
Does must be clipped as a market goat, if shown
in market class.
Class Pay Back
50% of entry per each class
1st
20%
2nd
15%
3rd
10%
4th
5%
Grand Champion Pay Back
30% of each class will to toward champion pay back
1st
70%
2nd
30%
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Clinton County Fair Guys and Gals Sheep Lead Competition
Sunday, July 12, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. with check-in by 5:30 p.m.
For Contest Information Visit Our Website: clintoncountyfair.org
Also Like Our Facebook Page: facebook.com/clintoncountyfairground
Competition Contacts:
Mike Hacker
Sherri Keller
Greta Gray
937-673-0496
740-606-2231
937-763-6265
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Entry Fee: $10.00 - Cash, Check, and Money Orders are accepted. Please do not mail cash.
Entry Deadline: Entry Forms, Narrations, and Entry Fees are all due by Friday, July 3, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.
Entry Acceptance: By mail or at the Clinton County Fairgrounds Office. Office Phone: 937-382-4443
Attn: Sheep Lead, Clinton County Agricultural Society, 958 West Main Street, PO Box 29, Wilmington, OH 45177
Competition Information:
Entries in this class will be open to all guys and gals who have an interest in sheep or wool fashion. The object is
to present a class of sheep in the most attractive manner. Contestants are not required to reside in Clinton County.
Sheep do not have to be registered, they must be ewes or Junior Fair market project lambs, conditioned, fitted
and trained to show at halter. The contestants must be able to enter the ring and lead the animal without
assistance. Entrant does not have to have to own the sheep, but may be sponsored by another exhibitor. All Rules
for exhibiting Sheep at the Clinton County Fair pertain.
The entrant will be judged on the mode of dress selected, which must be attractive and lend elegance to the class.
The garment must be predominately wool, but does not have to be home sewn. All entrants must furnish their own
garments. The sheep may be decorated to coordinate with the contestant’s attire.
Sheep lead contestants must arrive during the official arrival & check-in times, Sunday evening, July 12, 2015 at
5:30 p.m. to be checked by the committee assigned vet and must have an official scrapie tag.
Point System for this contest will be as follows:
1.
2.
3.
Garment – Construction & Originality – 40 Points.
Poise & Appearance – 35 Points.
Control & Presentation of Animal – 25 Points.
Classes offered will be ages 3 through adult.
The Senior Fair Board reserves the right to divide the above classes after entries are received. Show orders will be
from oldest to youngest.
Changes may be made to your narration until July 12, 2015 at 5:30 p.m.
Information & entry blanks may be obtained at the Clinton County Agricultural Society Office.
Phone number 937-382-4443 or visiting our website at clintoncountyfair.org
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DEPARTMENT 16
RABBITS
Members: Kevin Bogan (Chair), Scott Milner, Vickie Wagner
Show Secretary and Superintendent: Vicki Bogan
Senior Division Show Judging
Monday July 13, 2015 – 9:00 AM
Exhibits in Place by
Saturday July 11, 2015 – 12:00 noon
Youth Division Show Judging
Thursday July 16, 2015 – 9:00 AM
Exhibits in Place by
Tuesday July 14, 2015 – 12:00 noon
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
SHOW RULES
Entries in the department are due by Friday, July 3,
2015 by 4:00 PM.
This show is sanctioned by the American Rabbit
Breeders Association and will be governed by the
latest revised show rules.
All exhibitors in this department (except Clinton
County 4-H members) must purchase a season pass.
Cost of these tickets are $25.00 each and must
accompany the entry blank.
ALL EXHIBITORS NOT COMPLYING WITH RULES
SET FORTH BY THE FAIRBOARD WILL NOT BE
PERMITTED TO SHOW AT FUTURE CLINTON
COUNTY FAIR SHOWS.
To obtain entry blanks for the (Open Show Senior or
Youth Division) send your request to Clinton County
Agricultural Society, PO Box 29, Wilmington, Ohio
45177.
1. Make all checks or money orders payable to the
Clinton County Agricultural Society, and mail a
copy of entry to Clinton County Agricultural
Society, PO Box 29, Wilmington, Ohio 45177.
2. All exhibitors must have their stock in the spaces
assigned no later than 12:00 noon, July 11, 2015.
See Show Secretary before putting stock in
spaces. No stock will be accepted before July
11, 2015 at 9:00 A.M.
3. All stock must be checked (in and out) by the
Superintendent in charge. All stock must remain
in assigned spaces until July 13, 2015 at 6:00
PM., for Senior Division Open Class only, unless
special arrangements are made with the
secretary at time stock is placed in spaces.
4. All stock must be permanently and legibly ear
marked before arrival at the show.
5. No express shipments will be accepted.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Each rabbit must be the bonafide property of the
exhibitor.
We reserve the right to refuse any entry that is
not deemed for the best interest of the show.
Positively no substitutions except in the same
breed, sex, color and class.
Senior judging will begin at 9:00 AM. July 13,
2015, by an A.R.B.A. judge, and or judges.
The Clinton County Agricultural Society will not
be responsible for the loss or damage of stock
during the show. However, precaution will be
taken to eliminate damages and mistakes in the
showroom and a competent watchman will be
provided day and night.
Absolutely no breeding on the grounds.
All exhibitors entering rabbits are required to pay
the following entry fees, which must accompany
the entry blanks.
Single Rabbit............................................$1.00
Meat Pen..................................................$1.00
Doe and Litter ..........................................$1.00
Fur Class..................................................$1.00
Entries in fur class must also be entered in the
regular class.
Rabbits entered in regular class cannot be
entered in the meat class.
Meat pen consists of three (3) rabbits weighing
three (3) pounds and not over five (5) pounds in
weight and not over 70 days old at time of show.
No best of breed or best opposite sex money will
be paid unless five (5) or more rabbits are in the
breed except breeds that are sweepstaked.
Ribbons will be awarded through 5th place.
Class money paid in senior and youth classes.
No award will be placed unless the judges feel
that the animal is worthy of such award.
No premium checks issued for less than $2.00.
No breeds sanctioned the following year unless
10 or more are shown the previous year.
No doe and litter classes in Senior Division
Show.
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GENERAL PREMIUMS
1
2-3
4-5
6-7
8-9
10-11
12-15
$3.00
$3.50
$4.50
$2.50
$2.50
$3.00
$3.50
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.50
$3.00
Largest Sr. Entry
Largest Clinton County Entry
Best Meat Pen
Best Colored Fur
Best White Fur
2nd Largest Sr. Entry
3rd Largest Sr. Entry
2nd Place Meat Pen
2nd Place Colored Fur
2nd Place White Fur
$1.50
$1.50
$1.50
$1.50
$2.00
$2.50
$1.50
$1.00
$ .50
$1.00
$1.00
$1.50
$2.00
$7.50
$5.00
$3.00
$2.00
$2.00
$5.00
$2.50
$2.00
$1.00
$1.00
Doe & Litter Classes Each Breed:
$2.00
1st
$1.00
2nd
$2.00 will be paid for Best of Breed and
$1.00 for Best Opposite on any Breed no listed, if 5 or
more are shown in the breed.
Senior Division open Class
American Federation of New Zealand Rabbit
Breeders Association
John Neff, Holder Lane
Geneva, FL 32732
Dues: Adult $12.00 – Renewal $10.00
Husband/Wife $14.00 – Renewal $12.00
Youth $10.00 – Renewal $5.00
Sanction Fees: $10.00 – OPEN, $6.00 – YOUTH
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
oFFiCiAL SWEEPSTAKES
Ohio State New Zealand Rabbit Breeders Assn.
Janellen Swartz, Secretary, PO Box 18,
Tontogany, OH 43565
Sanction Fees: $5.00
Dues: $5.00 Husband/Wife,
each additional family member $1.00
Sanction Fees: Youth $3.00
AMERiCAN DUTCH RABBiT CLUB
oFFiCiAL SWEEPSTAKES
Janet Bowers 3520 Baker Hwy
Olivet, MI 49076
Membership Fees: 1 year – Adult $15.00
Youth $13.00
Husband/Wife $19.00, Family $25.00
Canadians add $5.00 per year mailing fee
Foreign add $8.00 per year mailing fee
Sanction Fee: Open $12.00 – Youth $10.00
NO FEED FURNISHED. All local exhibitors are asked
to feed and care for their own stock. Out of town
exhibitors are to make arrangements for feeding stock
with the show secretary and superintendent at the
time the rabbits are caged. All cages must be cleaned
under prior to removal of animals. Premiums will be
held until cleaned.
oFFiCiAL A.R.B.A. SANCTioNED SHoW
Eric Stewart, Secretary – PO Box 425,
Bloomington, IL 61701
Sr. Sanction Fee: $10.00
Youth Sanction Fee: $5.00
Membership Fee: 1 year $10.00 – 3 years $25.00
Combination Husband/Wife 1 year $13.00
3 years $35.00
Youth Dues: 1 year $5.00 – 3 years $13.00
(For Each Youth) (9-18)
$5.00
$1.00
$1.00
$2.50
$1.00
$1.00
Same money to be paid of Red, White, and Black of
Breed
Don’t Forget the NATIONAL A.R.B.A. CONVENTION
will be held in Portland, Oregon, October 31, 2015 thru
November 4, 2015.
No TRoPHiES AWARDED unless there are 10 or
more in the breed.
of Breed
Senior
Junior
Opposite Sex
6–8
Pre-Junior
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
Best
of Breed
Black
Choc
Gray
Senior
Opposite Sex
Blue
Tortoise
Steel
Junior
$5.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$2.50
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
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Youth Division open Class
official A.R.B.A. Youth Sanctioned Show
Eric Stewart, Secretary – Box 426,
Bloomington, IL 61701
Sanction Fee: $5.00
Membership Fees: 1 year $5.00 – 3 years $13.00
Youth Show Secretary: Rebekah Bogan
Any youth under the age of 18 may compete in this
division, as long as he or she can handle their own
animal. Any violation of this rule will result in
elimination of animal. This division is governed by the
same rules as the senior division, as set by the
A.R.B.A.
Each youth is responsible for putting his/her own
stock on the show table.
All youth rabbits must be checked in on Tuesday July
14, 2015 from 9:00 AM till 12:00 noon and must
remain until 9:00 AM., July 18, 2015.
ALL RABBITS MUST BE REMOVED BY 12:00 NOON
SATURDAY, July 18, 2015. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Single Rabbit
Best Meat Pen
Doe and Litter
Fur
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
All rabbits entered in Fur Class must be entered in
regular class. Youth must feed and water their rabbits.
NO FEED FURNISHED.
Judging will begin at
9:00 AM, Thursday, July 16, 2015
ALL BREEDS PAID AS FOLLOWS:
SECTioN 52:
Youth exhibitors may enter sanctioned youth shows
between the ages of five (5) and eighteen (18) years.
An adult cannot show in youth classes at any time.
Youth exhibitors must be able to handle their own
animals. If stated in the show catalog, all youth entries
must be carried by youth.
Best of Breed
First in Each Class
Best Opposite Sex
Second in Each Class
$3.00
$1.00
$1.50
$ .50
MEAT PEN
First Place
Second Place
Third Place
$3.00
$2.00
$1.00
LARGEST YOUTH ENTRY
First Place
Second Place
Third Place
190 Owens Avenue • Wilmington Ohio
$3.00
$2.00
$1.00
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A . R . B. A . O F F IC I A L
Entry No. __________
SHOW ENTRY and REPORT
Date of Show _______________
Exhibitor(s)/Owner(s) _______________________________________________________________________________________
PERSONAL NAME(S ) REQUIRED
Rabbitry Name (Optional ) ____________________________________________________ARBA #__________________________
Address __________________________________________________________________Phone: ___________________________
City ______________________________________________________________ State _________ Zip ______________________
Do you desire ribbons, if applicable? Yes _____ No_____
Are you a member of ARBA? YES _____ NO _____
Breed and Variety
Ear
Number
Display Awards ______________________________
For Secretary s Use Only
Class & Sex
Entry
Fee
No. in
class
Total
Entry Fee _________
Placement
Points
Total
Points __________
Sponsoring Club ___________________________________________________________________________________
Show Location ____________________________________________________________________________________
Show Secretary ____________________________________________________________________________________
Cash
Specials
Total
Premiums __________
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DEPARTMENT 17
TRACTOR & TRUCK PULLS
Members: John Fankhauser (Chair), Scott Milner, Josh Nickell
Infield Parking Passes $25.00 per day – Announcements made day of event takes precedence.
Registration must be made as soon as pullers arrive at fairgrounds. Pullers must be registered at least one
half-hour prior to start of class. Pullers are asked to respect start times and be ready to go!
The Clinton County Agricultural Society and its members will not be responsible for accidents or
damage to trucks, tractors, drivers, or spectators.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 – 7:00 PM
(Pull order is tentative)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5200
6200
6000
8500
Single Engine Modified Tractors - (OMTPA CLUB PULL)
Natural Super Stock - (COATPA)
V-8 Hot Rod Tractors - (COATPA)
Light Pro Stock Tractors - (COATPA)
CoATPA Purse
3 classes
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
oMTPA
Purse
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
1,600
$300
$250
$200
$175
$150
$130
$120
$105
$90
$80
1,500
$300
$250
$200
$150
$100
$100
$100
$100
$100
$100
Thursday, July 16, 2015 – 7:00 PM
(Pull order is tentative)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7800
6200
6500
6350
8000
2.5 diesel 4WD Trucks - (COTPC)
cheater gas 4WD Trucks - (COTPC)
Pro Gas 4WD Trucks - (COTPC)
Modified 4WD Trucks - (COTPC)
2.6 diesel 4WD Trucks - (COTPC)
4 x 4 Gas and Diesel truck payouts
6500 gas &
2.6 diesel Tk
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
Purse
1,100
$300
$250
$190
$120
$70
$50
$40
$30
$25
$25
6350 Mod
Gas
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
Purse
1,200
$400
$300
$200
$100
$75
$50
$25
$25
$25
6200 gas &
2.5 diesel Tk
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
Purse
1,050
$300
$250
$175
$100
$75
$50
$25
$25
$25
$25
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Friday, July 17, 2015 – 7:00 PM
(Pull order is tentative)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5200 Single Engine Modified Tractor - (OMTPA-OPEN PULL)
9,500 Hot Farm - (Darke CO rules)
6500 Multi Engine Modified Tractor - (OMTPA)
20,000 Street Semi’s
oMTPA
Purse
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
1,500
$300
$250
$200
$150
$100
$100
$100
$100
$100
$100
Street Semi
Purse
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
1,200
$400
$300
$200
$100
$75
$50
$25
$25
$25
Hot Farm
Purse
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
9th
10th
1,500
$300
$250
$200
$150
$120
$110
$100
$100
$90
$80
20,000lb Street Semi Class Rules
1.
2.
3.
4.
20” Draw Bar, Max-Bring your own drawbar
No NOS or Water allowed
Must have DOT Street tires
Must have legal registration
9,500 Hot Farm Class Rules =
http://dctpa.com/about-us/rulesregulations.html)
Be An Active Member
Be an active member,
The kind that would be missed;
Don’t be just contented
That your name is on the list.
Do attend the meetings
And mingle with the crowd;
Don’t stay at home
And crab both long and loud.
Don’t leave the work for just a few
And gripe about the clique
And take time out to visit
A member who is sick.
Ohio’s Hands-On ag program.
wilmington.edu
There is quite a program scheduled
That means success, if done
And it can be accomplished
With the help of everyone.
So attend the meetings regularly
And help with hand and heart,
Be an active member
And take an active part.
Think it over, Member
Are we right or are we wrong?
Be an active member,
Please don’t just belong.
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Saturday July 18, 2015 7:00 PM
NTPA REGioNAL NATioNAL
TRUCK & TRACToR PULL
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2015 - 9:00 AM
1. Southwest Ohio Garden Tractor Pull
(Track 2 Pit Side)
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 2015 - 9:00 AM
1. Antique/Pure Farm Stock Tractor Pull
(Track 1 Grandstand Side)
a. 5500 lb - 3 MPH - 15.5 x 38 tires
b. 7500 lb - 3 MPH - 15.5 x 38 tires
c. 9500 lb - 3 MPH - 18.4 x 38 tires
d. 11,500 lb - 3 MPH - 18.4 x 38 tires
RULES
1. NO AFTERMARKET TURBOS
2. 3 MPH SPEED LIMIT
3. NO CUT TIRES
One of the largest 1 day National Regional
Events of the season!
1. 2050 lb Modified Mini Tractors– Franklin Equipment
Shootout Series
2. 9300 Super Farm Diesel Tractors – Pro National
3. 6200 lb 2 WD Super Modified Trucks– Franklin
Equipment Shootout Series
4. 8500 lb light Pro ST – Franklin Equipment Shootout
Series
Contacts:
Clinton County Fair Board Pull Committee Chairman
John Fankhauser 513-403-7155
Day of pull 937-382-4443
4. $10.00 ENTRY FEE
5. 20 INCH DRAWBAR
6. MUST HAVE ORIGINAL ENGINE FOR THAT
MODEL OF TRACTOR
OMTPA Club – Brad Harper 927-603-0447
COTPC Truck Club – Bridgett, 740-837-3341
Dennis, 740-837-0582
7. TROPHIES FOR 1ST & 2ND PLACE
8. MUST HAVE ORIGINAL SHEET METAL
9. NO SIDE PANELS
COATPA Club - Mike Butcher - 937-645-7657
Joe Cronkleton - 937-355-5251
10. CLASS QUESTIONS: Greg TAYLOR 937-725-0747
Antique Tractors – Gregg Taylor
(937) 584-2904 Cell (937) 725-0747
Saturday July 18, 2015 11:30 AM
Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull
In front of the Grandstand
Open to the world!
Garden Tractors – Shae Schneider 937-604-1054
3 age groups
Sign up at 11:30 in front of Grandstand
Pedal Pull starts at 12:00 noon!
Class 1. Ages 3-4 year olds
Class 2. Ages 5-6 year olds
Class 3. Ages 7-8 year olds
Prizes will be awarded
CLINTON COUNTY FAIR TRACTOR PULL
CHAIRMAN – JOHN FANKHAUSER 513-403-7155
The Clinton County Agricultural Society will not be
responsible for accidents or damage to trucks,
tractors, drivers, or spectators or theft of property
from grounds.
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DEPARTMENT 19
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
Members: Scot Gerber (Chair), Dave Armstrong, Todd Sams, Josh Nickell
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2015 OHIO AGRICULTURAL FAIR SCHEDULE
Ohio State Fair (Columbus) July 29-August 9
Country Fair & Location
Dates
County Fair & Location
Dates
Adams County Fair (West Union)
Allen County Fair (Lima)
Ashland County Fair (Ashland)
Ashtabula County Fair (Jefferson)
Athens County Fair (Athens)
Auglaize County Fair (Wapakoneta)
Belmont County Fair (St. Clairsville)
Brown County Fair (Georgetown)
Butler County Fair (Hamilton)
Carroll County Fair (Carrolton)
Champaign County Fair (Urbana)
Clark County Fair (Springfield)
Clermont County Fair (Owensville)
Clinton County Fair (Wilmington)
Columbiana County Fair (Lisbon)
Coshocton County Fair (Coshocton)
Crawford County Fair (Bucyrus)
Cuyahoga County Fair (Berea)
Darke County Fair (Greenville)
Defiance County Fair (Hicksville)
Delaware County Fair (Delaware)
Erie County Fair (Sandusky)
Fairfield County Fair (Lancaster)
Fayette County Fair (Washington C.H.)
Franklin County Fair (Hilliard)
Fulton County Fair (Wauseon)
Gallia County Fair (Gallipolis)
Geauga County Fair (Burton)
Greene County Fair (Xenia)
Guernsey County Fair (Old Washington)
Hamilton County Fair (Carthage)
Hancock County Fair (Findlay)
Hardin County Fair (Kenton)
Harrison County Fair (Cadiz)
Henry County Fair (Napoleon)
Highland County Fair (Hillsboro)
Hocking County Fair (Logan)
Holmes County Fair (Millersburg)
Huron County Fair (Norwalk)
Jackson County Fair (Wellston)
Jefferson County Fair (Smithfield)
Knox County Fair (Mt. Vernon)
Lake County Fair (Painesville)
Lawrence County Fair (Proctorville)
Logan County Fair (Bellefontaine)
Lorain County Fair (Wellington)
Lucas County Fair (Maumee)
Madison County Fair (London)
Mahoning County Fair (Canfield)
Marion County Fair (Marion)
July 12-18
Aug 21-29
Sept 20-26
Aug 11-16
Aug 7-15
Aug 2-8
Sept 8-13
Sept 28-Oct 3
July 26-Aug 1
July 21-26
Aug 7-14
July 24-31
July 26-Aug 1
July 11-18
Aug 3-9
Oct 2-8
July 19-25
Aug 10-16
Aug 21-29
Aug 22-29
Sept 19-26
Aug 11-16
Oct 11-17
July 20-25
July 18-25
Sept 4-10
Aug 3-8
Sept 3-7
Aug 2-8
Sept 14-19
Aug 5-9
Sept 2-7
Sept 8-13
July 6-11
Aug 14-20
Sept 5-12
Sept 9-14
Aug 10-15
Aug 17-22
July 17-25
Aug 18-23
July 25-Aug 1
Aug 18-23
July 12-18
July 13-18
Aug 24-30
July 14-19
July 11-18
Sept 2-7
June 29-July 4
Medina County Fair (Medina)
Meigs County Fair (Pomeroy)
Mercer County Fair (Celina)
Miami County Fair (Troy)
Monroe County Fair (Woodsfield)
Montgomery County Fair (Dayton)
Morgan County Fair (McConnelsville)
Morrow County Fair (Mt. Gilead)
Muskingum County Fair (Zanesville)
Noble County Fair (Caldwell)
Ottawa County Fair (Oak Harbor)
Paulding County Fair (Paulding)
Perry County Fair (New Lexington)
Pickaway County Fair (Circleville)
Pike County Fair (Piketon)
Portage County Fair (Randolph)
Preble County Fair (Easton)
Putnam County Fair (Ottawa)
Richland County Fair (Mansfield)
Ross County Fair (Chillicothe)
Sandusky County Fair (Fremont)
Scioto County Fair (Lucasville)
Seneca County Fair (Tiffin)
Shelby County Fair (Sidney)
Stark County Fair (Canton)
Summit County Fair (Tallmadge)
Trumbull County Fair (Cortland)
Tuscarawas County Fair (Dover)
Union County Fair (Maysville)
Van Wert County Fair (Van Wert)
Vinton County Fair (McArthur)
Warren County Fair (Lebanon)
Washington County Fair (Marietta)
Wayne County Fair (Wooster)
Williams County Fair (Montpelier)
Wood County Fair (Bowling Green)
Wyandot County Fair (Upper Sandusky)
Aug 3-9
Aug 17-22
Aug 14-20
Aug 14-20
Aug 24-29
Sept 2-7
Sept 8-12
Aug 31-Sept 7
Aug 16-22
Aug 31-Sept 5
July 20-26
June 8-13
July 20-25
June 22-27
July 31-Aug 8
Aug 25-30
Aug 1-8
June 22-27
Aug 9-15
Aug 8-15
Aug 25-30
Aug 10-15
July 27-Aug 2
July 26-Aug 1
Sept 1-7
July 28-Aug 2
July 14-19
Sept 21-27
July 26-Aug 1
Sept 2-7
July 27-Aug 1
July 20-25
Sept 5-8
Sept 12-17
Sept 12-19
Aug 3-10
Sept 15-20
INDEPENDENT AGRICULTURAL FAIRS
Fair & County
Dates
Albany Independent Fair (Athens)
Attica Independent Fair (Seneca)
Barlow Independent Fair (Washington)
Bellville Independent Fair (Richland)
Hartford Independent Fair (Licking)
Loudonville Independent Fair (Ashland)
Richwood Independent Fair (Union)
Sept 9-13
Aug 11-15
Sept 24-27
Sept 16-19
Aug 9-15
Oct 6-10
Sept 2-7
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ENTRY BLANK FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS
Exhibitor’s Entry Book Number
Exhibitor’s Name
Social Security Number
Address
City
Telephone Number:
Department
Home
Division Section
State
Zip
Work
Class
State clearly the name of each article, and use
the exact language of the book.
Date
Total Entry Fees
Exhibitor Ticket Number
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Receipt Number
Total Collected
Fee
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FAIR NOTES AND SHOW RESULTS
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